One NE Ga. Labor Day Traffic Fatality So Far

September 1, 2014

The Georgia State Patrol is reporting five traffic fatalities so far over the Labor Day holiday travel weekend. An accessnorthga.com report indicates that one of those fatalities was the result of a wreck in Rabun County that is currently under investigation by the Toccoa post of the Georgia State Patrol. The 78-hour Labor Day...

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Indians Tame Lions in Season Opener

September 1, 2014

The Stephens County Indians start the Frank Barden era with a win. Franklin County scored first, but Stephens County took over from there and beat the Lions, 34-7. Stephens County Head Coach Frank Barden said the win showed a total team effort. “I am just so proud of our kids,” said Barden. “They worked...

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SCHS Softball Drops Region Opener; JV Wins Again

September 1, 2014

The Stephens County Lady Indian softball team opens region play with a loss. Madison County defeated Stephens County in the Lady Indians’ Region 8-AAAA opener Thursday at the Reservation 5-0. Lexie Cash had a double and a single for the Lady Indians, while Natalie Morgan also had a double and a single. McKenzie Rogers...

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Lady Indian Volleyball Continues Inaugural Season

September 1, 2014

The Stephens County Lady Indian volleyball team continues its inaugural season. Last Monday, the team played three matches at East Hall High School. Stephens County lost two sets to none against East Hall and White County. The Lady Indians then beat Fannin County two sets to one. Then last Tuesday, the Lady Indians played...

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SCHS Interact Club, Local Business Team Up for Donation

September 1, 2014
SCHS Interact Club, Local Business Team Up for Donation

A Stephens County High School club works with a local business to raise money for a world charity. Last month, the Stephens County High School Interact Club received a $3,550 donation from Maypole Chevrolet in conjunction with the Chevy Drive for Perfection Program. The money was raised through the Drive for Perfection Test Drive...

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No Indictment for Former Hart Co. Probate Judge

September 1, 2014

By MJ Kneiser, WLHR Radio, Lavonia A Hart County Grand Jury did not return any indictment last month against former Hart County Probate Judge Bob Smith. Northern Judicial Circuit District Attorney Parks White said he did not present his case against Smith to the grand jury, but only made them aware that the case...

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