Due to a planned bridge repair project, White County Public Works will have to close two sections of New Bridge Road for about six weeks this fall, beginning on Oct. 15.
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The White County Board of Education will spend $100,000 to repair the school system’s cannery, which closed this year because of safety concerns over needed updates to the steam system.
Eric Bentley, a Cleveland resident, was appointed this week to the position of assistant director of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ State Parks and Historic Sites Division.
The “trash talk” continued at the Oct. 1 meeting of the White County Board of Commissioners.
“Read my lips: No new taxes.”
President George H.W. Bush famously uttered those words, then inevitably took criticism later on when there were, in fact, new taxes.
Tired of just standing on the banks of Yonah Preserve’s lake, holding a fishing pole? Here’s good news: Later this month, you may be able to actually put a boat into the water.
With so much going on in the news these days, it’s easy to forget that a major mid-term election is coming up on Nov. 6.
Our public lands – including Georgia’s state parks – enrich our lives in so many ways. And on Saturday, Sept. 29, you’ll have a chance to show your appreciation.
The White County Board of Education received a slate of recommendations on school safety at its Tuesday, Sept. 25, meeting.
It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got it do it. The question is, who?