Stephens Co. BOE To Meet Tonight

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The Stephens County Board of Education will meet later today for a regularly scheduled meeting. During today’s meeting, the school board may consider adding more days back into the 2015-2016 school calendar in the second semester. Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey said he feels comfortable recommending that pending some final numbers on state funding that he was finalizing last […]

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Fire At Clayton Business Under Investigation

By Taylor Jones, WRBN Radio, Clayton The investigation is ongoing into what caused a fire at a Clayton business on Monday morning. Multiple units reported to a fire at Mama G’s Italian Restaurant on U.S. Highway 441 in Clayton Monday morning. Rabun County Chief of Fire Daniel Johnson says that the fire was first reported at 7:52 a.m. On Monday […]

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Habersham Co. Has New GED Location

Residents of Habersham County now have another place to earn their GED and prepare for college or the workforce. North Georgia Technical College has teamed up with Goodwill to offer afternoon GED Preparation classes at the new state of the art Goodwill Career Center in Cornelia. Students will have the opportunity to go to class Monday through Thursday from 12:00 […]

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Local Church Gets Grant

A Toccoa church receives a grant to assist in a sabbatical for its pastor. St. Matthias Episcopal Church has received a grant of $45,600 to enable its minister, the Very Rev. Mary R.H. Demmler, to participate in the 2015 National Clergy Renewal Program. The Lilly Endowment, Inc. funds the grant and it is administered by the Christian Theological Seminary in […]

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Vandiver Wins Margaret Ayers Award

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The Toccoa Clinic and the Northeast Georgia Medical Associates chooses former First Lady of Georgia Betty Vandiver as their 2015 recipient of the Margaret Ayers Award for Civic Health. The Margaret Ayers Award for Civic Health is in its 12th year and is named for Margaret Ayers, longtime civic activist, former first lady of Lavonia, and career banker. The award […]

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DOT Honors Employee With Community Service Award

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A Georgia Department of Transportation employee once involved on a Stephens County road project is the winner of an award from the agency. Georgia DOT Commissioner Russell McMurry recently announced that Natasha Davis was honored at this year’s District Employee Appreciation Day with the 2015 State Community Service Award for her personal dedication to improve her community and the engineering […]

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Indians Move to 4-0 in Region 8-AAAA

The Stephens County Indians remain unbeaten in Region 8-AAAA football play. Friday at the Reservation, Stephens County used 20 second quarter points to jump out on the way to a 40-21 win over Chestatee. Stephens County got on the board first with a 17-yard touchdown run by Jackson Bell to make it 6-0. Chestatee took its only lead at 7-6 […]

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Update on Schools Central Office Move

The Stephens County school system is still on track to move its central offices in the coming weeks. Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey updated the Stephens County Board of Education on the move plans at its work session and called meeting on Thursday. Dorsey said that they are on schedule for moving to the old Big A School Building […]

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