Patch's Most Popular
Here are some of the most-read stories, blogs, and announcements on Oconee Patch this past week.
Police and Fire
EMS was dispatched to the tree farm on Sept. 11 at 12:25 p.m.
Authorities feared the worst when UGA graduate went missing in August.
Stolen items were recovered in cooperation with the Northeast Georgia Regional Drug Task Force, the Sheriff's Office says.
Officials haven't made arrests in that case, but they just busted a group at UGA, according to reports.
Parts of Old Bishop Road were shut down on Tuesday as a result of a structure fire.
Cole Bros. Circus, which is coming to Watkinsville Sept. 17-19, has settled multiple complaints with the USDA over treatment of its animals, according to a news release.
The gas station at Mars Hill Road and Highway 78 is starting to look complete.
The capsule contained a list of what is believed to be the charter members of the church.
On the eleventh anniversary of 9-11, flowers adorn a remnant of the World Trade Center housed inside the Community Center at Oconee Veterans Park.
Through the new campus plans UGA will begin to increase focus on four and five year graduation rates.
The show is coming to Watkinsville next week, but some people are concerned about its treatment of animals.
Many exhausted parents believe it is, but some say it leads to emotional issues later in life. What do you believe?