SCMS wrestling team wins one, loses one

The Stephens County Middle School wrestling team lost a very close match to Commerce 51-42 and beat Rabun County 91-6 in home matches played at the Stephens County High School Indian Gym on Tuesday. 17 Rebel wrestlers posted victories. Stephens County’s record improves to 4-1, and they wrestle again Saturday at the East Hall Invitational Tournament.

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TFC to hold Christmas Concert, Nov. 30

The Toccoa Falls College Music Department will present its Christmas Candlelight Concert on Thursday, November 30th at 7:30 p.m. in the Grace Chapel and Performing Arts Center. Admission is Free. The public is cordially invited to attend. The concert will feature performances by the Toccoa Falls College Concert Band, Ladies Choir, Handbell Choir, Singing Men, and College Choir. A raffle for a free iPad […]

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TFC Lady Screaming Eagles earn berth in NCCAA

The Toccoa Falls College Women’s Volleyball team has earned a berth in the NCCAA Division 2 National Championship. The Lady Screaming Eagles received an at-large berth after finishing 2nd in the South Region Tournament held earlier this month at TFC. The Lady Screaming Eagles lost to Bob Jones University in the Championship Match in 5 sets. TFC will compete against […]

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TCC considers complimentary alcoholic beverages ordinance

During last night’s Toccoa City Commission meeting, the commissioners passed a first reading on the consideration of a complimentary alcoholic beverages ordinance. The ordinance, as it currently is written, would require businesses who offer complimentary alcoholic beverages to pay a $500 license fee. Not only does the business have to be licensed they also are prohibited from providing complimentary alcoholic […]

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4th annual Holiday Market this weekend

The Currahee Club in Stephens County is once again hosting a holiday market this weekend. On Saturday, the Currahee Club will host its 4th annual holiday market on the lawn at the club’s Amenities Campus. The event is free to attend and open to the public. Currahee Club Community Manager Anne Shurley said that the club is partnering with the […]

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Two SCHS baseball players sign to play baseball at Southern Wesleyan University

Two Stephens County High School Baseball Players have signed scholarships to play baseball at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, South Carolina. Kole Rogers, son of Kirk and Jill Rogers, signed Wednesday.   Bryson Fowler, son of Bryan and Renae Fowler, signed Friday.     Southern Wesleyan is a NCAA Division II school. Kole Rogers, who will be entering his senior […]

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Local Veterans Showcase on display

The November 2017 Local Veterans Showcase at the Currahee Military Museum is currently on display at the Loden Exhibit Hall. This month’s exhibit features Marine Corps and Navy Corpsman veterans from the local area. The Toccoa Stephens County Historical Society President Lyn Hack told WNEG News about the exhibit. Hack mentioned this month’s exhibit was sponsored by the Currahee Detachment […]

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SCMS Wrestling team defeats Franklin Co.

The Stephens County Middle School Wrestling team defeated Franklin Co. in a close match, 45-44, on Thursday. They also defeated Banks County, 59-33. Eighteen Rebel wrestlers had wins. The Rebels’ record improves to 3-0, and their next match will be on Tuesday, Nov. 14th, when they host Rabun County and Commerce at the Stephens County High School Indian Gym.

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Salvation Army of Toccoa seeks volunteer groups

The Salvation Army of Toccoa is seeking volunteer groups to ring bells and raise funds for the community. The money raised at each Red Kettle goes to give back to the community through financial assistance, food, Christmas assistance, and more. There are several volunteer options, individuals or groups can choose from says Lt. Amy Birks of the Salvation Army of […]

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