Chamber Cuts Ribbon On Presidential Photo Exhibit

Local officials gather to unveil a special exhibit at the historic train depot in downtown Toccoa. The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting on Thursday to mark the grand opening of the “Presidential Pathways” photo exhibit. “Presidential Pathways” is being hosted by Main Street Toccoa and the Currahee Military Museum. Main Street Toccoa Events Coordinator Sharon Crosby said […]

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Saturday is Hunting and Fishing Day in Ga.

Here is a reminder for hunting and fishing enthusiasts. Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day and there are plenty of events, activities and recognition taking place throughout the state all day, geared for outdoor enthusiasts. Georgia Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Officer Craig Fulgum said the day was established by Congress in 1973 to spotlight the importance hunting and […]

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Stephens Co. Jury Duty Announcement

Stephens County Clerk of Court Tim Quick said that jurors in Stephens County who were scheduled to report on Monday, September 29 do not need to report on Monday. Those jurors do need to call the Stephens County Clerk of Court’s Office on Monday afternoon for instructions on reporting on Tuesday. The number those jurors should call is 706-282-1111. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Accident Thursday Morning on Ga. 365

Crews responded Thursday morning to an accident in Stephens County. It occurred on Georgia Highway 365 in the area of the Jeanette Jamieson Intersection. Sheriff Randy Shirley reports that one truck overturned in the accident and landed on the guardrail. A man from Habersham County was injured in the accident and taken by EMS to Habersham Medical Center. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Stephens Co. School System Receives Accreditation Recommendation

The Stephens County school system receives a recommendation for system-level accreditation. A team from AdvancED, the parent agency of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, presented a brief accreditation report Wednesday to conclude its visit to Stephens County. At the end of that report, the team said it would recommend Stephens County for a five-year system-level accreditation that would […]

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Toccoa Gets Grant Money For Henderson Falls Park

Toccoa will receive grant money to help with improvements at Henderson Falls Park. City Manager Billy Morse said that the city has received $100,000 in grant funds from the National Park Service through the state’s Department of Natural Resources for work at Henderson Falls Park. The city will match the $100,000 in grant funds with SPLOST money. Morse said the […]

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Toccoa Commissioners Accept Bids

The city of Toccoa goes ahead with the purchase of a service truck for the city’s Natural Gas Expansion Construction Crew. Tuesday, the city commission opened bids on the service truck. While the city says multiple local dealers were contacted, only one bid came in. That was from Mike Jones Ford Lincoln of Toccoa, who quoted the city a price […]

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Toccoa Commission Tables Extended Stay Ordinance

Toccoa tables a proposed ordinance that would put regulations on hotels and motels in the city that consider themselves extended stay facilities. At their meeting Tuesday, Toccoa City Commissioners held a public hearing on the proposed extended stay hotel-motel ordinance. The proposed ordinance includes rules that spell out how many people can stay in a room and how much space […]

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Toccoa Continues Examining Golf Course Options

Toccoa city staff continues to gather information about how to move forward on the city-owned golf course. City Manager Billy Morse said a representative from the United States Golf Association came to look at the nine-hole course off of Black Mountain Road last week. The course has been closed since last month, when the former operating group informed the city […]

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