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As a trauma nurse in the U.S. Army Reserves, Maj. Kathy Sego didn’t think she’d ever have to hear the words, “Prepare to defend the hospital.” 

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Many high school students who seek part-time jobs find themselves working as a cashier, babysitting, or delivering pizzas. Sixteen-year-old Clay Dunagan, on the other hand, embarked on an innovative business venture three summers ago when he got the idea to renovate mailboxes.

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The Oconee Board of Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved rezone modifications to allow for a new shopping center called The Market at Meadowlands and a continuing care retirement community that will be named The Village at Meadowlands. The developments will be located off US. 78 acr…

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Most 10-year-old girls walk through life. Not Parker Howard. Parker Howard gallops through life on top of her horse, Greymeadows Vogue. Together, they soar through the air. They race toward victory. They win 

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“The pandemic has gotten many people out of the habit of church,” said John Gregg, a congregant of Oconee Presbyterian Church. “Now that the end is in sight, we are telling people that we are still alive and well and serving God and Oconee.”

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The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation’s Perspectives: Georgia Pottery Invitational opened Aug. 28, marking its return after the COVID-19 pandemic caused a hiatus last year. This is the show’s 19th year, and it will continue through Sept. 12. 

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At Extra Special People’s inaugural Adventure Camp this summer, children with disabilities could do things they had never done before.

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  ATHENS, Ga. – The war to surely end all wars was finally at its close. Enter Churchill, Stalin, and Roosevelt, the leaders of the three great powers still standing, to meet face-to-face, palace by palace. Join Bruce Collier, J.D., as he performs all three leaders in this incredible one-man…