Season Ends For SCHS Tennis

Both Stephens County High School tennis teams were eliminated from the Region 8-AAAA tournament on Wednesday. The boys’ team lost in the quarterfinals to Madison County by a match score of 3-0. Meanwhile, the Lady Indians won their first match in the morning against Monroe Area 3-1, but lost in the afternoon contest to North Oconee 3-0. With these losses, […]

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More Solar Panels Appear Headed to Turner Rd.

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Stephens County Commissioners approve a variance and conditional use request to add more solar panels to land on Turner Road in Eastanollee. On Tuesday, the county commission approved the requests from United Renewable Energy to give them the go-ahead to add the solar panels on the back side of the current Turner Road solar panel farm. United Renewable Energy Director […]

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Stephens Co. Approves Nuisance Ordinance Changes

Stephens County Commissioners vote to make more changes to the county’s nuisance ordinance. On Tuesday, the county commission approved the proposed changes. County Administrator Phyllis Ayers said that Stephens County is getting rid of some county guidelines from the current ordinance in the agricultural area. “We have removed the grid that discussed specific animals per acreage and then we have […]

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DOT Approves SR17 Resurfacing in Franklin, Hart Counties

Part of State Route 17 in Franklin and Hart counties will get a new surface after the work was approved by the Georgia Department of Transportation recently. The Georgia Department of Transportation has awarded 31 contracts for statewide construction projects totaling over $146.6 million. These projects were advertised for bids in March and awarded on April 1. Among the projects […]

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Ga. Marks Work Zone Awareness Week

The Georgia Department of Transportation is marking National Work Zone Awareness week this week. As part of that, Georgia Department of Transportation officials, along with key state and federal safety partners, paid tribute on Tuesday to the 58 Georgia DOT employees who died in work zone incidents since record-keeping began in 1973. Their primary message Tuesday focused on the rules […]

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Toccoa Re-ups with Audit Firm

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  The city of Toccoa will remain with the same auditing firm for the next three years. On Monday, city commissioners unanimously approved a contract with the auditing firm of Mauldin and Jenkins of Atlanta that will cover the next three years. Toccoa City Manager Billy Morse said this comes after the city commission chose to put the city’s audit […]

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“A Taste of Toccoa” Coming Up April 28

Preparations are underway for the annual “A Taste of Toccoa” event in downtown Toccoa. Main Street Toccoa Events Coordinator Sharon Crosby said that the 26th annual “Taste” will take place later this month. She said it is one of the city’s signature events each year and they are excited for it to come around again. “It will be on Thursday, […]

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Stephens Co. Commission To Meet Today

Stephens County Commissioners will consider adopting proposed changes to the county’s nuisance ordinance at their meeting this morning. The county commission will meet at 8:30 a.m. today in the second-floor courtroom of the historic Stephens County Courthouse in downtown Toccoa. Leading the agenda is a second public hearing on the proposed nuisance ordinance changes. According to Stephens County Attorney Brian […]

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