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Patch's Most Popular

Here are some of the most-read stories on Oconee Patch this past week.

Police and Fire

The highway was closed for about three hours Friday morning following the one-vehicle accident. No one was injured. Also see:

Fifteen-year-old Mallory Mauldin has been located, unharmed.

 

Business

Potential employees must exhibit core values and understand important safety measures.

The practice concentrates on real estate transactions, homeowner associations, and a general civil representation.

 

Volunteers in the News

Twelve-year-old Kajal Patel is hospitalized and in need of a bone marrow transplant.

 

Government/Business

Local businesses and organizations are teaming up with departments of Oconee County government to hold a July 4th celebration unlike ever before in the county.

 

Schools

The Oconee County Board of Education expects the leadership transition from John Jackson to Jason Branch to be "seamless," according to Chairman David Weeks.

 

James Armistead will begin his duties as head of school on July 1, 2012.

 

Opinion

Parents are rewarded $2.9 million dollars for botched genetic screening results.

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