Controversy regarding the old train depot and plans to bring in rail tourism dominated the Ellijay City Council meeting Monday night.
Hundreds turned out Saturday for the annual Little League Parade through downtown Ellijay that ended at River Park, sponsored by the Gilmer County Parks and Recreation Department. House Speaker David Ralston served as grand marshal.
The Gilmer Bobcats and Lady Cats both advanced to the Region 6-4A tennis championship last week and finished second. Above, front row are Lady Cats Lauren Cole, Katie Marick, Beth Burnette and Hope Colwell. Back row, are coach Donna Parks, Katie Sheahan, Sarah Sheahan, Josie Reece, Emma Deyton and coach Jordan Hice
Bobcat senior Brooks Rosser returns to first base after fielding a ground ball against Heritage last week.
Jim Witter, whose Piano Men tribute show kicked off the 2015-16 Gilmer Arts B.E.S.T. Series, will close the 2017-18 concert series Saturday, April 21, at the Ellijay Elementary School Auditorium.
Monica Clark, youth services coordinator at the Gilmer County Library, feeds a plastic canister to one of the “munching machines” that will be part of the library’s Going Green program for kids Saturday, April 21.

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Controversy regarding the old train depot and plans to bring in rail tourism dominated the Ellijay City Council meeting Monday night.

The Ellijay City Council approved an application for a minimum lot size variance at 50 Depot St. during their April meeting Monday evening, but not without controversy.

With a May 22 primary election fast approaching, a deadline to register to vote in the primary and ensuing elections this year has been set for Monday, April 23, for unregistered voters.

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The Gilmer Bobcats and Lady Cats both advanced to the Region 6-4A tennis championship last week and finished second. Above, front row are Lady Cats Lauren Cole, Katie Marick, Beth Burnette and Hope Colwell. Back row, are coach Donna Parks, Katie Sheahan, Sarah Sheahan, Josie Reece, Emma Deyton and coach Jordan Hice

Gilmer High tennis continues to be one of the top sports at the school, and the Lady Cats and Bobcats have returned to the state tournament.

Bobcat senior Brooks Rosser returns to first base after fielding a ground ball against Heritage last week.

The Heritage Generals dashed the Gilmer High Bobcats’ baseball playoff hopes.

Senior right fielder Eric Turner (14) makes a sliding catch versus Southeast Whitfield last week as Sam Nicholson backs him up.

Gilmer High baseball was the only sport in the county to take the field last week.

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