Conveniently located on Glynn Avenue in Quitman is a charming bed & breakfast named Fleming House Inn & Cottage.
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The Enterprise Bulldogs Varsity football team played a non-conference game against Scott Central. It was a rainy Friday night lights with a defeat of the bulldogs. The rebels made several touchdowns. A couple of fumbles on the play by the bulldogs and turnovers were made.
• Stacy D. Johnson, 24, bm, arrested by CCSD for possession of marijuana with intent to sell, convicted felon with firearm, false information to police.
• Anthony Sean Reynolds, 43, wm, arrested by CCSD for child molestation, hold for GBI.
CAR SHOW: The Clarke County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a Car and Truck Show at the Annual Forestry & Wildlife Festival. In addition to the many other activities all day at Archusa Water Park.
Clarke County Emergency Management would like to invite all churches to their first Mass Care Task Force meeting to be held August 28, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will be held at Quitman First Baptist Church, 411 East Franklin Street in Quitman and is being hosted by the
Quitman High School has added Volleyball to their sports curriculum this year. The Panther Volleyball team won their first game ever August 16 against Northeast Jones. This was their third game to play.
Law enforcement responded to a call on County Road 374 in reference to a domestic disturbance last week. Upon arrival, the agents made contact with Stacy D. Johnson.
Derrion Shaw, Boneisha Gordon, Heavin McCrae, Ashati Pruitt, Dominic Johnson, Davia Laphand, Christasia Mitchell, and Victoria Connor represented Quitman High School JROTC at Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, MS during the first week of June.
The Enterprise Bulldogs headed to Quitman to face the Panthers for the first time in years to start their season in jamboree Friday, August 10th.
Great potential coming from seniors #42, Zach Kyle and #9, Braxton Glebe.