Schedule Change for SCHS Softball

There is a schedule change with Stephens County High School softball. The Lady Indians’ varsity and junior varsity softball games scheduled originally for today against Hart County have been moved to this Wednesday, September 2. Stephens County softball’s next game will now be tomorrow, Tuesday, September 1 against North Oconee. Junior varsity will start at 4:30 p.m. and varsity will […]

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Stephens Co. Registrar Resigns

Stephens County Registrar Theresa Kelley has resigned. She made that decision Thursday morning, according to county officials. It was immediate. County Administrator Phyllis Ayers said that she had not received an official resignation letter as of Thursday afternoon, but was expecting one to be forthcoming. Ayers said that the county is moving forward to get Kelley’s responsibilities covered with a […]

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SCSO Deputy OK After Being Hit By Car Wednesday

A Stephens County Sheriff’s Office deputy is doing well after an accident on Wednesday. Sheriff Randy Shirley said it happened when his office responded to a call on Wednesday evening. “They received a 911 call to go to a residence on Whisnant Street regarding a domestic dispute,” said Shirley. “Upon arrival, there was a physical altercation between a husband and […]

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Lady Indian Softball Splits With Madison Co.

The Stephens County Lady Indian softball team opens region play with a loss. Madison County defeated the Lady Indians Thursday, 6-1. Emma Whitfield took the loss pitching for the Lady Indians. Meanwhile, Natalie Morgan led the Lady Indians at the plate, getting a triple and scoring Stephens County’s lone run. Stephens County is now 6-2 on the season and 0-1 […]

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Ga. Secretary of State Investigating Merger of Stephens Co. Probate, Registrar’s Offices

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is looking into the decision earlier this year by Stephens County to combine its Registrar’s Office with the Probate Judge’s office. On Wednesday, the Secretary of State’s Office confirmed that it currently had an open investigation into Stephens County over the matter. According to the initial incident report provided by the Secretary of State’s […]

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Work Resumes On Downtown Building

A local building owner has resumed work on his building. The Toccoa Planning Office said that it has granted a building permit for work on the inside of the former Green’s Department Store at 26 Doyle Street. In addition, painting has taken place on the front of the building. That building, owned by Robert Crumley, had received a cease and […]

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