Fire Safety Festival on Saturday

An annual event this weekend will again put fire safety at the forefront. People First of Stephens County’s annual Fire Safety Festival is coming up on Saturday. According to Supporter Jeraldine Hayes, People First is an organization that works with people with disabilities. Hayes said Saturday’s event, however, is open to everybody in the community. “If you have been through […]

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TFC Fall Sports Continue

Fall sports are continuing at Toccoa Falls College. Despite a monsoon of rain last week Toccoa Falls athletics enjoyed its most successful week of the fall semester. While women’s soccer had its match rained out, cross country, men’s soccer, and volleyball experienced success in all competitions. The cross country teams ran against Piedmont College on October 3rd at hilly Tallulah […]

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One Arrested In Drug Investigation At SCHS

One person faces a drug charge after an investigation at Stephens County High School. Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley said that high school administration contacted the School Resource Officer on September 29 about an issue. “According to our School Resource Officer, the administration at Stephens County High School had some information that there were some illegal drugs being possessed and/or […]

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Family Connection Fundraiser Coming Up This Month

Family Connection of Stephens County is once again pitting adults against 5th graders in a fun competition for an annual fundraiser. The 2nd annual “Are You Smarter than a Stephens County 5th Grader?” is coming up on Saturday, October 24th at 6:30 p.m. at the Tugaloo Center for the Performing Arts at Stephens County High School in Toccoa. Family Connection […]

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Habersham EMC Says All Power Back On

Things are finally getting back to normal all across northeast Georgia after this weekend’s rain and wind. Habersham EMC posted online earlier this morning that power was restored to all of its customers overnight. At one point over the weekend, Habersham EMC had reported that more than 13,600 of its customers were without power. According to Habersham EMC, crews from […]

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Ga. Poultry Industry Working to Prevent Avian Flu

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia The Georgia Poultry Federation is working to stay ahead of any outbreak of the avian influenza virus in the state. To help do that, it has launched a new campaign for poultry farmers called “All In or All Gone.” State officials said the program calls on all poultry producers and poultry farmers to practice good biosecurity measures all of […]

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SCHS Softball Splits Playoff Doubleheader

One game today will determine whether the Stephens County High School softball team will move on to this year’s state AAAA softball tournament. On Tuesday, the Lady Indians split a doubleheader in the first round of the Region 8-AAAA tournament with North Oconee. Stephens County won the first game of the best-of-three series on Tuesday, 4-3 in 8 innings. Alanna […]

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Hunter Education Course Now Online in Ga.

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division has announced that the Georgia hunter education course is available completely online. That started on October 1, making Georgia one of 13 states to allow students to complete the hunter education course online if they choose. State officials said that this online opportunity improves the previous online option where students had to […]

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