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Growing Oconee school system must add capacity, superintendent says at forum

Truck driver from Bishop dies in massive Oconee wreck

REGISTER TO VOTE by OCTOBER 11

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Make sure you are registered to vote by October 11, 2016 to be eligible to vote in the November general election.

Sincerely, Dan Matthews



From: Margaret Holt

Subject: When you can vote
Oconee County Friends,

Our treasurer, Robert Wyatt, serves on the Election Board.  He gave us these dates for the upcoming elections.  Please share them with others as a way to encourage voting.  Best, Margaret Holt, Chair, Oconee County Democrats

Thieves targeting Asian victims strike homes in Oconee County

Stacey Abrams, Reflections on Georgia Politics (Interview 2)

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Stacey Abrams, Reflections on Georgia Politics (Interview 1)

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I think this will be a wonderful person to hear in Oconee County Sunday at Veterans Park's tennis pavilion and I invite you to come hear her speak yourself at 3 pm outside and in the back of the park.

FULL: Stacey Abrams - Democratic National Convention

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Looking forward to hearing State Representative Stacey Abrams speak at the Oconee Veterans Park Sunday at 3 pm. Please come

He’s back: Keith Olbermann’s premiere episode absolutely eviscerates ‘demonic messiah’ Donald Trump

FOOTBALL | Oconee County 21, Morgan County 0

Oconee County Observations: Sole Scheduled Oconee County Election Forum Set Fo...

Oconee County Observations: Sole Scheduled Oconee County Election Forum Set Fo...: BOC, School Tax, Referenda The only scheduled forum for the Nov. 8 election is to take place from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday at the Community...

Blues music, barbecue and drinks coming to Thomas Cotton Gin | The Oconee Leader

The Original Screwtops play frequently at The Office, but have also performed at Hendershot’s Coffee, the Melting Point and they often do private parties. The group is composed of Murawski on vocals and harmonica, Marcelo Buril, vocals and guitar, Jeff Evans on bass, and Joe Ellison on drums. The group performs mostly electric blues or traditional Chicago style blues, Murawski said. About a third of their songs, such as “Falling for You Baby,” are original compositions and several are a collaboration between Murawski and Buril, the latter who is a native of Brazil Oconee Resource sponsors food programs for children along with a mentor program. For more information call (706) 769-4974 Blues music, barbecue and drinks coming to Thomas Cotton Gin | The Oconee Leader