Lake Hartwell to host Pre-July 4 Celebration this Weekend

This weekend will mark Lake Hartwell’s Annual Pre-4th Celebration. Cristine Blomberg of the Hart County Chamber says there will be plenty to do this weekend. “It’s an annual tradition,” said Blomberg. “There’s several different components that include Dancing on Depot, which is Friday night. The Pre-4th Festival on Saturday, the YMCA Lake Hartwell triathlon and it all ends with the […]

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NGTC to offer New Scholarship After Donation from WoodmenLife

WoodmenLife Cornelia Chapter 553 recently donated $500 to the North Georgia Technical College Foundation’s General Scholarship Fund. NGTC will use the donation to fund a general scholarship and students with a documented financial need can apply. The application deadline for the WoodmenLife scholarship is July 20. Applications are available by contacting 706-754-7714 or emailing cbrown@northgatech.edu. Another available scholarship that is […]

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Stephens Co. Historical Museum Introduces Native American Exhibit

The Stephens County Historical Museum announces a new exhibit that features some of the oldest history in the county, replicating a Cherokee Village known as Estatoe Village. Executive Director of the Historical Museum and Historical Society Brenda Carlan said that this exhibit brings more information about a topic that the museum didn’t have before. “Our local history, information and exhibits […]

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GA Joins Coalition to Request EPA to Preserve Protection of Water Resources

Charles Anthony Attorney General Chris Carr  announced yesterday that Georgia has joined a 20-state coalition in requesting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to preserve the role of the States in protecting our nation’s water resources. The coalition filed its letter Monday as part of the EPA’s ongoing review of its 2015 rule defining “waters of the United States” (the […]

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