• Rep. Doug Collins meets with local farmers, visits farms

    CLEVELAND, Ga. — Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) met with members of the White County Farm Bureau Thursday to discuss challenges facing the local agriculture industry and provide an update on key issues in Washington. During the meeting, Collins answered questions on a variety of issues ranging from compliance to immigration. “Our farmers here in White […]

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  • Commissioners will discuss road repairs at Monday meeting

    CLEVELAND, Ga. – Road repair and applications for short-term rentals will dominate much of the discussion when the White County Board of Commissioners meets in a combined regular meeting and work session Monday (Aug. 26) at 4:30 pm. Commissioners will consider approval of road project contract change orders for the preparation and paving on Sam […]

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  • GDOT contributes funds to utility aid on Appalachian Parkway 

    CLEVELAND, Ga. — The final phase of the Appalachian Parkway was awarded to CMES, Inc. in June 2019. This project represents an $11.1 Million construction investment. In order to streamline portions of the utility relocation, the Georgia Department of Transportation has granted utility aid to the City of Cleveland and the relocation of their facilities […]

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  • Cleveland man arrested for battery, family violence

    CLEVELAND, Ga. — Cory Andrew Echols, 27 of Cleveland was arrested Monday after he admitted shooting his girlfriend Karalee Anne Fox several times at close range with an airsoft gun following a domestic argument. White County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a welfare check at 536 Partin Road after Fox’s son reported that his mother […]

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  • Rep. Collins hosts symposium on mental health resources

    GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) hosted a symposium at Lanier Technical College Wednesday to explore mental health resources for first responders. In 2018, at least 159 first responders nationwide died from suicide — nearly 10% more than the total number of line-of-duty deaths resulting from causes such as assault, vehicle accidents, heart attacks, and […]

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  • White County firefighters, EMS kept busy Tuesday

    CLEVELAND, Ga. – For most folks and eight-hour day is fairly routine. But White County firefighters and EMS personnel eight hours on Tuesday was anything but routine. At 3 p.m., they were dispatched to assist an injured hiker at the top of Mount Yonah. Assisted  by C.E.R.T. personnel, they hiked about half a mile from […]

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  • Rep. Collins attends Georgia’s business launch pad

    ALPHARETTA, Ga.  — Yesterday, Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) visited Digital Ignition, Georgia’s newest business launching pad and official Blockchain, AI, IoT, and innovation incubator of the Forward Forsyth Partnership. During his visit, Collins participated in a roundtable with area tech leaders to discuss issues ranging from intellectual property and workforce development to procurement and finance […]

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  • Collins’ statement on Democrats lawsuit against Don McGahn

    WASHINGTON — Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, released the following statement in response to Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) filing a complaint to compel the testimony of former White House Counsel Don McGahn. “Democrats’ decision to unilaterally end the accommodations process and file a lawsuit serves only to shut off […]

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