PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
Permaculture for Wolfscratch Farm using Kickstarter - Pledge deadline April 3rd
Wolfscratch Farms started in the fall of 2009 with an idea to make a big change to live more sustainably and improve the land that was once an active horse farm. The small dream has turned into a project to feed more than 60 families through a CSA and workershare program. Wolfscratch Farm uses ... more
This week ending March 22, committees continued to review legislation passed by the State Senate, and several bills made their way out of committee to receive a vote from the entire House of Representatives. We are continuing to work on the Budget as the Senate has made a few changes, and now we mus...
The Georgia General Assembly is in the very last days of the 2013 legislative session. Although many people simply refer to the last day as Day 40, it is also known as Sine Die. The last day of the legislative session can be very long, but it is also full of tradition. Sine Die is Latin for "wit...
Next meeting March 26 at 7 p.m.
The Pickens County Tea Party has a fabulous website, www.pickenscountyteaparty.com. We recently received an inquiry from someone who wanted to know more about who we are and what we do. As usual the ball was tossed around and the M... more
Pickens beat Gilmer 20-13
The Gilmer versus Pickens Alumni Football game was held on March 9, 2013 at the Huff-Mosley Memorial Stadium in Ellijay, Georgia. Prior to the game, Cody Jones was recognized by the Pickens Gridiron Dragons Alumni Football team for being the 12th Man, "Heart of the Dragons". Although Cody was... more
(ATLANTA) – Powerball continues to roll and the jackpot has grown larger to a mammoth $320 million to a single annuity winner for Saturday’s drawing. Georgia Lottery players across the state won big from Wednesday’s drawing, and the excitement continues to grow. The jackpot has grown since Feb. 9... more
Wildwood Students Can Participate on High School Football, Basketball, Baseball Teams
(Marble Hill, Georgia) — Wildwood Christian Academy is teaming up with the North Georgia Falcons sports program to offer high school sports to Wildwood students. “As Wildwood grows and expands to include a high school, students will have the opportunity to participate in team sports within the su... more
Uses Real Legislation to Gauge Voting Philosophy
ElectTheRightCandidate.US supports electing public servants who truly believe in foundational principles of the United States and defeating those who do not. We report "letter grades" for Georgia Representatives and Senators based on their votes that either support or oppose: Individual Libe...
Sunday Package Sales passes with a little over two-thirds of the 1020 votes in the Special Election held today. Below are the unofficial results. Provisional ballots are NOT included. 1022 Voters YES - 692 (67.84%) NO - 328 (32.16%) PRECINCT Registered Voters / Ballots Cast / ... more
Burnt Mountain Center encourages everyone to walk a mile daily. Here are some tips to help with walking: Stay Hydrated: Drinking a 16.9 ounce bottle of water 2-3 hours before and also during your walk will keep you hydrated. Have a Snack: Eating a small snack before a walk helps boost your met... more
Newsletter for Burnt Mountain Center (PDF)
Newsletter features: Meet the BMC Board, BMC Turkey Trot T-Shirt Contest, PARC News, Job-Site Spotlight, BMC Birthdays, Employees of the Month, 2013 Club Updates, BMC Mean & Lean in 2013, and Stars of the Month....
Secretary of State Brian Kemp signed following order regarding corporate registration on Monday, February 25, 2013: ORDER EXTENDING FILING OF 2013 ANNUAL REGISTRATION ORDER 2013-01 The Corporation Commissioner for the State of Georgia (the “Commissioner”) has determined that: Due t... more
The March meeting of the Pickens County Tea Party will feature two speakers—Stephen Hall and Joel Foster: Mr. Hall will bring us up to date on the status of the FairTax Bill in the U.S. Congress, HR 25. Stephen is a long-time resident of Pickens County, attending college, an ardent proponent o... more