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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Georgia farmers hurt by drought eligible for loans

Federal authorities say Georgia farmers to apply for low-interest emergency loans to help cover some of their losses caused by a recent drought

Baby sea turtles evacuate to Geogia Aquarium

In what may seem like a repeat of Hurricane Matthew, the Georgia Aquarium is accomodating evacuees at its facility.

Georgia Power reaches deal to keep Vogtle construction going

About an hour before the agreement was due to expire, Georgia Power issued an 11 p.m. statement saying it had been extended.

First woman in more than 20 years attempts Georgia Smoke Diver...

Firefighters come from all over the country to train with the Georgia Smoke Divers - but the group doesn't often include women.

GA DOT Awards 2 Bridge Contracts

The Georgia Department of Transportation (DOT) announced earlier this week that two bridge contacts have been awarded for construction. The funds will be allocated from...

“Georgia Grown” adds 900 producers in 4 years

The program has been a great success, with more than 900 producers joining the Georgia Grown team in just 4 short years.

Bird flu no longer a threat in Georgia, Ag Department says

Georgia poultry producers are sighing with relief as the Georgia Department of Agriculture has lifted restrictions put in place because of the bird flu threat

Confederate Flag Removed from Six Flags Over Georgia

The park also removed the flag of the State of Georgia.

Georgia accepts new hike in Blue Cross exchange premiums

Blue Cross is the only company that serves all 159, so they saw a considerable hike in premiums. But you won't believe the hikes on some of the other companies.
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