PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


  • New Rodenticide Dangers for Our Pets (4/29/2013)

    Rat poison has always been a danger to our pets, but a new ingredient is giving us even more reasons to be concerned. Knowing the dangers of rat poison, and what kind of rat poison you are using, can be the difference between life and death in your pet. This information should have you reading label... more
  • New Rodenticide Dangers for Our Pets
  • Pickens County Republican Party May Meeting will feature Dr. Scott Barbour of Doctors4PatientCare (4/29/2013)
    Meeting at Chattahoochee Technical College on May 14th at 7 p.m.
    The newly elected executive board of the Pickens County Republican Party is proud to announce the first regularly scheduled monthly meeting of our 2013 calendar. On May 14th beginning at 7 p.m. at Chattahoochee Technical College in Jasper, Dr. Scott Barbour of Doctors4PatientCare will be here to r... more
  • Pickens County Republican Party May Meeting will feature Dr. Scott Barbour of Doctors4PatientCare
  • Recipes from the Jasper Farmers Market (4/29/2013)

    Ah spring; that prolific time of year when everything is bursting with new life. The onions you planted in the fall are ready to be pulled up. The asparagus have poked their funny little heads up through the ground and the chickens are laying profusely. As nature goes so goes the Jasper Farmers ... more
  • Recipes from the Jasper Farmers Market
  • Retired Educators and AMBA - A Working Partnership (4/29/2013)

    When the Pickens County Retired Educators Association met on April 10th, Mr. Doug Holt presented the program. Mr. Holt is a representative or AMBA (Association Members Benefits Advisors), an organization that develops benefit packages for groups including Georgia Retired Educators. Currently there a... more
  • Summer is almost here, and CAPAA is gearing up for our most exciting and diverse year yet with camps! (4/29/2013)

    Discounted fees on most camps if you register before June 1st! Multi-camp or sibling discount available of 10% for 2 camps, 15% for 3 camps, 20% for 4 or more camps. Some partial scholarships available for those with financial hardships. Contact instructor listed or Crystal Merrell at CAPAAJaspe... more
  • Summer is almost here, and CAPAA is gearing up for our most exciting and diverse year yet with camps!
  • Tater Patch Players Stages a Farce (4/29/2013)

    Farce (n.): -- A comic dramatic work using buffoonery and horseplay and typically including crude characterization and ludicrously improbable situations. And boy has Tater Patch Players got a farce for you! Join them May 3,4,5,10,11,12,17 and 18 for Lend Me a Tenor. The Sunday sho... more
  • Tater Patch Players Stages a Farce
  • Sharing the Gospel in Baratillo, Mexico (4/28/2013)

    On Feb. 15, we actually got in our car and began the trip to Mexico. Preparations for the trip seemed to have taken forever, but the day had finally arrived! We had a wonderful journey across the country meeting new friends and having great experiences. While traveling, we took a detour ... more
  • Sharing the Gospel in Baratillo, Mexico
  • JMA Cruise In (4/27/2013)

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  • JMA Cruise In
  • Pickens County Bus Road-E-O (4/27/2013)

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  • Pickens County Bus Road-E-O
  • Pickens County Health Fair (4/27/2013)

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  • Pickens County Health Fair
  • Teen Driver Safety Day (4/27/2013)

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  • Teen Driver Safety Day
  • Pickens Special Olympics (4/26/2013)

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  • Pickens Special Olympics
  • Chattahoochee Tech Encourages GED Test Takers to Finish Before 2014 (4/25/2013)

    With a new version on the horizon, Adult Education officials at Chattahoochee Technical College are encouraging those who have not yet earned a GED to pass all sections of the test before a new version is launched January 2, 2014. “Those who have taken the current GED test, but not passed all fi... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech Encourages GED Test Takers to Finish Before 2014
  • Chattahoochee Tech gets to the Core of the Matter this Summer (4/24/2013)

    (Marietta, Ga.) Summer is a time to grow at Chattahoochee Technical College. Recent and ongoing articulation agreements with Georgia’s University System schools and private colleges and universities mean that more than 40 college level courses at CTC will transfer toward that 4-year degree. “Ther... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech gets to the Core of the Matter this Summer
  • Commissioners Support Local Advocacy Group Working to Unite the Voices of Surviving Child Abuse Victims (4/24/2013)

    This week Pickens, Gilmer, and Fannin counties’ Board of Commissioners Chairmen signed a proclamation lending support to a tri-county movement led by survivors of child abuse. Chairmen Robert Jones, J.C. Sanford, and Bill Simonds jointly declare Saturday, April 27, 2013 as Appalachian Judicial Circu... more
  • Commissioners Support Local Advocacy Group Working to Unite the Voices of Surviving Child Abuse Victims
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