SCHS Basketball Wraps Up Non Region Play

Stephens County will enter the region portion of its schedule later this week after wrapping up non-region play over the weekend. On Saturday, the Lady Indians and Indians traveled to Hartwell and both came away with losses against rival Hart County. In the girls’ game, the Lady Indians fell victim to a big third quarter as Hart County won the […]

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Work Continues To Lower Lake Levels

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said that the spillways at all three reservoir dams on the Upper Savannah River will remain open for several days as efforts continue to get water levels down to the winter guide curve. Late Wednesday night, the Corps’ Savannah office announced it would open the spillways […]

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Indian Basketball Holiday Update


The Stephens County High School basketball teams will start 2016 with a non-region game on Saturday (Jan. 2). Last week, both the Indians and Lady Indians participated in holiday tournaments on Monday through Wednesday. On the boys’ side, the Indians won their tournament in Walhalla, South Carolina, sweeping all three games. In the championship game, the Indians defeated Jackson County […]

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Toccoa Man Arrested for Shoplifting in S.C.

Authorities in South Carolina say a Toccoa man faces shoplifting charges there after an incident over the Christmas holiday. The Oconee County, South Carolina Sheriff’s Office said 42-year-old Alejandro Rodrigues Shropshire of Doyle Street in Toccoa was arrested on Christmas Eve night and charged with Shoplifting. According to Oconee County authorities, deputies there were dispatched to the Belk’s location in […]

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Inert Landfill Set to Close; Large Trash Bins Moving To Road Dept.

Stephens County’s inert landfill is closing to the public today. Today is the final day that the county’s inert landfill will accept waste as it starts the closure process with the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. County commissioners made the decision to close the inert landfill as of today last month. According to Stephens County Administrator Phyllis Ayers, closing the county’s […]

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Rickman Sworn In As Judge

Brian Rickman is officially ready to start his service as one of the state’s newest Court of Appeals judges. The now-former Mountain Judicial Circuit District Attorney was sworn in to his judgeship in Atlanta on Tuesday by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. Rickman’s term officially starts on January 1 and runs through December 31, 2018. The Rabun County resident was one […]

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