Indians Off, Looking Towards Start of Regular Season

August 22, 2014

The Stephens County Indian football team is off this week after last week’s scrimmage game against Habersham Central, turning its attention now to the regular season. Stephens County opens its season a week from tonight on the road in Carnesville against Franklin County. Indians’ Head Coach Frank Barden said there are a number of...

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Corps Issues Warning About Clearing Federal Land Along Lake

August 22, 2014

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is warning property owners on Lake Hartwell and other lakes not to cut trees on Corps land. The Corps’ Hartwell Lake Office is investigating and pursuing restitution for seven cases of major destruction to public lands surrounding Lake Hartwell. Corps Spokesman Russell...

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Currahee Canine Holds Ribbon Cutting

August 22, 2014
Currahee Canine Holds Ribbon Cutting

A local business opens to serve the community’s pet grooming and boarding needs. Currahee Canine Pet Services held a Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting on Thursday at its location. Mandi Griffin owns and operates Currahee Canine Pet Services. She said she can offer people a number of different services. “We do all...

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Rabun Beats SCMS on Gridiron

August 22, 2014

The Stephens County Middle School football team drops its season opener. Thursday, the Rebels lost to Rabun County at the Reservation 34-12. After the game was stopped for 30 minutes early due to a lightning delay, Rabun County scored three touchdowns on long passes to take a 20-0 lead at halftim. Rabun County extended...

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Lady Indian Softball Picks Up Win

August 22, 2014

The Stephens County Lady Indian softball team picks up a win over a rival. Stephens County beat Franklin County Thursday 5-3. Raina Mayfield had a two-run home run for the Lady Indians and McKenzie Rogers pitched a complete game for the win. Stephens County softball now moves to 4-3 on the season. The Lady...

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Hospital Purchases Ultrasound Machine to Help Run PICC Lines

August 21, 2014

Stephens County Hospital purchases a new piece of equipment to help out some of its nurses. Monday, the Hospital Authority unanimously approved the purchase of a small new ultrasound machine. Hospital Administrator Ed Gambrell said the ultrasound machine will be used for helping patients who need PICC lines. “That is a central catheter line...

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