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Warriors Roll Over Chestatee 50-28

10/25/14 (CLEVELAND)- If you listened to the 1st half of  Friday  nights  game between White County and  Chestatee you probably thought oh no  not again, but on Senior Night the Warriors wouldn’t  bow down.  They used the  entire 2nd half  to turn things  around,  with Sam Turner scoring a 50 yard touchdown after a fumble recovery. A J Vandiver, another …

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Georgia’s First Lady Visits White County Schools

10-23-14 (Cleveland)- Georgia’s First Lady Sandra Deal made a couple of stops at White County Schools Thursday.   The first stop was at the White County  Head Start/ Pre-K   where she read to students, in the Pre-k  program.  Deal has been traveling all over the state during October in celebration of Georgia’s Pre-K month.  She said getting children to …

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White County Unemployment Rate 6.6 Percent

(ATLANTA)-The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday  that the preliminary unemployment rate for White County in September was 6.6 percent. That is down from the revised August rate of 7.3 percent.   The labor department in releasing the information said, the labor force  in White County in September was 13,415, of those 12,530 were employed and 885 were unemployed. The unemployment …

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Fall Color Peak Near

(Sautee)- It’s that time of year for the “Parade of Color” across northeast Georgia.  WRWH Weather reporter and veteran “Leaf Lookers” Bill Kinsland estimate the leaf color will peak somewhere around the first of November. Bill advises right now the Tulip Poplars have started to carpet the forest floors with their light gold leaves, the Hickories are coloring up rapidly …

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Cleveland Council Approves New Sign Regulations

(Cleveland)-  The Cleveland City Council has given unanimous approval to a new set of sign regulations for the city.  The regulations vary according to three districts, centered around the downtown square area.  The new regs define the size, height and different type of design as well as the  number of signs  allowed.  The approval was given Monday night during a …

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New Book Coming From Emory Jones

(Cleveland)- Local Author Emory Jones,  after several years  of work is about ready to offer his latest work, a historical fiction book.  The book,  “ The Valley Where They Danced”  is set right after World War One.    Jones who unveiled the new book cover at yesterday’ s  White County Rotary Club meeting told us about what’s in the book, …

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Update on Tuesday Single Vehicle Accident

10-22-14 By: Rob Moore (CLEVELAND) – The Georgia State Patrol has identified the woman airlifted from a White County wreck Tuesday morning.  Cpl. Dallas Van Scoten said he responded to the single-vehicle collision on Georgia 115 West near Kanady Road.   “The red Nissan Altima was being driven by Inderpreet Karu of Marietta,”  Van Scoten said. “The female driver was approximately …

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Serious Injuries In Highway 115 West Accident

(Cleveland)- The female driver of a single vehicle accident was  seriously injured  this morning after her vehicle ran off the road  west of  Cleveland and hit a tree.   The accident  reported just before 9 AM  on Highway 115 between Kanady  and Thomason Roads.  The diver was traveling west on highway 115,  exited the right side of the roadway and crashed …

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Revised Completion Date For Cleveland Bypass

10-21-14 Cleveland, Ga. – The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced  a revised completion date for  Phase One of the Cleveland Bypass.   GDOT spokeswoman Teri Pope  said they have been working diligently with Sunbelt Structures, the contractor for the project,  to finish Phase One of the Cleveland Bypass.  The new target completion date is now April 30th  next year.  Pope …

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Obstacles Encountered During Ravan Cliff Rescue

(HELEN) – Rescue personnel from several agencies participated in the rescue of an approximately  40- year old male hiker who fell at Raven Cliff Falls Sunday around 1:00 PM.   Helen Fire and Rescue Chief Lee Poteat said, the initial call said  “ the man fell 80 to 100 feet, but I think it was probably a little less than that.”   …

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