Douglas-Coffee Drug Unit member Michael Vickers (left) is pictured above with a member of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Southeastern Regional Drug Enforcement Office during Wednesday morning’s sting operation that netted seven total arrests. All arrested face federal drug trafficking and weapons charges.

SGSC Interim President Dr. Ingrid Thompson-Sellers (left) and South Georgia State College Foundation President Shane Shook (right) are pictured above presenting Douglas’ own Sharnae Pegues (center) with a $2,000 scholarship after she was recently named the Youth of the Year for not only the Coffee County Boys and Girls Club, but the Youth of the Year for the entire State of Georgia.

Coffee High School held their annual Honors Night Ceremony at the CHS Auditirum, where approximately 70 soon-to-be Honor Graduates were recognized and presented with their sashes and tassels. The 2017 graduation ceremony will be held at Jardine Stadium on Saturday, May 20

News Stories

Douglas-Coffee Drug Unit member Michael Vickers (left) is pictured above with a member of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Southeastern Regional Drug Enforcement Office during Wednesday morning’s sting operation that netted seven total arrests. All arrested face federal drug trafficking and weapons charges.

A two-year drug trafficking investigation in Coffee County culminated on Wednesday, April 26, with the arrests of seven men on numerous federal charges, and one wanted man is still at large.

The Citizens Christian Academy Patriot baseball team have won their first Region 2-AA Championship since 2010 after finishing a perfect 8-0 in region play.

The Citizens Christian Academy Patriot baseball team have won their first Region 2-AA Championship since 2010 after finishing a perfect 8-0 in region play.

Editor's Picks

Sports

The Citizens Christian Academy Patriot baseball team have won their first Region 2-AA Championship since 2010 after finishing a perfect 8-0 in region play.

The Citizens Christian Academy Patriot baseball team have won their first Region 2-AA Championship since 2010 after finishing a perfect 8-0 in region play.

The Coffee High School Athletic Department revealed the 2017 Trojan football schedule earlier this week, and it’s very similar to last year’s slate of games.

Obituaries

Lamar Talmadge Jackson, 79, of Tifton passed away Sunday, March 26, 2017, at Tift Regional Medical Center. His funeral service was held at 11:00 a.m.

Mrs. Lorene “Tince” Wright, age 91, of Douglas, Ga., passed away late Monday evening, March 20, 2017, at Shady Acres Health & Rehabilitation following an extended illness.

Mrs. Roselyn Hall Williams, age 90, of Douglas, Georgia, passed away on Sunday, March 26, 2017, at home following a brief illness. She was born on January 10, 1927.

The Douglas Enterprise

P.O. Box 750
Douglas, Georgia 31534

Phone: (912) 384-2323
Fax: (912) 383-0218