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Congressman Collins Holds Town Hall Meetings

(GAINESVILLE)-    Congressman Doug Collins will hold three public town hall meetings this month.  All residents of Georgia’s 9th Congressional District are invited to attend any or all of these three meetings.  The first meeting will be in Fannin County August 14th at Fannin High School Performing Arts Center in  Blue Ridge, from 6-7 PM.  The second meeting will be …

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Six Citations Issued During Road Checks

(Cleveland)- The White County Sheriff’s office advises that six people were arrested over the weekend as a result of road checks conducted by officers in various parts of the county.    Captain Tim Chapman, with the sheriff’s office said one person was arrested for Driving Under the Influence while the others were cited for driving with  no or suspended license. …

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County and City officials hold meetings

(Cleveland)- The White County Board of Commissioners will hold a combined work session and regular meeting Monday  at 4:30 PM.   The commissioners have on the agenda for today several road department items, including the resurfacing of Paradise Valley Road, with the project to be bid next Spring. Also the commissioners will consider reallocation of funds in the fire department to …

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Record Low Temps Wednesday

07/31/2014 (Sautee)-  White County folks woke up Wednesday morning and possibly  reached for their blankets and comforters!  Early morning temperatures  around the county broke several all-time records, according to WRWH weather reporter Bill Kinsland. The morning  low temperature  in Cleveland  of 51 degrees  broke the previous record low for the date set on July 30th, 2005  when the mercury bottomed …

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Record Low Temps Thursday Morning

(ATLANTA)- Unusually cool air, for this time of the year, settled in across north Georgia  Wednesday morning, with record temperatures set in Gainesville,  Atlanta and Macon.     Temperatures in the north Georgia mountains Wednesday  morning dipped into the upper 40’s and low 50’s.  Blairsville recorded a low of 47, Blue Ridge 49, Tiger 50 and we had 51 in Cleveland.   …

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Weekend Back-to-School Event Successful

Church officials say a weekend back to school event was a great success.  Saturday Saint Paul United Methodist Church  of Lumpkin County gave away School Supplies, Clothes, Food and Free Haircuts to folks in need in Northeast Georgia. This was  their  5th Annual Back to School Blessing, and  pastor David Bost said, “ we were able to help 237 Children …

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Hope Drive to Temporarily Close

Photo Dean Dyer

The Georgia Department of Transportation says Hope Drive in Cleveland will be closed for about 15 days, beginning today (07/28), as the grade of the road is raised by 12 feet.  The contractor is required to complete the work and reopen the road by August 11th. Harold Mull, GDOT District Construction Engineer, said, “With such a significant grade change, traffic …

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Renovations at Unicoi and Amicalola

State officials say the renovations of two state lodges in the Northeast Georgia mountains – Unicoi and Amicalola – are expected to be completed by Fall. Unicoi Lodge, which opened in 1973, is now undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation to refurbish the main building, which includes 100 guestrooms. The work also includes redesigning all 30 of the Lodge’s cabins. Earlier …

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Second Day for LifeFlight Helicopter in Cleveland

For the second afternoon in a row a medical helicopter was called to transport a patient  in Cleveland, to the hospital.   Friday afternoon a  helicopter was summoned by White County Emergency Medical personnel to transport a possible stroke patient to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. Cleveland Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt said the patient had been dismissed from the hospital earlier  in …

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Fire Victim Transported to Atlanta Hospital

A White County man was transported by helicopter to Grady Hospital in Atlanta  Thursday afternoon after receiving burns over approximately 40 percent of his body. Cleveland Police Chief John Foster said the man, believed to be in his mid to late 40’s was burning items at his home  in the county and fell into the burn pit. A female, believed …

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