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The chicken's name is Knock Knock, said Sofia Franzluebbers, 12, who sells freshly cut potted and dried herbs at the Oconee Farmers Market.
As Bernard Garrett, daughter Katie Garrett, and son Simon Garrett tell the story, the family's companies are a simple outgrowth of the family's history of farming and its commitment to the land.
Sammy Hansford, owner of Paw Paw’s P’nuts & Such, has a secret. Or at least he had one.
Market Manager Cindy Pritchard is expecting eight vendors who were not at the Oconee Farmers Market last week to set up operation on Saturday, setting a record.
Growing Jobs IN Georgia by connecting consumers with locally manufactured products at the Georgia Manufacturing Expo.
The first Diamond Sponsor of the Capital Campaign was Athens First Bank and Trust.
The Oconee County Code Enforcement Office by the end of the day Friday had issued eight building permits for five different structures at Epps Bridge Centre.
You misunderstand your website, probably because you think, if I build it, they will come. The question to ask is, how are you marketing your website?
Small Business Saturday is a pretty big deal when it comes to small businesses. Black Friday has always been such an over shadowing event that smaller retailers usually get left out in the cold.
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