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Schools delayed in re-opening

Schools delayed in re-opening

Rain hampers travel flooding some roads

Brantley County schools are expected to reopen Thursday after rains spawned from Winter Storm Uri hit the area on Valentine’s Day.
With many ditches still holding water from the previous winter storm, Tabitha, ditches are now overflowing into roads making travel in the county treacherous.

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BCHS netters sweep Tattnall

BCHS netters sweep Tattnall

Staff Report
REIDSVILLE — Brantley County’s tennis programs opened Region 1-AAA play with a sweep here of Tattnall County.
The Lady Herons (2-1 overall, 1-0 region) rolled to a 4-1 victory Tuesday, February 16. The Herons (3-0 overall, 1-0 region) had no problem recording a 5-0 win.
Brantley County face a pair of Class 6A schools this week starting Tuesday, February 23 against Brunswick and ending Thursday, February 25 against Richmond Hill.

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