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Remember, Honor, Teach

Remember, Honor, Teach

The Georgia National Cemetery, spanning more than 775 acres in the serene landscape of Canton, is the final resting place for thousands of veterans and their families thanks to a generous donation by the late Scott Hudgens Jr., a veteran of World War II, entrepreneur,...

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Talking About Outdoors

Talking About Outdoors

Ask any local outdoors person or nature lover: there’s nothing quite like the anticipation of fall and winter in Cherokee County. While some of us may prefer to hibernate during the colder months, many thrive in the great outdoors, knowing it is a perfect time of year...

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Happy to be Back on VoyageATL

Happy to be Back on VoyageATL

What happens when VoyageATL reaches out to feature you again in their Inspiring Stories section? Why, you take the opportunity, of course! If you aren't familiar with Voyage ATL, it's an online magazine dedicated to telling the stories of local artists, creatives,...

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Sixty Years of Success

After sixty years of offering students of all ages and backgrounds a variety of vocational and technical training in north metro Atlanta, Chattahoochee Technical College estimates that on August 14 it will welcome more than 14,000 students at its eight...

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The Brotherhood of Dadhood

“One of the greatest barriers to connection is the cultural importance we place on ‘going it alone.’ Somehow we’ve come to equate success with not needing anyone. Many of us are willing to extend a helping hand, but we’re very reluctant to reach out for help when we...

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Rolling Out New Transportation

Thanks to innovations by some key Cherokee County leaders, “Metro Meets the Mountains” with new propane-powered vehicles for the Cherokee Area Transportation System [CATS]. The new vehicles provide environmental and financial benefits for residents and taxpayers....

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