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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Feral Outfitters Holds Ribbon Cutting

A downtown Toccoa business celebrates a new location. The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting on Thursday for Feral Outfitters. Feral moved to a new location a few months ago, remaining on Doyle Street in downtown Toccoa. Owner Karly Herring said the new location is about three times larger than her old store and she also has a […]

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TFC Sports Update

The Toccoa Falls College women’s soccer team picks up a win at home. The Screaming Eagles defeated Gordon State College on Tuesday by a 2-1 score. Lizz Rice and Nicole Cooprider scored goals for Toccoa Falls, while Olivia Stands assisted on both goals. TFC outshot Gordon State for the match by a margin of 20-5. They are now 3-3-1 on […]

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Photo Exhibit Coming To Toccoa

A special exhibit will be arriving in Toccoa next week for the public to view. The Currahee Military Museum and Main Street Toccoa will host an exhibit called “Presidential Pathways” beginning next Thursday, September 25. Main Street Toccoa Events Coordinator Sharon Crosby said the exhibit is an interesting collection of presidential photographs. Crosby said the photos were taken by George […]

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Toccoa Unveils New Gateway Sign

Toccoa unveils a new sign welcoming those traveling those into town. Wednesday, city officials and others gathered at the corner of Broad and Currahee streets in downtown Toccoa to unveil a new gateway sign that has been placed on the new green space located at that intersection. Toccoa Mayor Gail Fry said she is pleased with how the sign turned […]

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Franklin Co. Commission Considering Re-instating Health Insurance for Commissioners

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia Franklin County Commission Chair Thomas Bridges said he wants to hear from that county’s citizens regarding whether the Board of Commissioners should re-instate a policy that provides county health insurance for the board. Last week, the Franklin County Commission voted to advertise their intention to re-instate the county health insurance option. In 2011, a […]

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NGTC Opens Cross Country Season

North Georgia Technical College opens its cross country season. Runners from North Georgia Technical College took first place in both the women’s and men’s opening race on the Clarkesville Campus Ben Purcell Cross Country Trail on Friday, September 5. Colleges competing included Toccoa Falls College, University of Auburn at Montgomery, and host North Georgia Technical College. Crossing the finish line […]

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