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Monday Writer's Group in Watkinsville invites new members

Seven players from Oconee County made season-ending teams

Oconee County Observations: Oconee County Commission To Review Bids For Constr...

Come on Oconee County Board of Commissioners, no more secret meetings with developers. You need to come clean at the next meeting about what exactly went on at the April 29 executive session, otherwise I think you really need to consider resigning, and sorry Abe, you need to get off the committee, now. This reeks, this sucks, and this is not the least bit acceptable.

Oconee County Observations: Oconee County Commission To Review Bids For Constr...: Last Minute Addition Oconee County Commissioners tomorrow morning will consider awarding a bid for construction of Parkway Boulevard Exten...

Lynn Westmoreland says he won’t seek re-election, considering run for governor | Political Insider blog

UNG says no hoverboards on campus | Classic City Today

Sam Olens may have just passed on a 2018 race for governor | Political Insider blog

Oconee County Observations: Oconee County Commissioners Agree On Staff Salary ...

Oconee County Observations: Oconee County Commissioners Agree On Staff Salary ...: Election Maneuvering The Oconee County Board of Commissioners agreed last night to distribute unallocated salary money in the current budg...

Oconee County's Jaleel Laguins' landing spot uncertain after UGA coaching change

Democrats call for redistricting reform

Jerry Gonzalez, GALEO's Executive Director, named as one of the "100 Most Influential Georgians" » Galeo

Press Release: Jerry Gonzalez, GALEO's Executive Director, named as one of the "100 Most Influential Georgians" » Galeo



Other people named to Georgia Trend’s “100 Most Influential Georgians” list include:


Stacey Abrams, Minority Leader, Georgia House of RepresentativesRichard Anderson, CEO, Delta AirlinesMark Becker, President, Georgia State UniversityPaul Bowers, Chairman, President & CEO, Georgia PowerKaren Bremer, CEO, Georgia Restaurant AssociationJohn Burns, Majority Leader, Georgia House of RepresentativesCasey Cagle, Lt. GovernorChris Clark, President & CEO, Georgia Chamber of CommerceNathan Deal, GovernorSteve Henson, Minority Leader, Georgia SenateDoug Hooker, Executive Director, Atlanta Regional Commission“Hank” Huckaby, Chancellor, University System of GeorgiaJohnny Isakson, U.S. SenatorBrian Kemp, Secretary of StateDan Kaufman, President & CEO, Gwinnett Chamber of CommerceMuhtar Kent, Chairman & CEO, The Coca-Cola CompanyCharlotte Nash, Chair, G…

Oconee County Firefighter Celebrates 70th Birthday in a Big Way

John Barrow Presentation January 12th

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Subject: John Barrow Presentation January 12th

Just a reminder that John Barrow, former US Representative from Georgia will speak at the Oconee County Public Library at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12th in the ESP Room.  This program is open to the public.  His topic will be Gerrymandering in Georgia.
Best, Margaret Holt, Chair, Oconee County Democrats

John Barrow Department of Political Science
Resident Lecturer

John Barrow is the first Scholar in Residence at the Political Science Department. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia and his law degree at the Harvard Law School. After serving 14 years in local government, Barrow served 10 years in the U. S. House of Representatives. At the end of that time he was the most bi-partisan member of Congress, and the most gerrymandered member of Congress. His interests include the causes of political polarization, and their impacts on politics and policy. When John Barrow was electe…

Kirsten Bradford

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Kiki's Bakery

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Watkinsville bakery to supply for Whole Foods

Fleet Maintenance Profile

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Grady Newsource Profiles: Dwayne Collins

Ron Putman of Miller's blueberries says early buds advance too rapidly

Bailey Nurseries hires David Roberts to run Watkinsville facility

Swearing-in of new Winterville mayor, council members to be particularly festive

Congrats Dodd, Markus, and Mary and everyone go to Winterville for a warm taste of Winter today

Swearing-in of new Winterville mayor, council members to be particularly festive

Athens ponders move to prevent race discrimination in bars | Political Insider blog

Georgia bill would lower pot possession penalty

Oconee County High School senior charged with molesting 4-year-old child

Weekly calendar of events in Oconee County

Another Georgia Republican roughs up a member of the media

More Republican beating the media's ass because the GOP does not want to let people know anything. Remember knowledge is power, and the Republicans are afraid to lose control.

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