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.
By Billy Chism
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.
Some people naturally attract children. Children have a special ability to sense positive character qualities in adults. Kids of all ages love my mom.
I love my mother so very much. She means everything to me.
She always has a smile on her face. She loves everyone. She does not see their faults, only the good.
The Class AAAA basketball tournament starts this weekend and the White County Warriors are part of the field.
The White County Warriors continued the hot start to the 2015-16 high school basketball season with three wins in five days.
The wins over Towns County, Marist and Lumpkin County pushed the Warriors’ record to 7-1.
White County High School has new home address in the Georgia High School Association’s classification.
WCHS officials found out Tuesday afternoon the school will be moving to Region 7-AAAA next fall. The new region consists of just six teams, including a pair of private schools.
Julius Westmoreland of Cleveland passed away on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. He was 78.
Mr. Westmoreland was born on Aug. 22, 1938, in Cleveland, to the late Aaron and Marie Westmoreland. He was a truck driver, and a member of Mt. View Baptist Church.
Martha Elizabeth Bailey Hall, 78, of Dahlonega, passed away Friday, Feb. 17, 2017.
Funeral services for Martha are scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, at the Banister Funeral Home Chapel in Dahlonega.
A private burial at Dahlonega Memorial Park will be held at a later date.
Mrs. Betty Ann Pardue of Cleveland passed away Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. She was 77.
Mrs. Pardue was born in Habersham County on July 11, 1939, to the late Walter Palmer and Oma Mae Hicks Palmer. She worked for a number of years with Orbit Manufacturing.