Former Toccoa resident Thomas L. Watson will talk about his life Oct. 17.

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Some stories you'll find in the most recent edition of The Toccoa Record. Subscribe by clicking the link at the top of the page to access all of the newspaper's content every week. • Watson to share life story. • McIntosh to judge art show. •…

SCHS students learn leadership skills.


    Twenty students at Stephens County High School are developing leadership skills through a program sponsored by Chick-fil-A.

Home and business seminar coming to The Ritz.


    Main Street Toccoa and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) are joining together to present Home & Business Essentials, a free seminar focusing on a variety of different quali

Bohannons notch Farm Bureau awards.


Bobby Gunter and Randy Ruff present the D2 Young Farmer and Rancher Achievement Award to Matt and Chelsea Bohannon of Stephens County (middle).  They were recognized for their accomplishments in pr

Mountain Traveler: Wet your whistle at Whistle Top Brew Co.

For several years, Whistle Top Brew Co. has been a permanent fixture in the facade of downtown Cornelia, offering patrons a laid-back hub where they can wet their whistle, pair it with some grub and enjoy that weekend’s lineup of live entertainment. Wet your whistle at Whistle Top Brew Co....

Mountain Traveler: Be Impressed by Rabun Bald

According to Native American legend, Rabun Bald is inhabited by fire-breathing demon people, and some campers still report hearing strange sounds at night. But the spectacular views from the summit stretching more than 100 miles on a clear day are no myth. Rabun Bald, with an elevation...

Mountain Judicial Circuit receives Task Force award


    The Georgia Commission on Family Violence (GCFV) presented its Task Force of the Year Award to the Mountain Judicial Circuit Family Violence Task Force at the 25th Annual Family Violence Confer