NGTC Foundation Receives Donation From Church

A north Georgia church makes a large donation to the North Georgia Technical College Foundation. Sharp Memorial United Methodist Church in Young Harris recently donated $5,202.37 from its annual rummage sale to the North Georgia Tech Foundation. According to Foundation Director Cynthia Brown, the funds will be used to provide scholarships for tuition, books and fees for North Georgia Technical […]

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SCHS Volleyball Sweeps Saturday Matches

The Stephens County High School Lady Indian volleyball team sweeps its matches over the weekend. On Saturday, the Lady Indians hosted seven other teams for a playdate at the Currahee Arena. In four matches, the Lady Indians went undefeated. First, Stephens County beat Seneca, South Carolina in three sets. The Lady Indians lost the first set 25-20, but then won […]

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Toccoa Finance Director Retiring

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Toccoa Finance Director Cathy Loudermilk is retiring. Loudermilk has announced that she will be retiring from her position later this year. She has served as the city of Toccoa’s Finance Director since July 2012 after being moved up to Finance Director from the position of Accounting Manager. Loudermilk said she has enjoyed her time with the city of Toccoa, and […]

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SCSO Arrests Man Wanted in Michigan

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A Michigan man is in custody locally, awaiting possible extradition back to that state. Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley said that on Thursday, his office received information from the Port Huron, Michigan Police Department that a person with warrants from their jurisdiction may be in Stephens County. Shirley said that authorities in Michigan were looking for and had warrants on […]

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Chamber Looks Back at Last Year

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The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce looks back at the year that was. During Thursday’s annual awards banquet, the Chamber recapped the last 12 months. Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce President Julie Paysen said that it has been a great year at the Chamber. According to numbers provided by the Chamber, it added 72 new members in the last 12 […]

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DOT Approves Traffic Signal Upgrades in Habersham Co.

A Habersham County project is among those approved by the Georgia Department of Transportation Earlier this month, the State DOT awarded 38 contracts for statewide construction and maintenance projects totaling $97.6 million. Among those was a project of traffic signal upgrades at various locations in Habersham County. The DOT said those upgrades also include installation of intersection video detection systems. […]

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H.S. Football Underway in NE Ga.

While Stephens County High School gets its football season officially underway this week, a number of high school football teams started their seasons on Friday. Habersham Central started its season Friday with a 45-13 win over East Hall at home in Mt. Airy. Meanwhile, Franklin County also picked up a season-opening win over White County as the Lions beat the […]

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SCHS Volleyball Drops Pair of Road Matches

The Stephens County Lady Indian volleyball team drops a pair of matches on the road. Thursday, the Lady Indians lost matches to both White County and to Johnson High School of Gainesville at Johnson. In the first match, White County swept the Lady Indians in straight sets, winning 28-26 and 25-23. Then in the second match, Johnson won in straight […]

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