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Three Cleveland Anglers Among Top Finishers In Lanier Weekend Tournament

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2/20/17 (GAINESVILLE)-   Tyler Morgan of Columbus, Georgia, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 16 pounds,15 ounces, Saturday to win the first T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Bulldog Division tournament of 2017 on Lake Lanier. For his win, Morgan took home $5,214. “I’m not extremely familiar with Lanier, but I was fishing up the river,” said Morgan, who earned his ... Read More »

Drug Charges Filed Against Two Cleveland Residents

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2/18/17 (Cleveland)-  Two separate month long investigations has led to the arrest of two  Cleveland  residents.  Special Agent in Charge of the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office, Mitchell Posey reported Friday that  the White County Sheriff’s Office, Cleveland Police Department and ARDEO agents  arrested the  two  and charged them with distribution of methamphetamine. Both cases were initiated because of tips ... Read More »

Lost Hiker Located After Over Two Hour Search

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2/16/17 (Cleveland)- An unidentified hiker was located after he became lost in Northern White County Wednesday afternoon.  David Murphy, White County Public Safety Director said Thursday, White County 9-1-1 was contacted around 4 PM Wednesday by a male hiker who had driven to US Forest Road 79, Tray Mountain Road in  northern White County.   The hiker started walking about ... Read More »

Cleveland Council Approves Hardship Variance For Shared Business And Residential Use

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2/15/17 (Cleveland)- A hardship variance request by a downtown Cleveland business owner has led to the City of Cleveland deciding  they need to look at developing an ordinance that would allow  shared business and residential use in the same building.  Monday night the council addressed a request from business owner Lori Worrell, of Sweet Things, on the square to allow ... Read More »

Easton Cain Family Issues Message To White County


2/15/17 (Cleveland)- It’s been almost a month since the tragic accident in Cleveland that took the life of 3-year old Easton Cain, in the Ingles parking lot.  It’s been a time of hurting and healing for the Cain family.  Now the family has released a special message to White County Residents.  An email from Ricky and Stephanie Abernathy and the ... Read More »

Two Arrested On Drug Charges In Habersham County

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2/15/17 (Cleveland)- This past weekend a drug investigation involving the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office  and the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement (ARDEO) led to the arrest of  some drug suspect.  Mitchell Posey, Special Agent in Charge of ARDEO said in a news release,  Brett Christian Breedlove  of Clarkesville was arrested after marijuana and methadone was found during a traffic stop conducted ... Read More »

White County Author Emory Jones, “The Valley Where They Danced,” Headed For The Stage

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2/14/17 (Demorest)-  White County author Emory Jones is adapting his historical novel, “The Valley Where They  Danced,” into a play—and you are invited to help. The Piedmont College summer ensemble, North Georgia Theatre, will perform the play in June, and will hold a “read through” of the script at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 23, at the college’s Swanson  Center Mainstage in ... Read More »

Women’s Basketball Prepares for Think Pink Night


2/13/17   CLEVELAND | The Truett McConnell women’s basketball team is getting ready for its final game in the Bear Cave against Point University, a game that will serve at “Think Pink” Night. The team will be taking donations to go towards cancer research. The team will also honor Brecklynn Allgood at the conclusion of the contest against the Skyhawks. ... Read More »

TMU Participates in 2017 Night to Shine

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2/11/17 CLEVELAND | Truett McConnell University and the athletic department joined forces to volunteer at the Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine event in Cleveland at Union Grove Church and in Gainesville at Hopewell Baptist Church Friday night. The event was hosted worldwide in 375 host churches, all 50 states and 11 different countries.Students and student-athletes volunteered by helping out ... Read More »

White County Warriors Fall To Marist In First Set Of Regional Finals


2/11/17 (Cleveland)- White county varsity Boys basketball team fell to Marist  Friday  night in 7-AAAA  Region Finals. What started out promising for the Warriors; ended with a  20 point difference at the buzzer with a final score of 29 to 49 in favor of Marist. Six minutes into the first quarter White County scored  with a 3 point shot, but it ... Read More »