Voter Registration Deadline Two Weeks Away

The November election is less than two months away and with that in mind, Stephens County Registrar Theresa Kelley is reminding area voters about some important dates. Kelley said that the deadline to register to vote in order to be able to vote in the November election is Monday, October 6. “If you are not registered or you have changed […]

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City Thanks Global Partitions For Pool Donation

Toccoa city officials thank a local business for their donation to the new Doyle Street Pool. Mayor Gail Fry and City Manager Billy Morse met with employees of Global Partitions Friday morning at the pool to thank them for the company’s donation to the pool building. Global Partitions donated all of the bathroom partitions and stainless steel washroom accessories for […]

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U.S. News and World Report Recognizes TFC

Toccoa Falls College receives recognition from a national publication. U.S. News and World Report recently recognized Toccoa Falls College as one of the top 35 Best Regional Colleges in the south. In addition, Toccoa Falls College is ranked 3rd in the state of Georgia. A regional college is defined by U.S. News and World Report as a college that focuses […]

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SCMS Football Holds Off Elbert Co. For Win

The Stephens County Middle School football team picks up another win. Saturday, the Rebels traveled to Elberton and defeated Elbert County 14-6. With a minute to go, Elbert County had the ball at the Rebel 3 yard line on first-and-goal with a chance to tie the game with a touchdown and two-point conversion. However, the Rebels’ Ben Hobbs stripped the […]

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TFC Soccer, Volleyball Wrap Up Busy Weekend

The Toccoa Falls College women’s soccer team upsets a defending national champion. TFC knocked off Bob Jones University, the nation’s top-ranked team at its level, 1-0 Friday night. Lizz Rice scored the game’s only goal in the 74th minute. Meanwhile, Emily Truelove had 11 saves in goal for the Screaming Eagle women, who are now 4-3-1 on the season. The […]

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Group Marks One Year on Currahee St. Cleanup Effort

Local leaders and residents look back, one year after the start of a concerted group effort to clean up the U.S. Highway 123/Currahee Street corridor in Toccoa and Stephens County. The one-year anniversary meeting took place Thursday at the Stephens County Senior Center in Toccoa. At last year’s initial meeting, those in attendance decided to focus their initial efforts on […]

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Indian Football Meet and Greet Saturday

The Stephens County Indian football team may have the week off on the field, but they will be out in the community Saturday helping out a local organization. The Indians will be Captain D’s of Toccoa in the Wal-Mart Shopping Center for a fundraiser for the Toccoa-Stephens County Boys and Girls Club. Players will be available for photos and autographs. […]

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SCHS Football Off This Week

It’s an off week this week for the Stephens County Indian varsity football team. The Indians will not play this Friday as they prepare for the start of region play next Friday, September 26, at home against North Hall. Stephens County wrapped up its non-region part of the schedule last Friday with a 28-0 win over Blue Ridge, South Carolina. […]

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