stories from | Nov 04, 2017
At Bogart, North Oconee lost its ninth consecutive game and ended the season without a Region 8-4A victory for the second straight year. The Titans fell 50-20 to Stephens County.Full Story
stories from | Nov 03, 2017
In Athens Academy’s last two meetings with Prince Avenue, Spartans coach Josh Alexander felt like maybe his team got a little too excited about the chance to knock off the defending Region 8-A champs.Full Story
stories from | Nov 03, 2017
The Jefferson Dragons clinched second in Region 8-AAAA and a home game in the first round of the Class AAAA state tournament with a 28-21 win against Oconee County on Friday at Jefferson Memorial Stadium.Full Story
stories from | Nov 03, 2017
A highway near Watkinsville that had been closed due to an overturned logging truck has reopened.Full Story
stories from | Nov 03, 2017
This season, the Athens Banner-Herald will follow Athens Academy, Athens Christian, Commerce and Prince Avenue Christian as they compete for the Region 8-A title.Full Story
stories from | Nov 02, 2017
When Prince Avenue Christian visits Athens Academy tonight, a Region 8-A title will be on the line.Full Story
stories from | Nov 02, 2017
The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation in Watkinsville is hosting a Holly Daze market from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in Rocket Hall.Full Story
stories from | Nov 02, 2017
Nicole Pachuta, left, and Alex Deltchev were recently named the 2017 Wendy’s High School Heisman award winners for Oconee County High School. These students excel in athletics, in the community and in the classroom. Each year, the Wendy’s corporation recognizes one male and female student-athlete from each high school in the nation. (Contributed photo)Full Story
stories from | Nov 02, 2017
The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation in Watkinsville will play host to a dessert reception for the Annual Georgia Small Works Exhibit on Friday in honor of Cindy Farley, who recently resigned from her position as OCAF’s executive director.Full Story
stories from | Nov 02, 2017
Walton EMC is holding a free holiday program Nov. 7 in Watkinsville.Full Story
stories from | Nov 01, 2017
LAD Truck Lines Inc. in Watkinsville recently promoted two executives as Mack Holland “Dutch” Guest IV was named vice president and Josh Tench became the company’s new marketing director.Full Story
stories from | Nov 01, 2017
The Oconee County Cycling Organization is hosting a meeting Nov. 9 at the Oconee County Library in an effort to broaden its membership and promote its goal of creating a safe environment for cycling.Full Story
stories from | Nov 01, 2017
As children went trick or treating late Tuesday, deputies with the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office went looking for sex offenders.Full Story
stories from | Oct 31, 2017
Republican Houston Gaines has raised nearly four times as much campaign money as Democrat Deborah Gonzalez in their race for the House District 117 seat in the state legislature.Full Story
stories from | Oct 31, 2017
The Oconee County Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that Courtney Bernardi has been hired as its new president.Full Story
stories from | Oct 31, 2017
With its 41-18 victory last Friday at Johnson-Gainesville, Cedar Shoals moved a step closer to returning to the postseason for the first time since 2008.Full Story
stories from | Oct 31, 2017
Jefferson dropped in Class 4A while Prince Avenue Christian stayed put in Class A in this week’s high school football poll, which was released by the Georgia Sports Writers Association Tuesday.Full Story

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