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I still remember the feeling I had on December 13, 2020 -- the date the first vaccines rolled out of the Pfizer facility in Michigan, destined for hospitals and vaccination centers in every state in the country. Typically reserved scientists described it as the "medical moonshot" we had all …

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Slow cookers can help busy families enjoy homecooked meals without hurrying to get those meals on the table each night. A surefire hit for even the pickiest of eaters, the following recipe for “Braised Pork Buns with Quick Pickled Cucumbers & Bean Sprouts” from Michelle Dudash’s “Clean E…

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In many parts of the world, people are attempting to return to life as it was before the pandemic -- at least when it comes to work and school. For many, that means a sleepy morning struggle to wake, eat breakfast, pack lunches, get kids and themselves out the door, and battle a commute.

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FORT GAINES — George T. Bagby State Park is open and welcoming guests at regular operating hours, and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has announced plans to provide new opportunities at the park this October.

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SOCIAL CIRCLE – Hunters can find the latest Georgia hunting information online, on the app, and in print because the 2021-2022 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide is now available, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division announced.

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Grown-ups tend to recall their adolescence as a highlight reel (or maybe, in some cases, it's a lowlight reel): the first leg or face shave, the first kiss, the first bra, the first ejaculation or menstruation, and the first time you walked into a room and were treated like an adult.

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Excitement was in the air Monday morning as students returned to schools all across the Newton County School System. These photos were taken at the Newton County Theme School, which houses grades K-8.

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We love casserole recipes because dinner can be made in a snap. Whether you eat this with a fork or tortilla chips, you'll be in for a treat. It's easy to prepare and is layered with rice, meat, salsa, and cheesy goodness. We thought it had just the right amount of heat, but you can easily a…

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The rate of Covid-19 vaccinations in the United States continues to rise, a positive sign amid skyrocketing cases and hospitalizations after weeks of lagging inoculations.

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A couple dozen nurses stood together on the hospital lawn in rural Randolph County, Georgia. They wore black T-shirts that read "Patterson Hospital 1948-2020" over their hearts. The phrase "We Gave All" was written across a broken heart on their tired backs.

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