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Elberton Police Investigators Still Seeking Help in Armed Robbery Case

November 21, 2012
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Elberton Police Investigators Still Seeking Help in Armed Robbery Case

Investigators with the Elberton Police Department are still seeking the public’s help in identifying a person who committed an armed robbery at the Dollar General Store in Elberton. According to reports, the robbery happened around 10:00pm Thursday, November 15th, as employees were beginning to close the store for the night. Investigators believe the suspect is…

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Gas Prices Should Decline Through Thanksgiving Holiday

November 20, 2012
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Although gas prices are expected to fall throughout the Thanksgiving holiday, the rate of decrease is expected to slow as violence in the Middle East has resurfaced concerns of a supply disruption in the region. If tensions continue to escalate between Israel and its neighboring countries, it could reverse the downward trend in oil and…

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City of Elberton and Washington Host Respective Candlelight Shop Nights This Evening

November 20, 2012
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This evening, Main Street Elberton will present its annual Candlelight Shop Night on Elberton’s Downtown Square. Main Street Director Sissy Herring said that they will be doing something a bit different this year. “We have some unique things this year. We are combining Mrs. Betty Jo’s Christmas Event, where her kids come to the square…

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Three Georgia Residents Involved in Friday SC Wreck

November 20, 2012
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By Dick Mangrum, WGOG Radio, Walhalla   Three Georgia motorists were part of a multiple-vehicle accident before sun-up Friday morning in South Carolina. The crash took the life of Guy Arvid Nelson, a 60-year old resident of Oconee County in South Carolina’s Foxwood Hills development on Lake Hartwell. A statement from the SC Highway Patrol…

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NeSmith Voted in as Board of Regents Chairman

November 20, 2012
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The University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted last Tuesday to promote Regent William “Dink” NeSmith Jr. of Athens, Georgia from Vice Chairman to Chairman. NeSmith will serve a one-year term and will succeed outgoing Chairman Ben Tarbutton III of Sandersville. NeSmith is co-owner and president of Athens-based Community Newspapers Inc., which publishes several…

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Elberton Police Seek Help in Armed Robbery Case

November 19, 2012
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Elberton Police Seek Help in Armed Robbery Case

Investigators with the Elberton Police Department are seeking the public’s help in identifying a person who committed an armed robbery at the Dollar General Store in Elberton. According to reports, the robbery happened around 10:00pm Thursday, November 15th, as employees were beginning to close the store for the night. Investigators believe the suspect is a…

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Bowman Special Events Gearing Up for Christmas Parade and Bazaar

November 19, 2012
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Thanksgiving is nearly here, but right around the corner is the month of December, and the City of Bowman’s annual Christmas Parade and Bazaar. The Bowman Special Events Committee is now accepting applications for baked goods, holiday gift, and arts and crafts vendors for the event. The committee is also accepting applications for those who…

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Routine Road Maintenance Continues in Wilkes County

November 19, 2012
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Routine Road Maintenance Continues in Wilkes County

Georgia DOT Maintenance crews are expected to continue work on sealing minor cracks in the roadway on State Route 47. The work will take place between mile markers six thru seven. Work is scheduled for today and tomorrow between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm. There will be another crew clearing vegetation along State Route…

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McMurry Named GDOT’s Chief Engineer

November 19, 2012
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Long-time Georgia Department of Transportation executive Russell McMurry has been named the Department’s Chief Engineer.  He will succeed Gerald Ross, who retires December 31. A native of Hart County, McMurry currently serves as Director of Engineering Services for the Georgia DOT.  He previously spent five years as the Department’s District Engineer for Northeast Georgia as…

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Bodies in Barrels Found in Lake Hartwell

November 16, 2012
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Story from GNN   Two barrels with bodies inside have been pulled from the lake near Anderson, South Carolina. One was found Thursday, which was a day after a woman’s body was found. They have identified her thru finger printing. Her identity is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. Her body had been…

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