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Friday June 22nd, 2018 5:44AM

Dean Dyer

WRWH Radio
Dean Dyer
White County commissioner votes against $2-million budget increase, but budget passes
The White County Board of Commissioners this week approved a fiscal year 2019 general fund budget of $18.9 million — a $2-million increase over the 2018 budget.
11:19AM ( 1 day ago )
White County BOE names sole finalist in superintendent search
The White County Board of Education has named a single finalist in the search for a superintendent of the school system.
4:07PM ( 3 days ago )
White County authorities warn of a sixth confirmed rabies case
Another positive rabies case has been confirmed in White County. The sixth positive case this year was reported Friday morning by Sean Sullivan, White County Environment Health Manager.
1:08PM ( 6 days ago )
GDOT: Still plenty of flood cleanup to do in White County
The Georgia Department of Transportation said Thursday there is still a lot of cleaning up to do from flood damage in White County.
7:30AM ( 1 week ago )
Cleveland residents asks city council for help with poor conditions at cemetery
A perpetual care cemetery in Cleveland is allegedly in poor condition and constituents are asking the city for assistance.
11:24AM ( 2 weeks ago )
5-plus inches of rainfall results in multiple problems in White County
White County is 14.3 inches above normal rainfall so far this year, with much of that precipitation falling in the past week.
12:16PM ( 3 weeks ago )
White County superintendent headed to Floyd County
The White County School System is losing its top administrator.
11:07PM ( 3 weeks ago )
White County officials join Lumpkin in supporting 16-mile Ga. 400 extension
The White County Board of Commissioners on Thursday adopted a resolution supporting the efforts to improve traffic flow at the end of Ga. 400 at Ga. 60, and the possible extension of the highway to the new Appalachian Parkway in White County.
7:01AM ( 1 month ago )
White County votes 3-2 to reduction in future SPLOST cut
White County Government will take a 14-percent cut in funds if a proposed continuation of the current 1-cent sales tax is approved by voters in November.
10:06PM ( 1 month ago )
Helen doctor arrested for practicing without a license
Wheeler posted bond Wednesday morning.
8:41PM ( 1 month ago )