White County’s land-use ordinance may soon expand into another dimension – by traveling through time.
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White County High School was once again recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as an AP Challenge School and an AP STEM School.
White County High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian were honored Feb. 27 at a Val-Sal breakfast at the high school.
A Pickens County man was sentenced to seven years – a minimum of four in prison – for two counts of involuntary manslaughter in White County’s Superior Court Feb. 21.
Christie Taylor has been selected as the White County STAR student for 2017. She chose White County Middle School teacher Tim Mayo as the STAR teacher.
Helen’s city commission showed city manager Jerry Elkins its grateful support by unanimously voting to renew his contract with the city for seven more years at its Feb. 21 meeting.
Cleveland city officials celebrated Georgia’s Arbor Day on Feb. 17 by reaffirming the town’s status as a “Tree City USA” and taking steps toward a greener future.
Little by little, a retired White County couple has transformed a wooded area in the northern part of the county into their own peaceful get away.
I nominate my mom, Karen Martin, for White County’s Mother of the Year because, she loves her children even when we’re not all that loveable.
I would like to nominate my grandmother, Nellie Elizabeth Brooks (Nana), as Mom of the Year.