Patch's Most Popular
Here are some of the most-read stories, blogs, and announcements on Oconee Patch this past week.
Police and Fire
A Kroger pharmacist called Oconee County, Ga. authorities when she noticed an "out of the ordinary" prescription on July 19. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
The following information was supplied by the Watkinsville, Ga. police department. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
The prosthetic leg was found on Barnett Shoals Road by a jogger on Monday.
Volunteers in the News
"It's a story of resiliancy and hope. I didn't think my dog would be this resilient, I really didn't, but she's a survivor," says owner Lauren Whalen.
A restaurant with a failing grade gets a follow-up inspection. All information was obtained from the Northeast Georgia Health District.
Candidate Regina Quick's campaign says it's also not responsible for the calls.
Things Were Different Then - By Brian Crawford
Perspectives: Georgia Pottery Invitational - Volunteers Needed