Summerville Indians Rec Team Claims District Championship
Saturday, 25 February 2017 06:54

Saturday's Arrest Report
Saturday, 25 February 2017 06:51

25-Year-Old Threatens To Kill Parents
Friday, 24 February 2017 16:37

"When I kill someone in prison, all they do is send me to the hole," a Summerville resident said in an outburst to his parents on Feb. 1.

On Feb. 1, Deputies were called to Northern Heights Circle to investigate a 25-year-old threatening to kill his parents.

Brandon Jace Milam said he would rather be in prison, Chattooga County Sheriff's Deputy John A. Smith III said.

Two Injured In Crash On Allgood Street In Trion
Friday, 24 February 2017 16:36

Indians Head To Swainsboro HS In Elite 8 Playoff
Friday, 24 February 2017 14:47

(Photos) County Spelling Bee Winners Are. . .
Friday, 24 February 2017 09:22

The Chattooga Education Association sponsored the county spelling bee on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Leroy Massey Elementary School. Bobby Cavin, CEA President, welcomed everyone. Lisa Davis, Spelling Bee Chairperson and Kathy Kerce, retired CEA President, organized the event. Jimmy Lenderman, Superintendent, presented certificates to all participants and trophies and ribbons to grade level winners. The Spelling Bee was a very exciting evening event that not only recognized talented spellers, but also brought many Chattooga County residents together to wait in suspense. 
The Chattooga Education Association’s Spelling Bee Winner for fourth through eighth grades is Jace Goodson, a fourth grade student at Leroy Massey Elementary School. Jace will go on to compete and represent Chattooga County in the Georgia Association of Educators’ District 1 Spelling Bee on Feb. 25 in Rome.





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