SCMS 7th Grade moves to 9-0

The Stephens County Middle School 7th grade boys basketball team blew open a tight game at the half outscoring Rabun County Middle School 17-6 in the 3rd quarter to take a 50-34 victory Thursday. Javin Gordon had a game high 18 points to lead the now 9-0 Rebels. Semaj Walker added 11 points for SCMS, Andrew Keown and Tripp Underwood […]

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Indians Wrestling Team on a Roll

The Stephens County Indians Wrestling team has been on quite a roll since Christmas break. The Indians have went 11-2 since the break to improve to a record of 16-12 overall. The Indians took 2 matches over rivals Franklin County and Hart County on Tuesday night including a dramatic 39-36 win over the host team Franklin County. Nick Randall got […]

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Mrs. Vickie Lynn Ayers Pitts

Mrs. Vickie Lynn Ayers Pitts, age 61 of Sweetgum Road, Toccoa passed away Saturday, January 11, 2020 at the Stephens County Hospital. A daughter of the late James Carlton Ayers and Essie Ruth Dalrymple Ayers, she was born November 24, 1959 in Stephens County, Georgia where she lived most of her life. She was employed with the Waffle House. In […]

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Rebels Basketball Take 3 of 4 from Elbert

The Stephens County Middle School Rebels basketball teams won 3 of the 4 games played vs. Elbert County Middle School Thursday at SCMS. The 7th grade boys team moved to 8-0 on the season with a 46-40 win over Elbert County. Javin Gordon led the Rebels with a game high 17 points, Andrew Keown added 12, Tripp Underwood 8, Semaj […]

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Lady Indians Continue to Roll

story by Ted Taylor THE STEPHENS COUNTY LADY INDIANS KEPT THEIR WINNING STREAK ALIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS WITH WINS OVER ST. PIUS AND EAST HALL. THE 59-41 WIN FRIDAY NIGHT OVER ST. PIUS WAS MOST IMPORTANT AS IT WAS A REGION WIN, THE SECOND FOR THE LADY INDIANS. RENAJAH VERDELL LED STEPHENS COUNTY WITH 19 POINTS. SHE WAS JOINED […]

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Update on Woman Found at Broken Bridges

UPDATE: Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley has released more information on the body discovered on Broken Bridges this morning. “The body was discovered this morning by a family walking their dog. Preliminary investigations reveal that a white female from Lumpkin County traveled to Stephens County Boat Ramp and Park during the late hours of Friday night or early hours of […]

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Breaking News: The body of a woman has been found on Broken Bridges over Lake Hartwell in Toccoa.

Breaking News: The body of a woman has been found on Broken Bridges over Lake Hartwell in Toccoa. The woman’s body was reportedly found this morning by a passerby. Authorities are on the scene. Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley tells WNEG News they are actively investigating and no other information is available at this time. WNEG News will continue to […]

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Indians Teams Take Wins in Tournament

The Stephens County Indians boys and girls basketball teams picked up two wins each in the East Jackson Christmas tournament this past weekend. The Indian boys won two close games downing Elbert County 60-57 on Friday, and followed that with a 66-64 win over Loganville on Saturday afternoon. The Indians improve to an overall record of 6-9. The Stephens County […]

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Spurlock Signs with Air Force Academy

Pictured are: (Right of Hudson) – Mom Mollie (Left of Hudson) – Sister Riley, (Standing) – Dad Harrison.   Hudson Spurlock, the leading rusher this past season for the Stephen County Indians football team, will attend and play for the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, next year. In a signing ceremony last Friday, Spurlock says he always wanted […]

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