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Here are some of the most-read stories, blogs, and announcements on Oconee Patch this past week.
The 36 year old also faces a charge of obstruction and additional charges are pending in the case. An arrest doesn't mean a conviction.
The Oconee County, Ga. sheriff spoke with Melissa Francis of Fox Business on Jan. 4, 2013.
As of Thursday, an arrest had not been made in the Jan. 4 incident.
A half-page ad in this week's Oconee Leader states the reward is also "for the conviction of the lazy, sorry, selfish, lowlife, inconsiderate poor soul or souls who took his bike."
Other businesses appearing on a map briefly shared on social media Tuesday are unconfirmed, the Athens Banner-Herald reports.
"I want to provide not just healthy food, but a very healthy, cozy environment for people so they can come after they work," says owner.
With 16,000 students and four campuses, the merger of North Georgia College & State University with Gainesville State College makes UNG the seventh-largest public university in Georgia.
Tom Odom and Mike Burnette begin their service.
The private school in Oconee County, Ga. broke ground on the project Monday.
His first meeting was Wednesday, and his first vote was to approve a business license request for a new downtown eatery.
A Georgia lawmaker thinks it would at least send a message.
On February 23, we'll run so that they can walk by Eadaoin Waller
Annual 2012 State of The Climate by North Georgia Weather