Stephens Co. Grand Jury Issues Indictments

April 17, 2014

A Stephens County grand jury indicts a man on rape, child molestation, and other charges. Tuesday, the grand jury issued a true bill of indictment against 34-year-old Joe Terrell Shelton, Jr. of Stephens County and Sheriff Randy Shirley says Shelton, Jr. was taken into custody later Tuesday. The indictment lists 11 counts in all...

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New Superintendent Contract for 3 Years

April 17, 2014

New Stephens County School Superintendent Bryan Dorsey has a three-year contract. The contract signed by Dorsey and the Stephens County Board of Education calls for Dorsey’s term to begin on May 1 and run through April 30, 2017. Under the terms of the deal, Dorsey will receive an annual salary of $125,000 per year...

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Indian Baseball Beats Monroe Area

April 17, 2014

The Stephens County Indian baseball team is back on the winning track. Stephens County defeated Monroe Area at the Reservation Wednesday in five innings, 11-1. Mason Long led the Indian offensive attack with three RBIs and Logan Bell also knocked in a couple of runs. The Indians also got RBIs from Davis McCall and...

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Second Political Forum Tonight

April 17, 2014

The second of two political forums will take place tonight in Toccoa. AM 630 WNEG and the Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce will host a political forum tonight at the Schaefer Center in downtown Toccoa. Candidates for Stephens County Board of Education, 28th District State House, and 9th District U.S. Representative have all been...

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Two Qualify for Sectionals in Track

April 17, 2014

Two Stephens County Indian track athletes qualify for the sectional level of competition. At the recent Region 8-AAAA meet, Deanna Lewis won the region title in the 800-meter race. Lewis also finished as the runner-up in the 1600-meter race. Meanwhile on the boys’ side, Sean Blasingame finished as the runner-up in the triple jump....

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DOT Says Keep Political Signs off Rights of Way

April 17, 2014

With election season in full swing, the Georgia Department of Transportation is cautioning political candidates and campaigns not to place signs on rights of way. The DOT said Georgia law stipulates that the Department is required to maintain a safe roadway for the traveling public, which includes the immediate removal of any obstruction or...

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