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NASA readying to explore Jupiter moon, Europa?

This week has been one of excitement for those interested in space exploration, as a drone made a short but important flight on Mars. David Brown, a noted writer and researcher, says that a future …

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Flames collar mountain Lions on the road

YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. — Ryan Beamish continued his torrid home run attack on Wednesday afternoon in an 8-3 victory against Young Harris College at Zell B. Miller Park. Beamish delivered the "Beamer …

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Betty Powell doesn't let age keep her from flipping houses

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Betty Powell, who is 88, flips houses. She finds houses in need of some tender loving care and turns them into comfortable places for families to live.
Volunteer Week

Volunteers give from the heart, help others

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“Volunteers are love in motion!” – Author UnknownApril 18 through April 24 is National Volunteer Appreciate Week, and no more evident is that volunteer spirit than in Tennessee, and here in …

Ramp meal featured at Saturday's Ramp Tramp Festival

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The 2021 Polk County Ramp Tramp Festival will be Friday, 10 a.m. to 32 p.m., at the Polk County 4-H Camp (Camp McCroy located at 1058 Hwy 30 in Reliance).  The Ramp Tramp Festival will celebrate its 63rd year in 2021. This event will feature the traditional Ramp Meal which includes, Ramps in Eggs, white beans, cornbread, fried potatoes, and streaked meat bacon for take-out only.  The meal which includes drink and desert will be available for a $10 charge until sold out.  Along with the meal, bagged ramps (Approx. 1 lb.) will be available for sale for $15 per bag until they are sold out.  Meal preparation and packaging will follow Health Department guidelines under the Tennessee Pledge. Due to the covid-19 pandemic all musical entertainment and craft vending has been canceled. Participants are asked to practice social distancing and ware face mask while picking up their meal.

Magnolia Club installs new officers

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From left Fredricka Lawson presents new Magnolia Club officers Joelle Cavitt (secretary), Carla Cloud (vice president) and Beth Cunningham (president).


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