Change Clocks, Smoke Alarm Batteries This Weekend

Daylight saving time ends this weekend, which means it is time to fall back and set those clocks back one hour on Saturday night. However, Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens said clocks are not the only thing people need to be changing this weekend. Hudgens said that when Georgians change their clocks Saturday night, they should also […]

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Toccoa Costume Parade Set for Friday

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An annual Halloween tradition continues in downtown Toccoa today. The Toccoa Main Street program will host its 25th annual Costume Parade this morning. Pre-school age children between the ages of two and five are invited to attend and area pre-schools will also be participating. Main Street Events Coordinator Sharon Crosby said that the parade will begin at 10 a.m. with line-up […]

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SCSO Arrests One For False Reporting

A Stephens County man faces charges after allegedly falsely reporting the theft of his vehicle. According to Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley, it started when his office received a report of a vehicle theft from Michael Wayne Turpin of Lakeside Trail in Martin. “The victim reported that his 2000 Dodge Durango had been stolen from his residence,” said Shirley. “A […]

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One Arrested in Theft From Stephens Co.

A multi-county investigation leads to one arrest. Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley said it all started on October 15 when Franklin County Sheriff’s Office deputies contacted his office about a reported stolen vehicle that was spotted at a location on Gumlog Road in Franklin County. “They had learned the location of a vehicle that was reported stolen from us (Stephens […]

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Region 8-AAAA Cross Country Meet Today


Stephens County High School is wrapping up its cross country season. Today is the Region 8-AAAA cross country meet for both the boys’ and girls’ teams. Indians’ Cross Country Coach Chad Bridges says that both Stephens County cross-country teams are young and working every day to get better. “We have one senior on the boys’ team, Jimmy Carter,” said Bridges. […]

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GBI Looking for Franklin Co. Rape Suspect

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is asking for the public’s help to find a man wanted for rape in Franklin County. On Wednesday, the GBI issued a plea for help locating 19-year old Anthony Elijah Jones, address unknown. According to the GBI, it happened on the campus of Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs on […]

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Lavonia Reacts to Delay in Streetscape Funding

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced another delay in the bid process for a host of statewide, federally-funded projects. The 34 delayed projects across Georgia, valued at $123 million, were previously scheduled to go out for bids in December, but uncertainty about whether the money will be available caused G-DOT to withdraw its […]

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Stephens Co. Names Assistant Administrator

Stephens County promotes a department head to a newly created position. Tuesday, Stephens County Commissioners unanimously approved creating a position of Assistant Administrator and announced that the county’s Building and Grounds Director, Randall Cleveland, would take on the new position in addition to his current duties with Building and Grounds. County Administrator Phyllis Ayers said that Cleveland has proven himself […]

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