PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES

  • Rocco's Pub Chili Challenge (10/20/2012)

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  • Rocco's Pub Chili Challenge
  • Do-It-Herself Workshop (10/18/2012)

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  • Do-It-Herself Workshop
  • Four Legged Love From Zeus (10/18/2012)
    ADOPTED
    The following pet are looking for a home to fill with laughter and love. Hi, I am Zeus, a black male Lab mix about one-and half-years old. I weigh about 75 pounds so I am a big guy but I am all love. I would be a great companion for a young man or older children. I am well behaved... more
  • Four Legged Love From Zeus
  • Kathy Bell Honored at Jasper Farmers Market (10/18/2012)

    This year is the 13th Season of the Jasper Farmers Market. I believe the market is the best place in Pickens County to get locally handmade and homegrown products. For me, it is also a place that has created a sense of community, spirit, and friendliness in Pickens County. When I moved to Jasper... more
  • Kathy Bell Honored at Jasper Farmers Market
  • Kiker Wealth Management named Pickens Chamber's October Small Business of the Month (10/18/2012)

    Pickens County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that the October Small Business of the Month is awarded to Kiker Wealth Management. Paul Kiker was awarded a framed certificate at the October Membership Breakfast by Lorrie Shaw of Community Bank of Pickens County, sponsor of the Business of ... more
  • Kiker Wealth Management named Pickens Chamber's October Small Business of the Month
  • Pickens Chamber of Commerce October Breakfast (10/18/2012)

    Pickens County Chamber of Commerce held its’ monthly Membership Breakfast on Tuesday, October 9th at Chattahoochee Technical College. Catering was provided by Carriage House Coffee Shop. Special thanks to the sponsor, The Bank of North Georgia, and guest Susan Reeves with the Pickens County Bo... more
  • Pickens Chamber of Commerce October Breakfast
  • Pickens Sheriff’s Office Corporal Chris Leake received Employee of the Year Award (10/18/2012)

    On October 15th, the Canton Moose Family Center held their Annual Public Safety awards banquet in Canton Georgia. At this event, Corporal Chris Leake, of the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, received the recognition as Officer of the Year for Pickens County. Corporal Chris Leake has been a member... more
  • Pickens Sheriff’s Office Corporal Chris Leake received Employee of the Year Award
  • 9th Congressional District Debate with Doug Collins and Jody Cooley (10/17/2012)

    The Big Canoe HOA hosted a debate for the 9th Congressional District Candidates Doug Collins (Republican) and Jody Cooley (Democrat). The candidates gave opening remarks and then the following topics were discussed: Jobs & The Economy Healthcare Taxes & Spending Entitlement Reform Immigrat...
  • 9th Congressional District Debate with Doug Collins and Jody Cooley
  • Chattahoochee Tech Welcomes New Board Member and Congratulates Two (10/17/2012)

    (Canton, Ga.) Chattahoochee Technical College welcomed a new board member to its business meeting Tuesday. Mark Haney is the newest member to the governing board providing the college fiduciary, strategic and generative leadership. Haney’s extensive background in healthcare administration includ... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech Welcomes New Board Member and Congratulates Two
  • A Special Showing of 'AGENDA Grinding America Down' at Pickens Tea Party (10/16/2012)
    FREE! October 23 at 7 PM at Chattahoochee Tech School - Appalachian Campus
    The Pickens County Tea Party meeting on October 23, 2012 will feature a special showing of 'AGENDA Grinding America Down' for the benefit of the community. FREE!!! ALL are invited no matter if they are Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives or independents or don't care. Everyone sho... more
  • A Special Showing of 'AGENDA Grinding America Down' at Pickens Tea Party
  • CAUTION URGED ON ROADS TO AVOID DEER THIS AUTUMN - State Agencies Warn of Increased Car-Deer Collisions during Breeding Season (10/16/2012)

    (SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga.) - With an estimated 50,000 deer-car collisions annually in Georgia, leaders of the state’s wildlife, highway safety and insurance agencies are advising motorists to be cautious of increased deer sightings this fall. “Deer are on the move during this time of year,” said Comm... more
  • CAUTION URGED ON ROADS TO AVOID DEER THIS AUTUMN - State Agencies Warn of Increased Car-Deer Collisions during Breeding Season
  • GDOT Economic Impact Study for the Pickens County Airport (10/16/2012)

    Georgia’s airport system of 104 publicly-owned, public use airports – nine commercial service airports and 95 general aviation airports – are essential to the state’s transportation and economic infrastructure, supporting its diversified industries including technology, manufacturing, distribution, ... more
  • GDOT Economic Impact Study for the Pickens County Airport
  • GEORGIA DOT SEEKS PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT ON ITS FEDERALLY-FUNDED PROJECTS (10/16/2012)
    Public Encouraged to Attend Local Meetings
    (CARTERSVILLE, Ga.) –The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is about to present the Draft FY 2013 - 2016 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) in Northwest Georgia for public review and comment. The STIP is a four-year program that specifies federally funded transportatio... more
  • GEORGIA DOT SEEKS PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT ON ITS FEDERALLY-FUNDED PROJECTS
  • HUNTERS READY FOR 2012 FIREARMS DEER SEASON BEGINNING OCTOBER 20 (10/16/2012)

    (SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga.2) - While archery and primitive weapons season occur first, many hunters anxiously wait until the opening day of firearms season to get into the woods. That wait is almost over as firearms deer season begins Saturday, Oct. 20 and lasts through Jan. 1, 2013 in the Northern Zone a... more
  • HUNTERS READY FOR 2012 FIREARMS DEER SEASON BEGINNING OCTOBER 20
  • Low Appraisals Affect Market (10/16/2012)

    Last week I had a closing, finally, which took most of the day, but that was not the first hurdle. REALTORS® are facing a continuing challenge from the appraisal industry. The listing price on this very nice home in Canton was $119,900. It went on the market Thursday, we made a full price offer on ... more
  • Low Appraisals Affect Market
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