SCHS Basketball On Road To Start 2015 Tonight

January 2, 2015

The Stephens County High School basketball teams get 2015 started on the road tonight. The Indians and Lady Indians will make the trip to Tiger to take on Rabun County in a non-region game. Both Stephens County teams participated in the McDonald’s Shootout in Hartwell this past week. The Lady Indians went 1-2 during...

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BBB Offers Tips for Getting Rid of Holiday Boxes Safely

January 2, 2015

With the holidays coming to a close and all of the gifts unwrapped, the boxes remain and in some cases, those boxes are sitting out by the curb. The Better Business Bureau said those boxes out by the curb can act as an advertisement for those who might be looking to a rob a...

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Old “Reflections” Restaurant Building at Golf Course Now Owned by City of Toccoa

January 1, 2015

The city of Toccoa brings all of the property at the city-owned golf course back together under one owner. Wednesday, Toccoa City Manager Billy Morse announced that the city had purchased 1.7 acres of property that includes the building that was the Reflections restaurant, a metal building, and the practice putting green for the...

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Quiet Start to 2015 on Ga. Highways

January 1, 2015

So far, state officials are reporting a safe New Year’s holiday. As of this morning, the Georgia Department of Public Safety says there have not been any fatalities on Georgia highways during the early part of the New Year’s travel period. The New Year’s travel period began at 6 p.m. Wednesday and continues through...

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City of Toccoa Hands Out Employee Service Awards

January 1, 2015

The city of Toccoa recognizes employees for years of service. Last month, the city handed out its annual Service Awards at its annual Christmas luncheon. Receiving awards for 35 years of service to the city of Toccoa were Kenneth “Bo” Carter, who works in the fire department, and Avery Hunter, who works in the...

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First Royston City Manager Passes Away

January 1, 2015

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia Royston is remembering its first City Manager, who passed away last week. Brigadier General Eugene Phillips, U.S. Army Retired, died Christmas Day following a brief illness at the home of his son in Fairfax, VA. General Phillips was born in Canon, Georgia on November 26, 1917. He grew up in...

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