• Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinics Coming to North Georgia in October

    Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinics Coming to North Georgia in October Roll in, roll up a sleeve and arm against the flu! North Georgia – It will soon be that time of year again, North Georgians. The opportunity to drive through and beat the flu at one of six public health Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinics is coming in […]

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  • Collins Praises Isakson Legacy

    GAINESVILLE, Ga.—Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) released the following statement after Senator Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) announced he will resign from the U.S. Senate at the end of 2019 after 40 years of public service. “Johnny Isakson has been a standard of public service and statesmanship for decades in Georgia. He’s always drawn on his extensive roots […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Speaker David Ralston Thanks Senator Johnny Isakson

    Speaker David Ralston Thanks Senator Johnny Isakson ATLANTA – Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) issued the following statement on the news that Georgia’s senior United States Senator Johnny Isakson will resign from office at the end of the year: “The loss of Johnny Isakson from public life will leave a void in Georgia which is […]

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  • BREAKING NEWS – Senator Isakson Announces Retirement

    Dear Friend, It has been the honor and privilege of a lifetime to serve the state of Georgia in the Georgia State House, Georgia Senate, U.S. House and U.S. Senate. As you know, I have been battling health challenges for several years, and after much prayer and consultation with my family, I have decided I […]

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  • New Program at GaDNR – Urban Wildlife Program

    Urban Wildlife Program What is Georgia DNR’s Wildlife Resources Division’s mission? Conserve and promote fishing, hunting and wildlife resources through management, education and scientific research.  What is the Urban Wildlife Program?  Wildlife Resources Division has started the Urban Wildlife Program to better service Atlanta residents by providing dedicated staff to assist in mitigating human-wildlife conflict […]

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  • Two Important Announcements From Georgia DNR

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON WOMEN AND THE OUTDOORS   MANSFIELD, Ga. (Aug. 19, 2019) – Ladies, have you ever wanted to head out to go backpacking or fishing or shooting, but not sure where to start? The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division can help! The Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) […]

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  • Great Georgia Pollinator Census

    Great Georgia Pollinator Census The Great Georgia Pollinator Census (GGPC) is coming up soon. GGPC is a new event aimed at bringing awareness to pollinators and collecting real world data on the impact that they have. This a brand new event that has never been done before. Let’s talk about the pollinators, and talk about […]

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  • Guess Who’s Back

    Have you seen webs spreading throughout your trees? They can be unsightly and leave brown patches where the webs are. Those are webworms. They are very common so let’s talk about these little guys that are spreading from tree to tree. We have two types of caterpillars that make webs in trees in North Georgia. […]

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  • Protect Your Family’s Future by Getting Vaccinated this August

    Protect Your Family’s Future by Getting Vaccinated this August Georgia Department of Public Health Urges Georgia Residents to Protect Themselves by Getting Immunized during National Immunization Awareness Month   NORTH GEORGIA – It’s time to really think about vaccinations. “August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and it’s when we particularly urge parents to make an appointment to get […]

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  • GDOT Pleads for Safe Back to School Driving in Northwest Georgia 

    Safe Driving for Back-to-School Season… GDOT Pleads for Safe Back to School Driving in Northwest Georgia  WHITE, Ga. – Students heading back to school means more traffic, increased congestion and the need for extra safety precautions. From school buses loading and unloading, to kids walking and biking, to parents dropping off and picking up – dangers abound. […]

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