Some GDOT Projects Delayed Due to Federal Funding

Projects from Franklin and Habersham counties are among those affected by an announcement from the Georgia Department of Transportation that it is delaying a number of projects due to federal funding uncertainty. Last week, the Georgia DOT announced that the agency is unable to release federally-funded projects for bids in December due to federal funding uncertainty. The 34 delayed projects, […]

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County Comments On Election Case Dismissal

Stephens County Attorney Brian Ranck says that the county anticipated the dismissal outcome last week regarding an investigation by the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office. Last week, the State Election Board has dismissed the case against Stephens County regarding its combining the Registrar’s Office and the Probate Court’s office. The Secretary of State’s office had been investigating Stephens County’s decision […]

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Toccoa Gets Visit from Historic DC-3

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A historic plane visits Stephens County. Thursday, a 1930’s-era DC-3 airplane landed for a stop at the Toccoa-Stephens County Airport. The plane belongs to a non-profit foundation that receives support and hanger space for the plane from American Airlines, to whom this plane once belonged. Gene Christian was in charge of the plane. He said they brought it through Toccoa […]

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Indians Host Madison Co. in Football Tonight

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The Stephens County Indians will look to move to 5-0 on Fall Sports Senior Night tonight at the Reservation. Madison County will visit Toccoa for a Region 8-AAAA football contest this evening. Stephens County enters the game with a 6-1 overall record and a region record of 4-0 after beating Chestatee last week, 40-21. Meanwhile, the Red Raiders will travel […]

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Clayton Business Fire Ruled Accidental

By Taylor Jones, WRBN Radio, Clayton Investigators said that Monday’s fire at a Clayton business was accidental. Clayton City Marshal Scott Crane said that the fire at Mama G’s Italian Restaurant on U.S. Highway 441 was electrical in nature and started in the walls in the bar area. This announcement comes after an investigation by the State Fire Marshal’s Office […]

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Habersham EMC Issues Scam Warning

Habersham EMC is warning its members about a scam making the rounds. The company said it has been notified that some members have received bogus telephone calls stating their power would be disconnected immediately unless they provided a credit card number for payment. According to Habersham EMC Director of Member Services Susan Baker, people should never give out financial information […]

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Ga. Marking School Bus Safety Week

Georgia is celebrating National School Bus Safety Week this week and schools and others throughout the state are using this week to highlight the importance of school bus safety. The theme for this week this year is “Bully Free Zone” and is meant to remind students, parents, and motorists of the important role each plays in ensuring that students are […]

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