• Sheriff investigates threats at Pickens High School

    JASPER, Ga. – Sheriff’s Detectives worked through the night following a threatening message posted on social media by a Pickens High School student. According to the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were notified Feb. 21 by a concerned student that one of their classmates had made a threatening post on the social media site Instagram. The […]

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  • A Valentine’s surprise at Pickens County Middle School

    JASPER, Ga. – Many see Valentine’s Day as a day to show a little extra effort toward someone special. It is a day set aside to spend a little extra effort to show someone they are special and worth the effort. Regardless of how or why it was created, it is generally a special day […]

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  • Burden arrested on burglary charges after standoff

    JASPER, Ga. – Authorities arrested William Lloyd Burden, 30, for burglary on Thursday, Feb. 15, after a two-hour stand-off with law enforcement. According to Pickens County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Kris Stancil, the suspect fled from authorities before being relocated and arrested. While the event involved SWAT Teams and officers from both Pickens and […]

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  • Georgia gubernatorial candidate visits FYNTV

    BKP interviews Georgia candidate for governor and Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Among many topics, Kemp discusses immigration, Georgia voting machines, paper ballots, pay for law enforcement, and Kemp’s opinion of the negotiations to bring Amazon HQ2 for Georgia.  

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  • Council member resigns to take new position

    JASPER, Ga. – Jasper City Council Member Jim Looney resigned during the Jasper City Council Meeting Monday, Feb. 5. Resigning so that he may take the interim position of city manager, Looney stated it was due to information advised to him that state law prohibits a councilman from holding another municipal office without resigning from […]

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  • Pickens commissioners talk water in February meeting

    JASPER, Ga. – The Pickens County Board of Commissioners could see major changes to its water system in February. Two issues dealing with the subject will affect the county moving forward. However, many citzens may not see these changes right away. That is because the first issue is set to strengthen the county’s water back-up […]

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  • Speaker Ralston Attends Trump’s Infrastructure Announcement

    ATLANTA – Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) attended President Trump’s infrastructure announcement at The White House this morning.  Speaker Ralston was one of several local and state elected officials invited to participate in a series of discussions with the President as well as members of his cabinet and senior staff about the plan and the […]

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  • Jasper and Nelson Election Results

    The election tallies are in. According to the Election Board the final results for Nelson and Jasper’s Elections are as follows. City of Jasper Council Seat: O’Dea – 99 Sneve – 222 Council Seat: Patterson – 198 Proctor – 236 City of Nelson Mayor: Green – 81 Haviland – 56 Council Seats 4 year term […]

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