Wilkinson Appointed to Committee by Donald Trump

From WNEG Radio, Toccoa 50th District State Senator John Wilkinson said he is honored to serve on the Agricultural Advisory Committee formed by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. On Tuesday, the Trump campaign named Wilkinson as one of the 65 men and women on the Agricultural Advisory Committee, joining other Georgians including current Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black and former Georgia […]

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Grow-Cook-Eat Tour Continues Tomorrow

The next installment of the Rabun County Grow-Cook-Eat tour is set for tomorrow. During this tour, Rabun County agri-businesses Timpson Creek Millworks, Timpson Creek Farm, Farmhouse at Persimmon, Wollfork Valley Farms, and Moonshine Distillery will be featured. There will also be a demonstration at the teaching kitchen located inside the new Food Bank of Northeast Georgia building on Highway 441. […]

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Downtown Business Subject to Burglary

A burglary was reported in Clayton. When speaking to Investigator Matthew Thomas of the Clayton Police Department, he said in the early morning hours of August 11th someone broke into Clarks on Main using a crowbar. A large amount of was taken and that this investigation is still ongoing. If you have any information regarding the crime please call the […]

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Rabun Sheriff’s Provide Update on Former K9 officer

Nearly a month has passed since the announcement was made that the Rabun County Sheriff’s Office was suspending their K9 program until the next Sheriff’s administration takes over in 2017, so they choose to bring it back. Some concern was also raised during this time, as to where the dogs would go once the program announced its suspension. Sheriff Frank […]

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Habersham Accident Claims A Life

From WNEG Radio, Toccoa. Authorities said that a fatal one vehicle motor vehicle accident on Monday in Habersham County took the life of a Toccoa man. According to the Toccoa post of the Georgia State Patrol, 64-year-old Paul Jonathan Tubbs of Toccoa was killed in the accident on Georgia Highway 365 South Monday morning. It occurred at about 6:08 a.m. […]

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Changes Happening at Clayton Wastewater Plant

A change is coming within the city of Clayton. It has been announced that the chief operator of the wastewater plant for the city of Clayton, Matthew Speed, has announced that he will explore other opportunities to further his career following ten years of service to the city. “Our chief operator at the wastewater treatment plant has given us a […]

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Clayton Police Investigating Burglary

A burglary has been reported in Clayton. On August 11, a resident of McDonough reported to the Clayton Police Department that his vehicle had been broken into in the parking lot of Ingles located on Highway 441 in Clayton, and that a firearm was missing. According to assistant Chief of Police for the city of Clayton, Ryan Hamilton, surveillance video […]

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Clayton City Council and DDA to meet Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the third Wednesday of August, which means that two Clayton agencies will hold their monthly meetings. First, the downtown development authority of Clayton will meet at 2PM. On the agenda includes follow-ups from the July meeting involving the vacant lot at old city hall, car chargers, and by-laws. Signage and branding will also be discussed during the meeting. […]

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City Employees Change E-mail Addresses.

The City of Clayton has upgraded their contact information to better serve the residents of the city. Earlier this year, the city of Clayton elected to begin working with a local company, Boaz Media and Network solutions out of Blairsville, to serve their IT needs, as well as to upgrade technology within city hall. With it, comes a new email […]

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Will Clayton Have Decorations On Poles This Year?

The City of Clayton looks to make changes in the way that they display decorations. Clayton City Manager Cissy Henry explains the situation behind the city of Clayton, and Georgia Power. “It was about a year ago that we were notified from Georgia Power that we could no longer put decorations on the poles, because they were not engineered to […]

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