Bond was denied for former Cleveland car dealer Mitch Simpson at a hearing on Thursd
By Stephanie Hill
Cheever Meaders’ name is synonymous with famous folk pottery, but the play based in part on his life tells a story about much more.
By Wayne Hardy
Along Cleveland’s Wilford Ash Parkway, there are two stores within walking distance of each other, but with very different fates.
By Debbie Gilbert
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By Wayne Hardy
The Mountain Traveler is now accepting submissions for photography that could be featured on the cover of the magazine is spring 2019 edition.
The White County girls' soccer team still has some unfinished business left on the regular season schedule, but the Lady Warriors already know they will be playing next week when the Class AAAA playoffs kick off.
The White County High School competition cheer squad has four members on the 7-AAAA All-Region squad. WCHS team members, from left, Shayla Smallwood, McCall Chambers, Mia Beck and Laionna Middleton are among the 20 student-athletes named to the All-Region team.
The White County Warriors boys' golf team finished off spring break with a trip to the Hardaway Invitational in Columbus.
The Warriors were one of 26 teams from Georgia and Alabama to compete in the two-day tournament at Bull Creek Golf Course. Mountain Brook, Ala., won the event in impressive style, posting a two-round team total of 572 (4-under par), to win by 15 strokes.
Harold Spahr Riley of Cleveland, Georgia, passed away Saturday, March 2, 2019, at the age of 90.
Dr. Thomas Hutto, botanist, educator, poet, and outdoorsman passed away on Nov. 12, 2018, at his home in Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia.
Ruby Ash Nix passed away on March 6, 2019, at the age of 97 years. She was born to the late Joseph Marion Ash and Ila Mae Young Ash on Sept. 30, 1921, in White County.