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All the usual suspects surfaced at an Oconee County forum: H.B .954, T-SPLOST and credentials.
TSPLOST, economic growth, transparency and increasing academic excellence were among the topics discussed Monday at Oconee Veteran's Park.
U.S. Representative Paul Broun and challenger Stephen Simpson will tackle pressing national and local topics during a radio debate hosted by WGAU 1340 on July 2.
Police & Fire, Elections
Incumbent Sheriff Scott Berry and challenger Sgt. Trey Downs of the Snellville Police Department discuss their ideas to curb crime and teen drug use.
Zaxby's has recently been recognized in the "2012 Top 150 Fast-Casual Chain Restaurant Report." with the fifth highest total sales among national fast food chains. It also ranked as the number one chicken segment leader.
Citizens heard Thursday from Board of Commissioners Post 1 and Post 4 candidates, as well as those running for Chairman.
Candidates for Sheriff, Chairman and County Commission Posts 1 and 4 addressed citizens questions about local issues during a forum hosted by the Oconee County Republican Party and the Oconee Regional Republican Women Thursday night.
Oconee County voters will be asked to weigh in on a regional T-SPLOST on July 31. The one cent tax would provide for local transportation projects, such as widening roadways and improving highway interchanges.
Jennifer Riddle spoke and Pamela Hendrix released a short statement during a political forum held at North Oconee High School on June 14.
Construction has begun at the site of the new RaceTrac gas station and convenience store on the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 78 and Mars Hill Road.
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