• Violent gang member apprehended in Fannin County

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – A police chase ended with the detainment of the suspect involved. The Fannin County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest after becoming involved in the chase shortly after midnight on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Fannin County Sheriff’s Deputy Jared Wood noticed a green Nissan Pathfinder traveling south on Ga. 2 with a brake […]

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  • 182 lbs. of Pop Tabs Wins FFA 9th Place in Region Competition

    Pictured:  (front row) Judd Watson, Emily Qinn, Alexis Ware, Shelby Postell, Emelee Thomas.  (middle row) Jesse Patterson, Asher Patterson, Cainan Patterson, Aaron Walden, Zachary Couch, Tayelor Long, Kat Mathus, Cracie Rogers, Kayla Hipp, Andrew Born.  (back row) Dakota Burk, Zachary Franklin, Mateo Sexton, Montanta Person, Tori Welch, Hannah Payne, Madison Mitchum, Brittany Norton, Brian Wingate. […]

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  • TVA Employees Donate $5,000 for Fannin County Robotics Programs

    Charles Spencer, representing Tennessee Valley Authority, Erik Brinke, representing Blue Ridge Mountain EMC, and David Lewis, representing Tri-State EMC presented a check for $5,000 to Robert Ensley from the Fannin County School System.  The $5,000 donation was made by the employees of Tennessee Valley Authority.  The purpose of the donation is to fund robotics education […]

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  • Head of Judicial Watchdog Agency Resigns

    By Elaine Owen, Editor of Fannin Sentinel  Facing at least one formal ethics complaint, the judge who chairs the state Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC) resigned from the agency Friday. Brenda Weaver, chief Superior Court judge of the Appalachian Circuit and chairwoman of the JQC since April, announced her resignation in an email to her six fellow commission […]

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  • Reminder of Driving Rules When Meeting School Buses

    As students return to school, the Georgia Department of Education and State School Superintendent Richard Woods are urging motorists to use caution when approaching a school bus and to brush up on the law regarding passing a bus. According to Georgia law, vehicles traveling in BOTH directions must stop when a school bus activates its […]

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  • Feed Fannin Presents a Class on Herbs

    That weed you see may be a plant or herb valued for its healing qualities. You can learn more about native and garden plants and their medicinal qualities by attending Feed Fannin’s class on herbs on August 6th at 10:00 a.m. at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church located at 823 Forge Mill Road in […]

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  • Mary Kay Bacallao Republican Candidate for Georgia U.S. Senate “Your vote can send her to D.C. to protect the people of Georgia from an out of control federal government”

    Dr. Mary Kay Bacallao will challenge a long time incumbent U.S. Senator in the Georgia Republican primary on May 24th.  Are you are looking for a legislator who will read the bills and vote in light of the U.S. and Georgia Constitutions?  Mary Kay Bacallao has read the bills as a citizen activist and a […]

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  • Mr. Willis “Barney” Smith: Obituary

    Mr. Willis“Barney”Smith, age 93 of Turtletown, TN passed away Friday, February 12, 2016. Barney was born in Ducktown, TN to the late Lucius Napolean and Lula Bell Bradburn Smith. He was retired from the Tennessee Chemical Company where he had worked as a Crusher Operator. He was a member of the Croft’s Chapel United Methodist […]

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