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The Rabun County Civic Center on Saturday filled with people in lavish costumes and masks.

On a rainy Friday afternoon, local quilt artist Silke Cliatt — who recently had a quilt chosen for national competition — bustled into The Clayton Tribune with a big smile on her face.

CLAYTON — On Monday, thousands of people will gather at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School to witness a rare event — a transcontinental total solar eclipse.

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TIGER — Every team has one of those nights during which they simply can’t be stopped. For the Tallulah Falls Lady Indians, that night was Tuesday.

To the smell of hot dogs and hamburgers and to the sounds of “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Sandstorm,” spectators packed into Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium on Friday night to watch the Rabun County Wil

TIGER — It’s a Monday morning, the sounds of weights clanging can be heard echoing throughout the building.


Netherland “Neb” Ray Speed, 80, of Clayton, passed away Aug. 13, 2017.

Neb was born the son of the late Marlor Calvin Speed Sr. and late Amanda Norton Speed in 1937.

Furman Eugene “Gene” Vinson, 81, of Dillard, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017.

Joseph Lawrence “J.L.” Watts, 93, of Bridge Creek Road, Tiger, died Thursday, Aug. 2, 2017, at his daughter and son-in-law’s residence on Deerfield Drive, Clayton.

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