News Stories

Dr. Noel Chua walked out of the Camden County jail a free man on Monday afternoon.

A house fire early this morning claimed the lives of a woman and a young boy near Woodbine. A second woman escaped the blaze.

Due to potential issues with distributing the printed paper on Thursday, Sept. 14, we are making Thursday's e-edition free on our website.

Sports

In 1983 and 1984, J.C. Outlaw's first five games as the voice of Camden County High football didn't go so hot. The Wildcats lost all five.

The Wildcats put up nearly 450 yards of total offense and never trailed last Friday in tripping visiting Fitzgerald, 24-21 and claiming their second triumph.

The Wildcat boys cross-country squad won its second straight meet and the girls sped to first place last Saturday at the Pirate Trail Run in Brunswick.

Obituaries

Minnie Lee Cowart, 84, of St. Marys passed away Sept. 12, 2017, at South Georgia Health System, Brunswick Campus, following a lengthy illness.

Rutha Mae Morris, 96, of Kingsland was ushered peacefully by the heavenly angels into the glorious heavenly realm on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, at Southeast Georgia Health System, Camden Campus.

Mark Arthur Grady, 57, of Kingsland passed away Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, at Southeast Georgia Health System, Camden Campus.

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