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Georgia families to benefit from COVID relief

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Georgia children and their families are set to benefit from a boost in funding for daycare centers and scholarships for struggling parents to cover child-care costs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sign thieves at work again

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The Rabun County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports regarding political yard signs being stolen, according to a statement from the RCSO. 

Benfield takes oath

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Lauren Benfield is sworn in as tax commissioner by Probate Judge Lillian Garrett on Monday. She begins her term in January.

Jones sworn in

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Probate Judge Hobie Jones is sworn in by Superior Court Judge Chan Caudell at the Rabun County Courthouse on Tuesday. 

Food Bank Christmas

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Sarah McKissack, left, Brenda Nash and James Brim, manager of the Food Bank Mountain Branch, pass out holiday treat bags at the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia on Monday.

Test results show high rate of spread

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Rabun County continues to have one of the highest rates of positives among those tested for COVID-19, which is a leading indicator of the rate of community spread, health officials say.

Rabun schools go to virtual learning

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TIGER--Rabun County Schools will implement virtual, distance-based learning for all instruction until the end of the year due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, officials announced this week.

'Into the Woods' performed at Rearden Theater

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"The show must go on" - it's a mantra the Rabun Gap arts department truly took to heart this season as they created and produced a one-of-a-kind musical experience in the midst of the COVID-19 pand