Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Rabun County EMS Paramedics David Jones, left, and Jon Wilbanks decontaminate the back of an ambulance with a spray disinfectant at Station 1 before responding to a call. All ambulances and equipment are brought to the station to be decontaminated after every call as part of safety measures during an uptick in coronavirus cases in the county.

Majority of EMS calls now relate to COVID-19 as virus surges through Rabun County

The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone in one way or another.  With infections rising in record numbers every day, emergency medical personnel have been on the front lines helping others at a great risk to their own health because of…

Spans of the Past (Lake Living Spring 2020)

A Toccoa landmark is about to receive new life, as the Broken Bridges area in Toccoa is set to become a focal point of a 10-mile waterway trek. Broken Bridges over the Tugaloo River arm of Lake Hartwell has been a landmark along the Georgia/South Carolina border for well over 140 years. The...

Lake Living Spring 2020: Events Calendar

FRANKLIN    Friday, June 12, 7-9 p.m., Main Street Music featuring Second Time Around in downtown Lavonia at the Gazebo.    Friday, June 26, 8:30-10 p.m., Movies Under the Stars, “Up,” at Lavonia Memorial Park.    Saturday, June 27,...

Color the Sky (Lake Living Spring 2020)

Imagine looking up into the sky and watching a parade of hot air balloons.  It’s a spectacle that draws thousands of people to northeast Georgia. The Helen to the Atlantic Balloon Race & Festival, launched in 1974, takes place...

Step-by-Step Guide to new elections equipment in Rabun County

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Rabun County Board of Elections 

19 Jo Dotson Circle, Suite 201 
Clayton, GA 30525 

Office: 706-782-1878
Fax: 706-782-3754

Presidential Preference Primary

Day of Election - March 24, 2020
Early Voting - March 2, 2020 thru March 20, 2020
Saturday Voting - 9am-4pm on March 14, 2020
Absentee Ballots - mail beings February 4, 2020 



Stockton decommits from South Carolina


Among the nation’s most prized college prospects, Rabun County High quarterback Gunner Stockton announced Tuesday afternoon on Twitter he has decommitted from the University of South Carolina.