Sheriff Richard Foskey reports that Edward Jones Herrin was arrested on Thursday, April 16 by the Ware County Sheriff’s Office. Edward Herrin had escaped from the Bacon County Jail on April 8th during shift change. Inmate Herrin wasn’t noticed to be missing until April 10, in the early morning hours. A tip provided by an off duty jailer led to a head count that showed Herrin missing.
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Plans are in the final stages for the Grand Opening of the Alma Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market May 13.
The historic day for Alma will begin early, at 7:30 am. With the doors opening as soon as official festivities are complete.
In addition to both Wal-Mart and local officials on hand, the Bacon County High School Marching axley Store, April 1 from 9 a.m. until noon and then 1-5 in the afternoon. Candidates chosen for interviews will be called back in on a later date.
left to right(Titan), Danny Horton, Vice President, Kristin Adams, CFO, Michael Wiggins, CEO, (Coach), Justin Morris, Sales Manager, Drew Adams, Purchasing Director. Wiggins was presented a Raider helmet in thanks for equipment building.
Bacon County High School hosts Business After Hours
These ladies were a part of those who attended and enjoyed the event held last Thursday at BCHS. L-r Cherry Rewis, Bacon County Development Authority, Trudy Greenway, Bacon County School System Central Offie, Jana Merritt, Bacon County School School System Central Office, Debra Roberts, Bacon County High School Teacher and FBLA Leaders and FBLA members Araceli Landaverde and Brooke Wade.
Jacob Holton, freshman and one of Bacon's list of power hitters takes a swing during the Raiders win over the McIntosh Academy Buc last week on their home field. See Red Raider Baseball Page for a complete update on the season.
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