More Beams Going Up on New Hwy 17 Bridge in Martin Today

The Georgia Department of Transportation says work will continue today, weather permitting, to set bridge beams at the new State Route 17 bridge near the Stephens-Franklin County line. DOT Spokesperson Teri Pope said crews put the second set of five bridge beams in place Thursday after setting the first five beams on Wednesday. If the weather cooperates, crews will set five […]

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Ribbon Cutting Held for Clarkesville School of Dance

A new dance company in Clarkesville celebrates its opening with business leaders from throughout the region. The Clarkesville School of Dance held a ribbon cutting ceremony recently at its facility in Habersham County. It was a joint ribbon cutting, involving chambers of commerce from Stephens, Habersham, and White counties. Francie Keane is the owner of the Clarkesville School of Dance. […]

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Stephens Co. June Unemployment Numbers Released

Stephens County’s June unemployment numbers show mixed results. According to figures released Thursday by the Georgia Department of Labor, Stephens County had a preliminary June unemployment rate of 7.2 percent. That is four-tenths of a percentage point higher than the revised May unemployment rate for Stephens County, which was 6.8 percent. This June’s unemployment rate in Stephens County is 1.2 […]

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Bridge Beams Going Up On New SR 17 Bridge

Work is underway to set bridge beams on the new State Route 17 bridge near the Stephens-Franklin County line. Georgia Department of Transportation Spokesperson Teri Pope says work started Wednesday to set the first five beams on the bridge that is just outside of Martin. Pope said crews are set to put the next five beams in place Thursday, weather […]

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Stephens Co. Schools Receive EOCT Scores

Stephens County receives its state results on End of Course Testing for last school year. The Georgia Department of Education recently released district level results. In Stephens County, the number of students that met or exceeded the standard on exams were as follows: American Literature and Composition — 93.5 percent Analytic Geometry — 23.9 percent Biology — 74.3 percent Coordinate […]

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Dorsey Responds to Bell Comments at Tuesday Meeting

Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey responds to comments made by County Commissioner Dennis Bell during Tuesday’s county commission meeting. On Tuesday as he voted against approving the school system’s millage rate, Bell again called for the school system to call in authorities to do what he referred to as a “forensic interview” to find out what happened regarding the […]

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