TIGER — The Rabun County Board of Education is expecting to increase its budget by more than $1.6 million for fiscal year 2018.
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CLAYTON — During the past two weeks, businesses, hospitals and everyday computer users have been plagued by a malicious string of hacks that became known as the WannaCry Virus.
CLAYTON — Georgia’s Sunshine Laws are sorely in need of revision. That was the message The Clayton Tribune Editor Klark Byrd delivered to the Rabun County League of Women Voters on May 9.
CLAYTON — Law enforcement officers are often the first to the scene of a medical emergency.
TIGER — In a called meeting by Rabun County’s Board of Education on May 11, Superintendent Melissa Williams said all signs are pointing to an increase in the budget next school year.