PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


  • Wines of the World (9/12/2013)

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  • Wines of the World
  • Pickens High School 2013 Homecoming Court Representatives Announced (9/10/2013)

    CONGRATULATIONS to the 2013 Homecoming Court Representatives! 9th Grade Hunter Harrington Autumn Young 10th Grade Meredith Miller Taylor Parker Sydney Romine 11th Grade Kym Elrod Mikaela Peters Paula Pickett Krista Williamson 12th Grade Sarah Ballard Tara Cindrick Allison R... more
  • Pickens High School 2013 Homecoming Court Representatives Announced
  • Schools In, Don't Be Out! (9/10/2013)

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  • Schools In, Don't Be Out!
  • Sharptop Strings Community Orchestra Opening for Young Actors Project Fall Performance (9/10/2013)
    October 13 at 2pm at Tater Patch Players Theater
    As residents of a beautiful mountain community we all take pride in what we do together! From the local Marble Festival to Jeepfest and especially our historical groups, Pickens County has so much to offer in the way of expanding our horizons. The local art community is thriving as well, and Sha... more
  • Sharptop Strings Community Orchestra Opening for Young Actors Project Fall Performance
  • TAWANNA WESSON WITH EDWARD JONES CUTS RIBBON (9/10/2013)

    As a financial advisor with Edward Jones, Tawanna Wesson believes it's important to invest her time in understanding what you're working toward before you invest your money. She can help determine the most appropriate financial strategies for you and your family. Having lived and worked in the P... more
  • TAWANNA WESSON WITH EDWARD JONES CUTS RIBBON
  • Time to Buy Trees, Shrubs and Perennials at the Jasper Farmers Market (9/10/2013)

    The best time for planting trees, shrubs, and perennials plants is in the fall; about now. The cooler temperatures and normally increased rainfall can help the roots become well established. The plants that become dormant over the winter can put all of their energy into growing roots instead of le... more
  • Time to Buy Trees, Shrubs and Perennials at the Jasper Farmers Market
  • Two additional arrests in death investivation of Taylor Smith (9/10/2013)

    Two additional arrest have been made the death investigation of Taylor Smith. The GBI and the Pickens Sheriff’s Office have arrested: 1. Darlene V. George, age 51 of Cartersville, Georgia. Making False Statements Possession of a controlled substance, methamp... more
  • Two additional arrests in death investivation of Taylor Smith
  • When Saving Money Costs You More (9/10/2013)
    Kristen Parker, DVM Wayside Animal Hospital
    Sometimes trying to save money ends up being more expensive in the long run. I saw a show on TV once where a man decided he would save lots of money by remodeling his bathroom himself. He managed to rupture a water pipe and ended up having to call a plumber in to fix it. Then he had to pay for all o... more
  • When Saving Money Costs You More
  • ARCHERY SEASON FOR DEER OPENS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 (9/9/2013)

    Deer hunting season is one of the most highly anticipated times of the year for many in the state, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. Archers get the first opportunity at bringing home a deer beginning Saturday, Sept. 14. Last year, 113,566 a... more
  • ARCHERY SEASON FOR DEER OPENS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
  • Bookmark Design Contest for Teens at The Pickens County Library (9/9/2013)
    Entry Deadline is October 11th
    The Pickens County Library is hosting its 3rd annual Bookmark Design Contest for teens! Teens in grades 6th through 12th are invited to participate. Teens can pick up a contest form at the Pickens County Library or download a PDF version below. The contest form includes all of the rules for the ... more
  • Bookmark Design Contest for Teens at The Pickens County Library
  • Collaborations Keeps the Appalachian Circuit in the Forefront of Mental Health Services (9/9/2013)

    Collaborations for Resiliency in Children, Inc. has kept the Appalachian Circuit at the forefront of mental health and addiction services for children and families. Collaborations, a non-profit mental health agency based in Pickens, Gilmer and Fannin Counties, received a grant in 2012 from the Gover... more
  • Collaborations Keeps the Appalachian Circuit in the Forefront of Mental Health Services
  • CTC Graduates are Saving Lives According to New Ranking (9/9/2013)

    Chattahoochee Technical College was recently named one of the Top 100 Colleges where Graduates Save Lives. This list, which is put together by FireScience.org, looked at more than 2,500 accredited schools and programs throughout the United States to determine those that offered the best first respon... more
  • CTC Graduates are Saving Lives According to New Ranking
  • Four Legged Love From General Patton (9/9/2013)
    The Fur Ball is September 28, 2013. Purchase your $35 tickets at Paws on Main or the PAR Rescued Furniture Store.
    If you are looking for a loyal and fun companion, a buddy for one of your pets, someone to talk to, take rides with, or hold in your lap, please consider the following pet who needs a forever home to fill with laughter and love: Hi, I am General Patton a five-year-old male Purebred Pug (t... more
  • Four Legged Love From General Patton
  • THE TEA PARTY ASKS AMERICANS: WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? (9/9/2013)

    On Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 at Chattahoochee Technical College in Jasper beginning at 7 p.m., the Pickens County TEA is proud to present Sen. Barry Loudermilk and his daughter. Christiana, to present a program on the truth in the U.S. Constitution to mark Constitution Day (originally known as N... more
  • THE TEA PARTY ASKS AMERICANS: WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?
  • Deep Southern Champ. Wrestling (9/8/2013)

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  • Deep Southern Champ. Wrestling
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