Martha Harper took this photo on Howard Simmons Road.
Members of the Gilmer High School Marching Band perform their halftime show, Echoes in the Mountains, following the homecoming football game Friday, Sept. 16. For details on the group’s awards at a weekend competition, see page 4B in this issue.
Carla Endsley is now the principal at Gilmer High School.
A sign at the Park Plaza Shoppette requesting customers pump no more than $20 in gas is indicative of store owners trying to make a shorter supply of fuel last.
2016 Ellijay Apple Queen Hannah McSwain, second from left, with her court following Saturday’s pageant. Also pictured, from left, are Katelyn Amber Smith, Anna Camille Holloway and Cheyenne Matthews.
From left, Cartecy Water Treatment Plant employees Gary Nix, Mark Barton, Jimmy Holt, Dale Stanley and Dwight Pratt with the eight-year platinum award recenty given to the local plant by the Georgia Association of Water Professionals.

News Stories

Members of the Gilmer High School Marching Band perform their halftime show, Echoes in the Mountains, following the homecoming football game Friday, Sept. 16. For details on the group’s awards at a weekend competition, see page 4B in this issue.

When the Gilmer High School Marching Band met their Region 6-4A rivals, Heritage High last Friday night, they knew they had to do something significant.

The Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office and Georgia Bureau of Investigation are looking into the death of a local man who passed away Sept. 18 following an altercation, according to Capt.

Carla Endsley is now the principal at Gilmer High School.

Carla Endsley was selected as the new principal at Gilmer High School during a Gilmer County Board of Education meeting Thursday, Sept. 22. 

Sports

Heritage’s defense engulfs a Gilmer Bobcat ball carrier during last Friday’s game. It was the region-opening game for both teams, and the Cats lost, 31-13.

The Heritage Generals scored early and often versus Gilmer last Friday, and did so at such a pace to force a running clock after just two quarters.

McKenzie Hagin serves for Gilmer, and she helped Lady Cats win the Raider Rally last Saturday.

The Gilmer Lady Cats took a break from region play last week and earned seven more volleyball victories and a tournament title.

Grace Pleasant was the first Lady Cat runner to cross the finish line last Tuesday at Clear Creek Middle School.

Gilmer cross-country proved to be worthy hosts for the second time this season.

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