PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


  • Northside Jasper Imaging Ribbon Cutting (10/20/2015)

    The Pickens County Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate Northside Jasper Imaging for their Ribbon Cutting and new Chamber membership. As an affiliate of Northside Hospital, Northside Jasper Imaging is proud of their new venture into the mountains. With a brand new, state of the art faci... more
  • Northside Jasper Imaging Ribbon Cutting
  • PHS Academic Team Wins Against White County (10/20/2015)

    Please congratulate the PHS Academic team on yet another win on October 19th versus White County. Junior Varsity is undefeated and Varsity chalked up another win, as well. Their last match of the regular season will be Monday, October 26th at Lumpkin County. Please wish the following members luc... more
  • PHS Cheerleader of the Week: Caileigh Jent (10/20/2015)

    Caileigh is a fourth year cheerleader, with three years of Varsity experience. She is a fabulous cheerleader who has a great talent for creating sideline dances. Caileigh has been an true leader this year teaching her awesome sideline dances to both Varsity and JV squads, and she proves to be a ... more
  • PHS Cheerleader of the Week: Caileigh Jent
  • Pickens County Airport Authority Called Meeting (Video) (10/20/2015)

    Airport Manager Marion Harris announced his resignation by the end of 2015. Dr. Ken Austin, Chairman also announced resignation once new board members are put in place....
  • Pickens County Airport Authority Called Meeting (Video)
  • Boys & Girls Club to Celebrate Lights on Afterschool Week (10/19/2015)
    Pickens County Event is Part of Nationwide Celebration of Afterschool Programming
    Hundreds of children, parents, business and community leaders will come together on October 22, 2015 to promote the importance of quality afterschool programs in the lives of Georgia's youth as part of the 16th annual nationwide Lights On Afterschool celebration. Last year, over one million people c... more
  • Boys & Girls Club to Celebrate Lights on Afterschool Week
  • Coco’s Cottage Nominated for Small Business of the Year (10/19/2015)

    Locally owned and family operated Coco’s Cottage located in the heart of Downtown Jasper, Georgia has been nominated for the Independent We Stand Small Business of the Year Award. This award is nationally recognized by Small Businesses in all fifty (50) U.S. States and the District of Columbia. Curr... more
  • Coco’s Cottage Nominated for Small Business of the Year
  • PHS Band Student of the Week: Lizzie Haughwout (10/19/2015)

    Lizzie Haughwout, the band student of the week, serves the Pride of Pickens band as a tuba section leader and property officer. Lizzie is in charge of making sure all physical needs are in place for any band performance or practice, including podiums, water for the visiting band and helping to load... more
  • PHS Band Student of the Week:  Lizzie Haughwout
  • Changing Lanes October Newsletter (10/17/2015)

    In this issue: Fall Driving Hazards and Tips; 10 Commandments of Car Maintenance - Brakes; Recipe - Fried Cabbage; Class Schedule...
  • Changing Lanes October Newsletter
  • Heritage Days Festival (10/17/2015)

    Annual Festival held in Talking Rock, Georgia on the third weekend in October. Featuring arts and craft vendors, antiques, bluegrass and gospel music, food, and demonstrations - wood turning, caning and blacksmithing....
  • Heritage Days Festival
  • Like Mother, Like Son: Garner Wears Pink to Fight Breast Cancer (10/17/2015)

    Piedmont Mountainside Hospital launched the annual Real Men Wear Pink campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer. Four men have been selected as ambassadors to encourage women to take advantage of early detection screening like mammograms. Kirk Garner is one of the ambassadors making a sta... more
  • Like Mother, Like Son: Garner Wears Pink to Fight Breast Cancer
  • The Long Table (10/17/2015)

    Annual fundraiser for Prevent Child Abuse Pickens. ...
  • The Long Table
  • New Director for Pickens County Planning and Development Announced (10/16/2015)
    Richard Osborne will begin in early November
    Pickens County Government is pleased to announce that Richard Osborne, AICP, has been selected from a strong field of candidates to assume the position of Director of Planning and Development for the county. Richard comes to us from the City of Cartersville where he has worked since 2005 as thei... more
  • New Director for Pickens County Planning and Development Announced
  • New Officers For PHS Future Business Leaders of America (10/16/2015)
    Ella Smith, PHS Reporter
    On October 9th, after over a week of deliberation, the new officers of the PHS Future Business Leaders of America were chosen. These officers met a whole list of criteria, have high recommendations from teachers, and all officers are dedicated members of the club. The new officers are: Presi... more
  • New Officers For PHS Future Business Leaders of America
  • PHS Blood Drive (10/16/2015)

    Every year, Mrs. Zuidema, PHS Teacher of the Year, pulls together a blood drive occurring in both the fall and spring semesters. This year's fall blood drive happened on October 13th, and it was a huge success. Even after running an hour behind, this semester's blood drive was much needed as it... more
  • PHS Fields of Faith (10/16/2015)

    Religion and the feeling of unity is important to many students at Pickens High School, and Fields of Faith is an event that provides just that in a public setting. This year Fields of Faith was held in the new PAC. The event allowed students to enjoy one another's company and have a sense of fellow... more
  • PHS Fields of Faith
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