LATEST NEWS & FEATURES

Garden to-dos for mid September

It's coming! In just a few days we mark the end of summer and the beginning of fall. Are you ready? More importantly, is...

Weekend Forecast: Damp

After last weekend's absolutely beautiful weather it is only fitting that we return to what we've seen so much of this summer: damp. The remnants...

Revised voting rights bill rolled out in U.S. Senate, with Manchin on board

WASHINGTON (GA Recorder) — Senate Democrats on Tuesday unveiled a revamped voting rights bill that would expand voter registration as well as create nonpartisan...

Organist Nikolai Peek to perform in worship and recital at First Baptist Cornelia, Sept....

Accomplished organist Nikolai Peek will be the musical guest of First Baptist Church Cornelia on Sunday, September 19, during worship at 11 a.m., then...

Searching for hope

Man can live about forty days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air, but only for one second without hope. -Hal Lindsey How...

Georgia’s college-bound students hit SAT highs despite pandemic turmoil

(GA Recorder) — Georgia’s class of 2021 showed significant increases in their SAT scores and performed better than the national average, though significantly fewer...

Cornelia searching for new Ward One commissioner following Dodd’s passing

Two weeks after the passing of City of Cornelia Commissioner Wesley Dodd, the Ward One Commissioner position is now open for applications. Following Dodd's sudden...

Boil Water Advisory in effect for some Clarkesville water customers

The City of Clarkesville Water Department has issued a Boil Water Advisory for residents in the area of Highway 197 North between Sutton Place...

Videos

Tallulah Falls School Remembers: 20 years after the 9/11 attacks

The Tallulah Falls School community commemorated the 20-year anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks this week. A number of faculty and staff members appeared in a video that was broadcast to students on September...

Biden lays out plan to mandate vaccines or testing for millions of workers

WASHINGTON — Millions of U.S. government workers, contractors, and healthcare workers will be required to get vaccinated under a new national strategy to combat COVID-19. In addition, businesses with 100 or more employees will...

Lady Indians run win streak to five in comeback win over Hart

The MS Lady Indians volleyball extended its win streak to five in a 2-1 comeback win at home against Hart County on Thursday evening. The A-Team won in three sets after falling in the...

Obituaries

Philip Henry D’Entremont

Memorial Mass for Philip Henry D'Entremont, age 96 of Clarkesville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, at St. Mark...

Bennie Smith

James “Richard” Morris

Jean Bieder (Green)

Linda Ann Mauldin Gailey

Sports

Senior TFS soccer standout Kat Williams selected to Cayman Islands National Team

Senior Tallulah Falls soccer standout Katriona Williams of Georgetown, Cayman Islands, was chosen to participate in the U20 Female National Team. Williams is representing the...

New swim organization forming at TFS natatorium

A new swim organization is forming at Tallulah Falls School. Initially, Tallulah Falls Aquatics will offer competitive club swimming for community youth ages 8-18. Interested families...

New club swim coach in place at TFS

A new coach is in place to lead a competitive club swim program at Tallulah Falls School. Harrison Butler will serve as head coach...
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