CLAYTON— There’s no place like home and after serving almost eight years as the Rabun County Library Manager, Stephanie Howard is moving back to her hometown of Pickens County, S.C.
DILLARD—For 23 years, the Dillard Bluegrass and Barbecue Benefit Festival has been playing to packed houses.
Yet it may be one of the community’s best-kept secrets.
CLAYTON—Broderick Crawford can often be found at his painting easel in the front window of the art gallery he operates on Main Street with his wife Michele, working on his latest wildlife painting.
TIGER— Rabun County Schools will be back in session on Wednesday, August 7 with the addition of a fifth pre-kindergarten class.
TIGER— Rabun County Schools took a hands-on approach to student safety at a training day for bus drivers at the Rabun County Board of Education on Thursday, July 25.
DILLARD—After 90 years of serving customers in Rabun County, Georgia’s smallest hydroelectric generating plant has finally earned a rest.
SKY VALLEY— Sky Valley is joining cities across the country on Tuesday, August 6 by hosting its first National Night Out (NNO) event from 4-6 p.m. at the City Pavilion.
CLAYTON—A local non-profit group launched a capital campaign last week to raise funds for a new home for Boys Scouts, Girls Scouts and other youth organizations in Rabun County.
CLAYTON— Keeping the rural character of Rabun County and fixing dilapidated housing were listed as key priorities for Rabun County at the Rabun County Joint Comprehensive Plan meeting at the Civic
CLAYTON — Anthony Lampros carried the torch. Guy Gober carried the flag.