CLAYTON— Commissioners approved funding up to $6,740 for a new Peer Support Program that would benefit Rabun County Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Medical Services, 911 and Fire Services at their regu
TIGER— It’s the time of year when farmers are harvesting their crops and tilling the land for next year.
CLAYTON—Elected officials from Rabun County and its municipalities met for about 17 hours over two days last week to mediate a settlement of a Service Delivery Strategy (SDS) that has been in dispu
A 30-year-old Winder woman was convicted last week of two counts of Homicide by Vehicle in the 1st Degree, two counts of Homicide by Vehicle in the 2nd Degree, two counts of Serious Injury by Vehic
Special to The Clayton Tribune
CLAYTON—In the decades immediately following the Civil War, the city of Atlanta—and the entire state of Georgia—struggled to recover from the massive devastation wrought by four years of intense co
TIGER— Stekoa Creek, Chechero Street and Betty’s Creek are all names familiar to Rabun County residents, and the history behind these names can be found in the Cherokee culture that inhabited the a
CLAYTON— In a 3-1 vote, Clayton City Council members passed a motion at Tuesday’s council meeting to accept the city’s Master Plan as presented by Savannah-based consulting company TSW.
CLAYTON— Let the good times crawl in the fall for the 11th annual Clayton Crawl this Saturday, Sept. 21 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
CLAYTON—The Rabun County Tourism Development Authority (TDA) voted unanimously to change the terms of executive director Teka Earnhardt’s final compensation package in an unusual Sunday afternoon m