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Boys Killed At Georgia Mudding Were Brothers

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. (AP) — The Georgia State Patrol has identified the two brothers killed during a weekend mudding event as brothers from Macon.

News outlets report that 10-year-old Justin Moore and 14-year-old Ryan Moore died and 11-year-old Zach Holloway of Milledgeville was seriously hurt when a driver lost control of his truck. 70 more words

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Five Fun Flannery Facts

Andalusia, home of American author Flannery O’Connor, reopens to the public on June 19! This 520 acre farm served as the author’s home from 1951 – 1964 and influenced the setting for several of her stories for 13 years. 412 more words

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The Mentor in Milledgeville

“Gordon’s earliest critiques of O’Connor’s work (in 1951-52) coincided with O’Connor’s move to a new home, Andalusia. A landscape of sprawling pastures circled by jagged pines. 48 more words

The Sandwiches of West Hancock Street

Everyone loves a good sandwich. Whether it’s a gourmet panini or just a plain turkey, Downtown Milledgeville has a tasty option for everyone! Just take a walk down the West Hancock Street and you’ll find a superb sandwich at every stop. 509 more words

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Goodbye Milly

I first met Milledgeville when I was seventeen. I was touring colleges and attempting to figure out where I wanted to be. A student friend of mine showed me Georgia College’s campus, walked me through downtown and we ate lunch at The Brick. 559 more words

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Graduation Gift Guide

The clock is ticking as graduation comes closer and closer.

Wondering what to get your the student in your life before they head off into the real world? 370 more words

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo- the day the Mexican army defeated the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

While it’s a relatively minor day in Mexico, folks in the States love celebrating it by indulging in some of Mexico’s finest food and drink. 304 more words

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