SCDA Approves Inducement Resolution

The Stephens County Development Authority takes a step to try to encourage an unnamed company to invest in the county. At a called meeting Wednesday, the Development Authority board unanimously approved an inducement resolution for industrial revenue bonds not to exceed $10 million in connection to something called “Project Sark.” Development Authority officials said “Project Sark” is a company that […]

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Meadowbrook Machine and Tool Expanding

A local industry is announcing an expansion. Meadowbrook Machine and Tool on the Clary Connector in Eastanollee has announced that it has started expanding its operations. Bill Cochran is Production Manager for the company. He said Meadowbrook Machine and Tool is adding more CNC machines to its facility over the next few months. “We have recently purchased seven additional CNC […]

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Indian Wrestlers Continue Strong Start

Stephens County High School’s wrestling team continues its strong start to the season. Earlier this week, the Indian wrestlers competed in a dual meet with Seneca and Westside High Schools out of South Carolina. The Indians ran their season dual meet record to 5-1. They defeated Westside, 39-28 and host Seneca, 36-33. Indian Wrestling Coach Rob Stowe says they were […]

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SCMS Basketball Update

Stephens County Middle School splits with Hart County Middle School in mid-week basketball action. Tuesday, the 7th and 8th grade basketball teams played Hart County. In 7th grade action, the Lady Rebels lost 30 to 19. Meanwhile in boys’ action, the Stephens County 7th graders lost 38-31 to Hart County, as Hart scored the final eight points of the game […]

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Georgia DNR Launches Annual Poster Contest

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia Teachers and students across Georgia are invited to honor Georgia’s wildlife and students’ artistic interests by participating in the 25th annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest. The goal of the competition is to generate a greater knowledge and appreciation of Georgia’s diverse and increasingly threatened nongame wildlife and their habitats. Nongame species (those […]

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Cannery Decision Tabled Again by Stephens BOE

Stephens County Board of Education members again table a decision on whether or not to cut back hours and services at the Cannery. The school board discussed the cannery on Tuesday at its regular monthly meeting. Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey said budget numbers show a deficit of about $217,000 for the cannery over the last five years, with […]

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Fugitive From N.Y. Arrested in Toccoa

A man wanted on charges in New York state is taken into custody in Toccoa. Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley said his office worked with the U.S. Marshal’s Office to arrest an individual identified as Jesse Patterson in Toccoa on Tuesday. Shirley said that authorities found Patterson Tuesday at a Franklin Street residence. “They tracked him through technology and other […]

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Toccoa Names 2015 Mayor, Vice Mayor

The Toccoa City Commission puts its leadership team in place for the upcoming year. Monday, city commissioners unanimously voted to name Terry Carter as Mayor and Evan Hellenga as Vice-Mayor for 2015. Traditionally, the commission rotates the positions of Mayor and Vice-Mayor amongst the five commissioners on a yearly basis. Both Carter and Hellenga are in their first terms on […]

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Indian Basketball Sweeps Madison County

Both the Stephens County Indians and Lady Indians came away with victories Tuesday night over Madison County in Varsity Basketball action at the Currahee Arena. The Stephens County Boys extended their win streak to 4 games with a 55 to 37 victory. After Madison County cut an early 14 point lead down to 5 at halftime, Stephens County outscored the […]

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