Stephens Co. Has Great Weekend At Special Olympic State Winter Games

January 29, 2015

Stephens County Special Olympic athletes are back home after a successful trip to state competition. A number of Special Olympians from Stephens County competed this past weekend in the State Winter Games in Marietta. They competed in basketball skills and bowling competitions against athletes from all over the state. Overall, Stephens County Special Olympic...

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Still No Wilbros Appeal of Last Week’s Ruling

January 29, 2015

There is still no word of an appeal by Wilbros of last week’s ruling by an administrative law judge upholding the Environmental Protection Division’s decision to revoke solid waste and wastewater permits from the Rose Lane facility at the center of an odor controversy in Stephens County. Stephens County Attorney Brian Ranck said that...

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Hartwell Veteran Receives French Honor

January 29, 2015

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Hartwell A Hartwell man and World War II veteran is honored by the French Government for his service in helping liberate France from the Nazis. 91-year old Arthur Mohor was among twelve veterans and three Northeast Georgians who were in Atlanta Tuesday to receive the National Order of the...

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Stephens Co. Receives Good Audit Report

January 28, 2015

Stephens County receives a clean opinion on its Fiscal Year 2014 audit. Meredith Lipson with the county’s auditing firm of Mauldin and Jenkins appeared before county commissioners Tuesday to make her annual audit report for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2014. She said the county received the clean audit opinion, which is...

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Toccoa, Stephens Co. Pairing Up On Animal Control Officer

January 28, 2015

Toccoa and Stephens County are moving towards making a change to the way animal control is handled in the county. Both the city and county commissioners have talked about the issue in the past week. On Friday, Stephens County Commissioners voted unanimously to create a position of an animal control officer under the County...

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Castration Debate Takes Center Stage At Commission Meeting

January 28, 2015

Animal control and castration again took center stage at Tuesday’s Stephens County Commission meeting as people on both sides of the issue spoke to commissioners. Local resident Kathy Pauly first questioned the decision not to charge a woman who reportedly castrated a family dog earlier this month with animal cruelty or practicing veterinary medicine...

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