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Local Construction Firm Gives Scholarships to NGTC Photography Students

CLARKESVILLE – Ron Cantrell of Ron Cantrell Construction, Inc. (RCC-I) recently presented seven North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) photography students with scholarships for their work documenting one of the company’s recent projects. The students from NGTC’s Photography Department traveled to the campus of Tallulah Falls School (TFS) to photograph the multi-million dollar renovation of Tallulah Falls School Upper School Academic …

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Warriors Win Playoff Spot With 40-14 Win Over North Hall

11/8/14 (CLEVELAND)- White County Warriors left North Hall in their dust at the Brick Yard, Friday night, on the Trojan’s senior night clenching a playoff birth. The Warriors kept North Hall from connecting through the 2nd, 3rd, and final quarter for a  final score of 40-14.   Touchdowns were flying on White County’s side, with  A.J Vandiver and Maurice Sutton …

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Outdoor Chimney Fire Prompts Fire Safety Reminder

11/7/14 (Cleveland)- White County firefighters were dispatched to a residential fire Thursday night around 10:45 PM.  Fire department spokeswoman Ana Newberry said, the call was at 425 Highway 255 south.  When fire units arrived they discovered the fire  was in an outdoor fireplace, by a pool. Newberry said, White County Fire Chief Norman Alexander advised that apparently there was a …

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84-Year Old Woman Killed In Accident At Her Home

11/7/14 (Cleveland)- White County Corner Ricky Barrett reports that an 84 year old White County woman was killed in an accident at her home south of Cleveland Thursday afternoon. Barrett said,  Dorothy “ Dot” Rogers had pulled into the carport of her home, on Old Highway 75  South of Cleveland, thought the vehicle was in park and started to exit …

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White County Constitutional Officers Announce Statewide Scholarship Opportunity

11/7/14 The Constitutional Officers of White County –Clerk of Courts Dena M. Adams, Sheriff Neal Walden, Probate Judge Garrison Baker and Tax Commissioner Cindy Cannon – are pleased to announce a scholarship contest for Georgia high school seniors and current college undergraduates.  Each year, the Constitutional Officer’s Association of Georgia (COAG) offers Georgia students a chance to win scholarships.  This …

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Sheriff Walden To Run For Reelection

11/6/14 (Cleveland)- We have just completed the mid term election process and as many people  talk about the latest campaign  there is  one  White County public servant who is eyeing the 2016 election.  White County Sheriff Neal Walden  has  made it official he will seek reelection.   Walden said, “ twenty-sixteen is a good bit away, however you and I …

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Scam Notice For HEMC Customers

11/6/14 (Clarkesville)- A new scam is operating in the area, Habersham Electric Membership Corporation  has been notified that some members have received telephone calls stating their power would be disconnected immediately unless they provided a credit card number for payment. Susan Baker, Member Care Program Manager with Habersham Electric advises this is a scam and she said,  “Members should hang …

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Collins Wins Re-election

11/5/14 (GAINESVILLE) – Ninth District  Congressman Doug Collins won re-election to a second term in the United States House of Representatives.  Tuesday night the congressman  said, “I’m grateful for the tens of thousands of Northeast Georgians who made their voices heard tonight. Since you first hired me to work for you in Congress two years ago, I’ve listened to what …

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Helen Commission To Explore Further Fire Truck Purchase

11/5/14 By: Rob Moore  (HELEN) – Helen leaders want to make sure they look into the future before spending more than $600,000 on a new fire truck.  The city recently received three bids for a combination rescue pumper for Helen Fire Department. Those bids were separated by about $100,000.  During a meeting Tuesday , City Manager Jerry Elkins said, the …

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Yes, To Land Use And Education Tax Exemption

11/5/14 (Cleveland)- White County voters have given thumbs up to Land Use and a Education tax Homested Exemption for some elderly citizens as a result of the voting in the general election.  Following the tabulation of votes from voting Tuesday, early voting and absentee votes the Land Use issue received 52.8 percent of the votes compared to 47  percent who …

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