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Ga. officials offer online deer hunting application

Ga. officials offer online deer hunting application

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. (AP) - Georgia wildlife officials are encouraging deer hunters to fill out an online application that will allow them to participate in this season's deer quota hunt.

Officials from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division officials say the deadline to submit an application for deer quota hunting is Sept. 1.

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Naturally Acoustic Guitar Show

Naturally Acoustic Guitar Show

Saturday, September 13, 2014, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

at Crooked Pines Farm in Eatonton, Ga.

Highway "vegetarian management" planned for Putnam, Hancock counties

Highway "vegetarian management" planned for Putnam, Hancock counties

Drivers should look for mowers and large equipment this week.

Crews will be working on "vegetation management" along Hwy 212 in Putnam County this week, according to a release.  

They'll also work on the vegetation in Hancock County on Hwy 22 and 16, between mile posts 0-13 and 0-12, respectively.

That work could be anywhere between 7 a.m. and 3:30 each day.

Job opening in Eatonton

Job opening in Eatonton
 Job TitleSENIOR SCIENTIST (EATONTON, GA)Job LocationEatonton, GA

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A moving wall: Traveling Vietnam wall in Dublin through Sunday

A moving wall: Traveling Vietnam wall in Dublin through Sunday

The names are all different, but their mission was the same.

Officials to save what's left of destroyed Hancock courthouse

Officials to save what's left of destroyed Hancock courthouse

Hancock County officials say they're going to try to preserve what's left of the town's historic courthouse.

The 131-year-old building was destroyed in a fire early Monday only leaving behind a facade, that was still smoldering Wednesday.

Water Intoxication: How much is too much?

Water Intoxication: How much is too much?

(WXIA) After the tragic death of a Douglas County High School football player, some are asking is there such thing as drinking too much water?

The rule-of-thumb for an average adult is thought to be eight 8-ounce cups of water a day to maintain normal bodily functions.

According to Mayo Clinic, the amount of water an individual consumes a day depends on varying factors. If you're someone who exercises each day, is pregnant or breastfeeding or lives in a hot or humid climate, you need to consume more than eight cups per day.