Premium Peanut President and CEO Karl Zimmer is pictured above after the recent announcement that Premium Peanut will be expanding with a filtered crude peanut oil facility. The investment is approximately $14 million and will lead to 80 jobs over the next 12 months. Operations to produce peanut oil will begin in early 2018.

Former South Georgia State College basketball standout and now Troy Trojan Daniel Peace became the first-ever SGSC player to participate in the NCAA March Madness Championship Tournament. Peace and his Troy team took on the mighty Duke Blue Devils on Friday night.

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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church To Celebrate Rev. Trevino Simpson and First Lady Lakeshia Simpson with their Pastor’s 6th Anniversary, on March 21-23, and 26, 2017.

Elizabeth and Brandon Burnam

Brand Life presents PAGA GATHERING a night of worship and healing on Saturday, March 18, 2017, at the Martin Centre, located at 109 East Ashley Street, Douglas, Ga., 31533.

Reverend Doug Walker, pastor of the DFUMC, spoke about the contributions of those educators who passed during the previous year.

CAREA met on Thursday, March 8, 2017, at the Douglas First United Methodist Church.

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Coffee High’s Will Spivey was the low medalist at the Neil Graham Trojan Invitational this past weekend at the Douglas Golf and Country Club, firing an impressi

Coffee High Trojan football players Demetrius Davis, Y’Darius Baker, Max Hughes and Undray Heller signed letters of intent on Wednesday morning, February 1, to play football at the collegiate level. Davis is headed to Carson-Newman University, Baker and Hughes will attend Valdosta State University, and Heller will suit up for the Albany State Rams. –Photo by Walter Jardine, Enterprise Sports Editor   

Four Coffee High Trojan senior football players signed national letters of intent to continue their playing careers at the collegiate level on Wednesday morning, Februa


Mrs. Annie Lee Pope, age 99, of Douglas, Ga., passed away on Monday, March 13, 2017, at her residence following an extended illness.

Mr. Cleveland White, age 76, of Douglas, Ga., passed away on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at Coffee Regional Medical Center following an extended illness.

Mr. John D. Waters, age 70, of West Green, Ga., passed away on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at Bacon County Hospital following a brief illness.

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