For a majority of his first term, Commissioner Stephen Arbitter was adamant about not seeking re-election to his Post 2 seat on the Rabun County Board of Commissioners.
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Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols, the keynote speaker at this year’s State of Rabun breakfast, pointed to one place — the state capital — to achieve the progress envisioned by Rabun C
On the heels of a five-week national operation that netted 239 foreign national arrests from coast to coast between Feb. 15 and March 21, U.S.
A week after the Georgia Department of Transportation debuted its plans to widen a section of Highway 441, the specifics are still leaving many Rabun County residents, business owners and politicia
Bathed in the glow of white stage lights, three young ladies held hands on the stage of the Rabun County High School Fine Arts Building awaiting the crowning of the 2016 Rabun Idol.