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Indians Shut Out Blue Ridge

September 15, 2014

The Stephens County Indian football team will head into its bye week on a winning note. Stephens County shut out Blue Ridge, South Carolina Friday night at the Reservation 28-0. Indians’ Head Coach Frank Barden said he is proud of the effort the team showed. “It goes back to Monday through Thursday and the...

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Middle School Football Wins on Homecoming

September 15, 2014

Stephens County Middle School football picks up its second straight win. Saturday, the Rebels defeated Madison County at the Reservation 20-6. Jaquarion Scott and Donovan Curry each had touchdown runs for the Rebels. Scott’s 40-yard run put the Rebels ahead 6-0 in the first quarter. He then added the 2-point conversion run to make...

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This is National Preparedness Month

September 15, 2014

September is National Preparedness Month and Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens is encouraging the state’s residents to take steps now to ensure protection for their family and property in the event of a disaster. Hudgens said the first step is to prepare for the worst by identifying evacuation plans and taking proactive steps to...

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NGTC Accepting Application For Annual Alumni Awards

September 15, 2014

The deadline is tomorrow (Sept. 16) for someone to be nominated for the annual North Georgia Technical College Alumni Awards. The North Georgia Tech Alumni Association is inviting people to nominate deserving NGTC graduates and former teachers and staff members for its annual awards. Awards are given in categories including Hall of Fame, Career...

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Stephens Co. BOE Approves Budget

September 12, 2014

The Stephens County School System has its budget in place for the current Fiscal Year. Stephens County Board of Education members approved the Fiscal Year 2015 budget unanimously at a meeting Thursday. Fiscal Year 2015 started back on July 1. Since then, the school board has passed monthly spending resolutions to operate while the...

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Archery Deer Season Starts Saturday

September 12, 2014

As the seasons transition from summer to autumn, it is time to prepare for a favorite time of year for many hunters. Archery deer season gets underway Saturday in Georgia. Georgia Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Officer Craig Fulgum said there are no major changes for hunters headed out this weekend. “The regulations...

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SCHS Back Home Tonight to Host Blue Ridge, S.C.

September 12, 2014

The Stephens County Indian football team will look to end the non-region part of its schedule on a winning note tonight. Stephens County hosts Blue Ridge, South Carolina at the Reservation. The Indians are 1-1 on the season after coming up just short in a tough 35-33 loss last week at home against Elbert...

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Rhythm Academy Celebrates New Location

September 12, 2014
Rhythm Academy Celebrates New Location

A local business continues to settle into a new location. The Rhythm Academy Dance Company held a Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting to officially celebrate its new location in downtown Toccoa on Alexander Street. Rhythm Academy Owner Dana Ott said that they still offer all of the same classes and programs in...

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TFC Volleyball, Soccer In Action

September 12, 2014

Fall sports season is getting into full gear at Toccoa Falls College. The TFC volleyball team traveled to Kissimmee, Florida on September 5 and 6 for the annual North-South Tournament featuring teams from the NCCAA DII south region. The Screaming Eagles were topped by Clearwater Christian College and Trinity College of Florida, but TFC...

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Collins Introduces Bill to Suspend Visa Waiver Program Temporarily

September 12, 2014

9th District U.S. Congressman Doug Collins is calling for an emergency short-term suspension in the U.S. State Department’s Visa Waiver Program. He introduced legislation to enact that this week. Collins said the program, which is meant to expedite foreign travel for residents of United States and 38 designated countries, could be utilized by Islamic...

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  • September 15, 2014The Currahee Thunder Equestrian Drill Team of Stephens County High School
  • October 25, 2014 9:00 amFall Festival! 22nd Annual Martin Fall Festival
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  • October 30, 2014Hardman Farm Fall Guided Tours
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