SCMS visited Swainsboro March 6 for a non-region doubleheader. On this date, it was a tale of two very different games.
Game 1 featured only six scattered hits and inconsistent pitching by the Gamecocks resulting in a 12-1 loss.
The number of the year may have changed, but the mission remains the same.
The United Way of Screven County will continue to accept donations and pledges this month as it edges closer to its goal of $95,000. Contact the United Way office at 564-5770.
The Screven County Chamber of Commerce, Screven County Extension Service and the Screven County Young Farmers are sponsoring the Screven County Farm Tour Sept. 15.
The tour organizers are Ray Hicks, County Extension Coordinator, Screven County Extension Service and John Mark Counts, Regional Vice President, Ag South Farm Credit and Chamber of Commerce Agri-Business Chairman. The tour includes the following topics: Silage and Feed Alternatives, Cotton Varity Trial, Pesticide Container Disposal, Farm Programs, and Pasture Weed Identification and Control.
The Screven County Mite Boys Team finished fourth in Blackshear in the state tournament won by
District champ Midgets at state
The district champion Screven County Midget Boys hope to continue their winning ways at the county recreation department complex during the state tournament that began Wednesday evening.
Informational assistance is available for Screven Countians whose wages have been cut during these woeful economic times.
The Sylvania Telephone claimed six Georgia Press Association awards at the annual banquet on the
A local man has been charged with possession of meth and trafficking the drug after he was apprehended early Wednesday morning.
Sgt. Marty Martinez and Cpl. Ken Kelley received information on Wednesday at approximately 1 a.m., from a concerned citizen of a suspicious vehicle on Sassertown Road near the Woodcliff community.