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Athens Oconee Audiology welcomes Dr. Kathryn Pegan

Special to the Citizen Athens Oconee Audiology is excited to announce that Dr. Kathryn Pegan has joined the practice as the new staff audiologist. Bringing extensive experience in both adult and pediatric clinical service to her new position, Dr. Pegan offers audiological evaluations, cochlear implant evaluations and

Monroe County Bank to merge with United Bank

Special to the Citizen United Bank and Monroe County Bank (“MCB”) today announced the signing of a definitive agreement, whereby Monroe County Bank will be merged into United Bank. MCB is Monroe County’s largest and oldest community bank and operates full service locations in Forsyth and Bolingbroke.

School board to hold called meeting on accreditation

Special to the Citizen There will be a Called Meeting by the Morgan County Charter School System Board of Education on Wednesday, April 16, at 2:15p.m. in the Board of Education boardroom. The public is invited to this meeting to hear the Accreditation Exit Report based on

Friends of Hard Labor Creek to hold golf tournament

Special to the Citizen On Friday, April 25, Friends of Hard Labor Creek State Park will be hosting a golf tournament to raise money for the restoration of the old mill water wheel, the signature hole on “The Creek” golf course at Hard Labor Creek State Park.

University Cancer & Blood opening Lake Oconee office

Special to the Citizen University Cancer & Blood Center (UCBC) announced it is opening a new office near Lake Oconee at The Cowles Clinic, a medical complex located at 1000 Cowles Clinic Way in Greensboro. The office is in Aspen Cottage, second floor, suite A-100.Athens-based University Cancer

Morgan County Pro Tec 9-10 team takes second place in Lake Area Championship

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer By Nick Nunn staff writer A good crowd of parents and supporters made it out to Bill Corry Stadium last Thursday during the icy evening to cheer on the Morgan County Pro Tec Fire & Safety 9-10 football team during the 2013

Boo-Tastic Fun!

You Want Fries With That? Emerson Clark and Lexie von Hanstein had Steak n’ Shake on their minds when they decided n a Halloween costume. The Morgan County girls worked out the outfits and convinced the Athens Steak n’ Shake to create name tags. Photo Contributed