Cpl. Wesley Littlejohn of the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office appeared on Monday night’s episode of ‘Botched’ on E! After his wife Amanda appealed to the show to help him.

TV doctors from 'Botched' help local deputy

   If you were watching “Botched” on E! Monday night you may have recognized the face of Cpl. Wesley Littlejohn of the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office.     Wesley won a spot on the plastic surgery show to remove a growth on his side that he had…

Mead maker taps into brewery market

While some would say Dahlonega is late to the local brewery party, which has exploded in Georgia over the past few years, when the city’s first brewery opens later this spring, it’ll be the first of its kind in the state. Etowah Meadery, which opened in 2017, will be opening up Dahlonega...

Forest proposals spark lively discussion

 CLAYTON— What do Forest Service Lands mean to the people of Rabun County?  This was the overarching question as over 150 people flocked to a public forum that was standing room only to discuss both the United States Forest Service’s (USFS) Chattahoochee-Oconee National Land...

Death row inmate granted clemency


   Jimmy Fletcher Meders, who was condemned to death after being convicted of a murder in Glynn County in 1987, had his sentence commuted Thursday to life in prison without the possibility of parol

Indians continue streaking


The Tallulah Falls School (TFS) Lady Indians ran their win streak to three-consecutive games Tuesday with a 51-39 victory over the visiting Prince Avenue Christian School Lady Wolverines in Tallula

Widespread Penick


A trio of dynamic performances propelled the Habersham Central High School Lady Raiders past the visiting Gainesville High School Lady Red Elephants 73-47 Friday night in Mt.

Hoop Raiders back on track with win


The Habersham Central High School Raiders can finally put a check mark in the region win column after defeating the visiting Apalachee High School Wildcats 47-35 Tuesday night in Mt. Airy.