Julie Phillips was elected to serve as the new Chief Magistrate Judge on Tuesday, July 27, 2016, during a runoff against incumbent Annemarie Fussell. Phillips won the election with 2,269 votes to Fussell’s 1,348 votes. Pictured (L-R): Frank Jackson, Rob Smith, Jackie Bailey, and Julie Phillips

Coffee Middle School Technology Student Association Members Leana Atkinson (left) and Samina Patel (right) recently competed at the National Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference and took home a national championship win. The team placed first in Biotechnology with their Gene Therapy Research and Presentation.
 

Universal Leaf Tobacco Market kicked off the 2016 season, their fourth in Douglas and Coffee County, with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, July 27, at their Pope Drive location. George Scott and his team at Universal Leaf announced that they are excited about this year’s crop and happy to be back in Coffee County for another season. –Photo by Kristen Kitchens, Enterprise Staff Writer 

Julie Phillips was elected to serve as the new Chief Magistrate Judge on Tuesday, July 27, 2016, during a runoff against incumbent Annemarie Fussell. Phillips won the election with 2,269 votes to Fussell’s 1,348 votes. Pictured (L-R): Frank Jackson, Rob Smith, Jackie Bailey, and Julie Phillips

The Douglas Golf and Country Club 

Coffee Middle School Technology Student Association Members Leana Atkinson (left) and Samina Patel (right) recently competed at the National Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference and took home a national championship win. The team placed first in Biotechnology with their Gene Therapy Research and Presentation.
 

Universal Leaf Tobacco Market kicked off the 2016 season, their fourth in Douglas and Coffee County, with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, July 27, at their Pope Drive location. George Scott and his team at Universal Leaf announced that they are excited about this year’s crop and happy to be back in Coffee County for another season. –Photo by Kristen Kitchens, Enterprise Staff Writer 

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Douglas Rotary welcomes Tonia Guthrie as new President this month.Tonia serves as the Chief Financial Officer at Douglas National Bank. She has two kids, Jared and Amber. Her husband Chad is also a Rotarian. -Submitted by Keith Newell, Rotarian

Julie Phillips was elected to serve as the new Chief Magistrate Judge on Tuesday, July 27, 2016, during a runoff against incumbent Annemarie Fussell. Phillips won the election with 2,269 votes to Fussell’s 1,348 votes. Pictured (L-R): Frank Jackson, Rob Smith, Jackie Bailey, and Julie Phillips

The Douglas Golf and Country Club 

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Pictured for the Sparks (Front row, L to R): Aliyah Hardemon, Madison Perez, Janiah Ellis, Trinity Jones, Nyja Carson, Sakendra Paulk and Janiah White; (Back row, L to R): Jayla Cody, Xiona Hill, Essence Cody and Brianna Pope

On July 18-20 CCA hosted an Elementary Basketball Camp which was attended by over 50 boys and girls.

Obituaries

Mrs. Sandra Kay Cothern Chybicki, 57
 
Mrs. Sandra Kay Cothern Chybicki, age 57, of Denton, Ga., passed away on Saturday, July 23, 2016, at Coffee Regional Medical Center. 
Mr. Robert  “Shayne” Sinquefield, Sr., age 55, of Douglas, GA, passed away on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at Coffee Regional Medical Center following a sudden illness. 
Mrs. Shirley Ann Raper Luke, age 67, of Nicholls, GA, passed away Tuesday morning, July 19, 2016, at Coffee Regional Medical Center following an extended illness.   

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