Childhood fascination with a legendary figure of the Old West sparked a lifelong pursuit of information for an author and western historian who will appear at downtown Ellijay’s George Link Jr.
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When the Times-Courier posted a photo of early voting in the midterm election on its Facebook page, there were some “colorful” comments.
During last week’s meeting of the Gilmer County Charter Schools Board of Education, longtime member Ronald Watkins mentioned there are some voters who seem to think the proposed Education Special P
Sue Malsnee takes her pottery seriously. She has to, because she does it for a living. Yet it’s a labor of love, and one that has formed friendships.
Members of the Ellijay City Council were briefed on the potential of a newly-opened economic incubator during a workshop that preceded the regular meeting at City Hall Monday, Oct. 15.