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The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is distributing 18,440 vials of the drug remdesivir received from the federal government. Nearly 85 hospitals in Georgia will receive remdesivir, enough to treat about 1,676 patients with COVID-19 infection, depending on the duration of an indivi…

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Kade McNally and Gracie Truelove are among Jefferson High School graduates in the Class of 2020. The two graduates took a creative Coronavirus-themed photo in their cap and gown.

WINDER - Owen Terrell Hill, 86, Winder, formerly of Toccoa, pa…

WINDER - Joyce Y. Wall, 88, Winder, died Monday, May 18, 2020.

WINDER - Houston Crowe, 92, Winder, gained his wings Monday, M…

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Sydney Tyler’s singles play helped the Jefferson girls’ tennis team win a region title last year and advance to the state tournament. Now, she’ll play college tennis.

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The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, a black man jogging in a mostly white neighborhood outside of Brunswick, has become a racial flashpoint around which many are calling for justice.

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Camren Hardy and his family are shown passing by East Jackson Elementary School in the Graduation Parade Thursday evening. EJCHS graduates were honored on the night their graduation ceremony w…

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Bradley Akin (standing left) is shown in the Graduation Parade at is passed by East Jackson Elementary School Thursday afternoon. Former EJES students passed by the school in a parade held in …

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South Jackson Elementary School principal Resa Brooksher is shown giving a goodie bag to East Jackson Comprehensive High School graduate Charles Looney.

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For the spring 2020 semester, the University of North Georgia awarded more than 1,600 degrees and certificates. Ceremonies were canceled due to COVID-19, but UNG hosted a virtual celebration o…

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The Georgia Institute of Technology awarded degrees to approximately 4,050 undergraduate and graduate students at the conclusion of spring semester. Students were celebrated during a virtual c…

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We all have big dreams of what we want to do for the Lord. We may envision ourselves in a pulpit singing or preaching to the multitudes. Our heart’s desire could be to spread the gospel on the…

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Hoschton United Methodist Church will continue having drive-in worship each Sunday provided it is not raining until the church can gather back into the sanctuary after June 22.