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In Case You Missed It: 7 of the Most Popular Georgia Mountain Laurel Articles from 2016

Apr 29, 2016 05:39PM ● By Melanie Heisinger
We have been lucky this year with great stories and even greater participation by our readers. We have compiled a list of our top 7 most popular articles this quarter. Hopefully it will help you get some ideas on things to do, as well as bring back some great memories! 

2016 Guide to Northern Georgia Fairs and Festivals - Mar 21 2016 0900AM

2016 Guide to Northern Georgia Fairs and Festivals

With Spring here, it’s time to start thinking about all the fun fairs and festival’s going on around northern Georgia. We have put together a list of great events to enjoy this festival s... Read More » 

Full-Moon Suspension Bridge Hike at Tallulah Gorge

Full-Moon Suspension Bridge Hike at Tallulah Gorge

Join a park ranger for a guided, 1-mile Full Moon Suspension Bridge Hike around Tallulah Gorge State Park. Read More » 

Photo courtesy of foxfire50thorg

Foxfire Celebrates 50 Years of The Foxfire Approach to Teaching & Learning

Foxfire looks to the future as it celebrates its 50th anniversary with a full year of programming. Read More »   

Memories of a Mountain Shortline Exploring Northeast Georgia - Jan 04 2016 1249PM

Memories of a Mountain Shortline: Exploring Northeast Georgia

The Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center helped produce a DVD documentary by authors David Greear and Emory Jones, both local residents of White County. Read More » 

Rabun County High School alumnus Jeremiah Brown who plays linebacker at Shorter University Photo courtesy of Shorter University

Rabun County High Alumnus Reflects Upon Shining Moment at Arlington's AT&T Stadium

We catch up with Rabun County High School's Jeremiah Brown, a junior linebacker at Shorter University in Rome. Read More »  

Bear Sightings in Springtime What to Do and What Not to Do - Apr 26 2016 0150PM

Bear Sightings in Springtime: What to Do and What Not to Do

As the weather warms, sightings of multiple types of wildlife potentially increase. This could include black bears that might be seen in or around your neighborhood this spring and summer. Read More » 

17th Annual Celebrate Clayton Art Festival - Mar 21 2016 0903PM

17th Annual Celebrate Clayton Art Festival

Preparations are being made to accommodate some 100 exhibitors in the Artist Market on Main Street. The street festival is avidly anticipated by vacationers, visitors and locals alike. Read More » 

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