Pursuant to the state open records law, Tennessee Code Ann. section 10-7-503 to 10-7-512; 10-7-701 to 10-7-702; 10-8-101 to 10-8-103 Open Records Act allows for www.fetchyournews.com to obtain and post the arrest records of any and all individuals arrested in Polk County, Tennessee. Those arrests are posted on www.fetchyournews.com for your viewing pleasure. Please remember that all individuals listed have been arrested and charged, however, they are presumed innocent until guilt has been proven in a court of law. [Read more »]
The Georgia Open Records Act (O.C.G.A. 50-18-70) allows for www.fetchyournews.com to obtain and post the arrest records of any and all individuals arrested in Fannin County. Those arrests are posted on www.fetchyournews.com for viewing pleasure. Please remember that all individuals listed have been arrested and charged, however, they are presumed innocent until guilt has been proven in a court of law. [Read more »]
Fannin County High School's new head football coach search has been vigorously underway. To this date, FCHS has received over 90 applicants for the position. The administration hopes to begin the coaching search next week, and is still on pace to meet the original projection of early spring semester for having the position filled.
The Fannin County High School Rebels wrestling team hosted the Union County and Murphy NC teams in a Tri-Dual Meet. The two seniors from the 2013-14 season, Blake Carroll and Matthew Seabolt, were honored as well. Murphy was mangled 54-24, in a Rebels rout, followed by a 63-18 pounding of the Panthers of Union.
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We strive to provide the most accurate and up to date inspection information. If you have any questions or comments about a specific inspection or about Environmental Health programs in general, please call the local office: Fannin County Environmental Health 95 Ouida St., Blue Ridge, GA 30513 (706) 632-3024.
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It was Mr. Ben Arp’s speech at the Fannin County High School’s Veteran’s Day program that triggered an idea for someone in the audience. “Never underestimate the power of a note or a card to a soldier, especially during this time of year” he said. With those words, a few citizens in Fannin County felt they should do their civic duty and round up cards to send to the Red Cross for their Holiday Mail for Heroes project.
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