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Watkinsville, Oconee County, Georgia
In a 3-1 vote, the Watkinsville City Council on Wednesday night terminated Police Chief Lee O’Dillon. Councilwoman Connie Massey was the dissenting vote, and Dan Matthews abstained. (A previous version of this story incorrectly stated it was a 4-1 vote).
Bonding over their shared understanding as fathers of three children, a debate between Georgia House District 119 incumbent Jonathan Wallace and Republican challenger Marcus Wiedower began with handshakes and ended with a chummy hug. In a forum last Thursday at Piedmont Athens Regional that was moderated by WGAU’s Tim Bryant, these candidates’ cordial disposition contrasted sharply with the ongoing combative rhetoric of candidates for Georgia House District 117.
If the Watkinsville City Council decides to terminate Police Chief Lee O’Dillon, he is entitled to $54,426 from 2,107 unused sick hours and 208 unused vacation hours, according to O’Dillon’s employment-law attorney, Janet Hill.
The North Oconee Rotary Club is hosting a human trafficking awareness forum on Thursday, Oct. 25 at the Oconee County Civic Center. Doors open at 5 p.m. with food available for purchase and educational videos and resource tables. Guest speakers will take the floor at 6 p.m.
Donations to Oconee’s Board of Education candidates could very likely fit in a wallet.
More than 200 of the best craftsmen and arts exhibitors from across the Southeast will be present at the Oconee Fall Festival on Rocket Field on Saturday.
At times, the rustle of autumn leaves drowns out the whistling of traffic atop a Watkinsville hill where three ancestors of the Harris family are buried.
At the beginning of their marriage, Lisa Dawson always tried to have dinner with her husband, Mark Dawson, even if that meant setting up a romantic spread in a hayfield or a cow pasture.
Fungi believed to be mold by some parents but classified by the Oconee County Elementary School administration as mildew resulted in a class being moved to that school maintenance could remedy the problem.
The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation’s annual fundraiser, Stein & Stem, provides the community with the opportunity not only to support the arts but to observe the creative process of several Oconee artists as well.
Capitalizing on the foot traffic of the Oconee Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival, there will also be a car, truck and bike show Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner of Barnett Shoals and McRee Mill roads. The show is outside a building made to resemble an old Texaco station. Proceeds benefit the Oconee first responders. For more information, call (706) 215-3274 or (706) 338-0197.
At last Thursday’s candidate forum, state legislators were asked if they would repeal Georgia’s Campus Carry law, which was defeated in 2016 but passed in 2017. Rep. Jonathan Wallace and his challenger Marcus Wiedower were not in attendance for this forum. Moderator Michael Prochaska, editor of The Oconee Enterprise, said gun rights on college campuses has become the “issue of the decade.”
When the University of North Georgia’s Oconeefest first started in 2014, then-student body president Nathan Toburen told guests that college students grow up fast.
“Caterpillar Athens is no ordinary facility,” reads a pamphlet handed out last Friday at Caterpillar’s
Challengers seek more transparency
A $2.5 million dollar field expansion at Oconee Veterans Park is officially complete.
How can Watkinsville be more walkable? How can cyclists feel safer?
The Oconee County Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival will be bringing more than 200 of the best arts and crafts vendors in the Southeast to Watkinsville on Oct. 20 at Rocket Field.
Watkinsville has it all: a thriving downtown retail center, an industrial park and a charming natural landscape. However, the picturesque shoals and peaceful walking trails of Watkinsville require caretaking from civic-minded citizens. On Saturday, the city, in partnership with a number of groups, will host its first Envirofest at Harris Shoals Park after having just finished a workday at Watkinsville Woods.
The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation 19th annual Stein & Stem is Sunday from 4-7 p.m. at OCAF.
Earlier this fall, The Georgia Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences awarded The Oconee Enterprise with the 2018 John Harrell Mass Media Award.
An eight-to-10 building shopping complex at the intersection of Malcom Bridge and Lenru roads will take five years to build out, done in phases and with a groundbreaking in January of 2019.
Zaxby’s co-founder Tony Townley has one very unhappy neighbor, a disgruntled brother-in-law and property that has housed non-compliant business operations.
A forum organized by The Oconee Enterprise and hosted by the University of North Georgia is tonight at 6:60 p.m. in room 522 inside The Student Learning Center. Audience members can ask candidates questions directly. Board of Education candidates will speak for the first 40 minutes.
More than a year after the concept was introduced by the late Mayor Charles Ivie, the city of Watkinsville is now advertising for a city administrator.
Wing House Grill will replace JB's BBQ
The North Oconee Rotary Club is sponsoring a workshop on human trafficking Oct. 25 at the Oconee County Civic Center beginning at 5 p.m. with educational videos.
Event will feature remote bidding for auctions
In Oconee County, Victory Day is all about the smiles—on the faces of the athletes, the coaches, the parents, the teachers and, especially, the students.
Oconee County Middle School eighth grade students, with the help of history teacher Victor DeVine, have been studying Georgia history while simultaneously recording and preserving it.
Now if you do the crime in Oconee County, you can expect to do the time here too—the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is beginning a new program for those on probation to complete their community service here in the county.
Police fleet may go digital
Headline on the page
This year, Oconee County lost two charter members of the Pilot Club of Oconee.
Facing 70 acres of undeveloped land and a 20-foot row of red dirt, the Rev. Dr. Glenn Doak proclaimed the promise of this soil.
Democracy is not a spectator sport. The threat of losing our unalienable rights becomes real and palpable if we, as a collective society, don’t participate in politics. Dictators have ascended to power on the coattails of apathy and on the pitfalls of ignorance.
When he was in the sixth grade, Justin Daniel asked his father, Jay, if he could buy a cow—two, actually—with the money he had saved from selling and spreading pine straw.
After 50 years of dedicated service to local cancer patients, survivors and organizations, the Athens Area Cancer Auxiliary is closing its doors at the end of this year—but not without a farewell gala first.
“When you come visit, you will want my job,” Colham Ferry Elementary School Teacher of the Year Amy Arnold wrote in an entry form for her school’s highest honor. “You will be reminded of your childhood.”
“This far surpasses my expectations,” Chairman Tom Odom said of the crowd that showed up to the Oconee County Civic Center Tuesday night for the five-year Oconee County Schools strategic plan community engagement session.
Amy Rejmer may be the only teacher at Oconee Count Middle School whose teaching assistant is a friendly Rudolph potholder that she’s repurposed into a puppet.
Teaching wasn’t the path that High Shoals’ Teacher of the Year Erin Bowen saw herself taking, but it’s the one that life led her down.
When Colham Ferry Elementary’s Teacher of the Year Amy Arnold stops by a classroom and retrieves students for group or individualized speech therapy, the remaining students want to go too.
Malcom Bridge Middle’s Teacher of the Year Lisa Boyd likes teaching middle schoolers because, in her words, “they’re my people.”
The Planning Commission on Monday recommended approval of Tony Townley’s Eastville Car Museum with conditions.
Harden Hill Road has come a long way from its origins as an 18th century stagecoach path from Athens to Madison. Nowadays, more than 2,100 vehicles traverse the road each day, making it one of the busiest routes in Watkinsville and a connector to U.S. 441, Ga. Route 15 and downtown Watkinsville.
The Oconee County Grand Jury, a citizen group that investigates the operations of local governance, has recommended onsite resource officers at all 11 public schools.
Former Oconee resident J. Scott Angle has been nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as the director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. He will assume the role in late October.
The Junior American Citizens, a children’s group under the Rev. John Andrew Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, concluded Constitution Day with a blast.
As Oconee County Schools continue to score high on standardized tests, some parents in the county feel that it’s time for a realignment of priorities, in particular for the county’s younger students.
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