stories from | May 31, 2017
From staff reportsFull Story
stories from | May 31, 2017
The “Walk and Talk with a Scientist” event interrupted by a rainstorm in April has been rescheduled for 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 3, at Herman C. Michael Park off Georgia Highway 53.Full Story
stories from | May 31, 2017
A scene from last year’s Annual Members Exhibit hosted by the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation in Watkinsville. The organization will host a reception for the artists at this year’s exhibit from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. The exhibit includes the written word, paintings, drawings, pottery, jewelry and other forms of art. The works, created by members of the organization, will remain up through July 7. Refreshments will be served at the event, which is open to public.Full Story
stories from | May 30, 2017
Jo Bennett stands near her garden offerings last year at the Bishop Central Farmer’s Market, which opens Thursday in downtown Bishop. Anyone wanting to sell homegrown vegetables or homemade baked goods can set up for free at the market, open every Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. during the vegetable-growing season. The market is sponsored by the city of Bishop. For more information, call (706) 769-7433. Contributed photoFull Story
stories from | May 28, 2017
Clarke, Oconee and Barrow are among the fastest-growing counties in the state.Full Story
stories from | May 26, 2017
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:Full Story
stories from | May 26, 2017
The Workout Anytime gym in Watkinsville will offer free one-year memberships to 22 military veterans as part of the Lift for 22 program.Full Story
stories from | May 25, 2017
A father and son fishing team from Bishop won first place in a bass fishing tournament recently on Lake Oconee.Full Story
stories from | May 25, 2017
An Oconee County man claims his expensive pure-bred dog was stolen by a Columbus man under the pretenses of buying the dog.Full Story
stories from | May 24, 2017
Oconee County’s budget for government operations is slated to increase by about 7.4 percent in the fiscal year beginning July 1, according to the county’s proposed 2018 budget.Full Story

Sports videos

Advertisement

Oconee calendar

This Week’s Circulars