GHSA Approves Schools to Start Conditioning…with Restrictions

The Georgia High School Association Board of Trustees met this afternoon and approved member schools to begin conditioning programs on June 8th for Fall sports with the following requirements: 1) Workouts are conditioning only, no balls or sport specific equipment. 2) Member schools should prepare an Infectious Disease Prevention Plan prior to staff and athletes returning for conditioning. 3) It […]

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Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce and WNEG Radio’s Political Forum

The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce and WNEG Radio’s Political Forum was held on Monday, May 11. To listen to the program and hear from the Republican candidates for the State Senate District 50 seat and the Stephens County Sheriff click here. The candidates answer questions submitted to the Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce. Republican candidates for the District 50 […]

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UPDATED DAILY…Announcements Related to Covid-19

Out of caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19, several local agencies have announced changes with group activities, including schools, government, organizations, businesses and courts in Toccoa-Stephens County and surrounding area. Schools The Class of 2020 Graduation Commencement Ceremony is scheduled for July 17, 2020.  However, they understand that some seniors will need diplomas before this date.  If graduating seniors need […]

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Woerner, Kinsey, Headed to NFL

Two football players that played high school football in this area of Northeast Georgia will now join the professional ranks with a shot in the NFL. UGA tight end Charlie Woerner was drafted on Saturday in the 6th round by last year’s Super Bowl runner-up, the San Francisco 49ers. Woerner was a do-everything standout on some of Rabun County’s best […]

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UPDATED DAILY… COVID-19 RELATED ANNOUNCEMENTS

Out of caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19, several local agencies have announced changes with group activities, including schools, government, organizations, businesses and courts in Toccoa-Stephens County and surrounding area. Schools STEPHENS COUNTY SCHOOLS INFO: May 4th: Will begin the final week for new assignments/material. May 8th: All students work is due. Principals will provide a drop of schedule […]

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UPDATED DAILY…Community Adjustments/Closings/Cancellation

Out of caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19, several local agencies have announced modifications of group activities, in Toccoa-Stephens County and surrounding area. SCHOOLS -ALL K-12 Public schools in Georgia are closed by Executive Order of the Governor through the remainder of the school year. – North Georgia Technical College announces that exclusive online instruction will be extended through the […]

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UPDATED DAILY…Covid-19 Closings-Cancellations-Postponements

Out of caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19, several local agencies have announced cancellations of group activities, in Toccoa-Stephens County and surrounding area. Schools -ALL K-12 Public schools in Georgia are closed by Executive Order of the Governor through the remainder of the school year. – North Georgia Technical College announces that exclusive online instruction will be extended through the […]

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Daily Update Closings-Cancellations-Postponements

Out of caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19, several local agencies have announced cancellations of group activities, in Toccoa-Stephens County and surrounding area. Schools -ALL K-12 Public schools in Georgia are closed by Executive Order of the Governor through the remainder of the school year. – North Georgia Technical College announces that exclusive online instruction will be extended until April […]

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Dragons Rough Up SCHS-Games Halted

The Jefferson Dragons scored runs in every inning but the third in defeating the Stephens County Indians 15-2 Thursday night at the Reservation. Jefferson scored seven runs off of starter Jordan Page in four and two-third innings. Ian Rumsey and Issac McCollum finished out the game on the mound. The Indians scored their only two runs in the second inning […]

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Jefferson Reliever No-Hits Indians

It is not often that a relief pitcher pitches a complete game no-hitter, but it happened in Jefferson on Tuesday night. Jefferson’s JJ Rapp started the game throwing 7 straight balls and had to leave the game with what looked like a shoulder injury-enter Jackson Perry who proceeded to shut down the Indians through the next 7 innings leading the […]

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