Piles of riprap and barricades on the eastern and western sides of the Lower Cartecay Road Bridge over the Cartecay River will remain there for 18 – 24 months until a new bridge can be built, officials said.
A load of leachate is deposited at the Ellijay-Gilmer Wastewater Treatment Plant. In recent months, the plant has received between 15 and 22 truckloads of the ammonia-heavy landfill runoff per day.
This photo of what was called Hogshead Falls near Ridgeway on the Coosawattee River was submitted by Cheryl Barclay of Ellijay, who said it was taken by the late G.L Huff Jr. before the falls were covered up when Carters Lake was filled. Huff gave the photo to her father-in-law, Buddy Barclay. The Times-Courier­­­­ is searching for an old photo of the tallest waterfall that is said to have been around 60 feet high but disappeared when the reservoir was filled.
Autumn Durham passes into the box for the Lady Cats.

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Piles of riprap and barricades on the eastern and western sides of the Lower Cartecay Road Bridge over the Cartecay River will remain there for 18 – 24 months until a new bridge can be built, officials said.

When a diver with the state Department of Transportation inspected the Lower Cartecay Road Bridge over the Cartecay River less than two weeks ago during a routine examination, residents in the area

A man who may have set a brush fire in an attempt to distract officers making a drug bust in East Ellijay is still being sought by authorities.

A load of leachate is deposited at the Ellijay-Gilmer Wastewater Treatment Plant. In recent months, the plant has received between 15 and 22 truckloads of the ammonia-heavy landfill runoff per day.

Processing the ammonia-heavy runoff from two north Georgia landfills  is helping produce some additional revenue for the Ellijay-Gilmer Water and Sewerage Authority.

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For only the second time in 42 seasons, Gilmer High School baseball is heading to the state playoffs.

Autumn Durham passes into the box for the Lady Cats.

The seeds have been set, and the Gilmer Bobcats and Lady Cats will hit the road for the Class 4A soccer state playoffs.

The Gilmer Bobcats’ golf season came to a close Monday at the area tournament in LaGrange.

GHS finished 10th overall with a four-person, 18-hole score of 388 at Highland Country Club. 

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