TFC Sports Update

November 21, 2014

The Toccoa Falls College men’s basketball will be back in action today after almost upsetting an NCAA Division One school. TFC traveled to the Citadel Wednesday and kept it close, but came up just short in a 71-58 loss. The Screaming Eagles cut a big early Citadel lead back to single digits in the...

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Cat Castration Case Headed to Magistrate Court

November 20, 2014

The Stephens County High School cat castration case will be heard in Magistrate Court. Toccoa-Stephens County Humane Shelter Director Jeff Roberts said that animal control has completed its investigation into the incident and made a decision on how to proceed. “I cannot go into specifics of the case, other than to say that we...

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Chamber President Search Continues

November 20, 2014

The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce’s search for a new Chamber President could be nearing an end. Chamber Board Chair Greg Roach said that the board plans to hold a called meeting on Monday regarding the search. Roach said the plan is for a vote to take place on Monday by the Chamber Board...

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SCHS Basketball Season Starting Up This Weekend

November 20, 2014

Basketball season is starting up at Stephens County High School. Both the Indian and Lady Indian teams open up play this weekend and head coaches Anthony Daniel and Chad Bridges appeared on “Crunchtime” a couple of weeks ago to talk about their teams and the upcoming season. On the girls’ side, the Stephens County...

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BOE Discusses Lease of Old Toccoa High Gym

November 20, 2014

The Stephens County Board of Education tables a request from Evan Oglesby to extend his lease with the school system for the old Toccoa High School gym on Pond Street in Toccoa for a longer term. Last month, Oglesby appeared before the school board and requested a 99-year lease of the gym. Oglesby has...

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SCMS Basketball Opens Season

November 20, 2014

Basketball season is also underway at Stephens County Middle School. Tuesday, the Middle School teams played East Jackson. In 8th grade girls’ play, Stephens County beat East Jackson 36-25. Kaniyha Laboon and Kaylee Sellers each had eight points for the Lady Rebels. In 7th grade girls’ action, the Lady Rebels won 32-13. Anna Ashe...

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