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Ga. officials offer online deer hunting application

Ga. officials offer online deer hunting application

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. (AP) - Georgia wildlife officials are encouraging deer hunters to fill out an online application that will allow them to participate in this season's deer quota hunt.

Officials from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division officials say the deadline to submit an application for deer quota hunting is Sept. 1.

Public input wanted in Georgia's deer management plan

Public input wanted in Georgia's deer management plan

Georgia Department of Natural Resources wants your input in how the state manages the white-tailed deer population.

According to a release, the meetings include an overview of stakeholder recommendations and proposed actions to take for deer management including: population density, seasons and bag limits, hunting methods, hunter access, urban deer management, education and outreach.

You can attend a meeting at Monroe County Library on Wednesday, August 20 at 7 p.m.

Georgia Chamber to host regional lunch in Baldwin County

Georgia Chamber to host regional lunch in Baldwin County

The Georgia Chamber hosts a regional lunch in Milledgeville Wednesday.

According to a release, more than 80 members and investors are expected to attend.

Lunch is at noon at Georgia College.

Chamber CEO Chris CLark will discuss key business legislation in the 2014 session.

Milledgeville Main Street wins top Main Street City in America

Milledgeville Main Street wins top Main Street City in America

Milledgeville Main Street has been named the top Main Street City in America.

The organization won the Great American Main Street Award.

Law firm to host public forum on Plant Washington

Law firm to host public forum on Plant Washington

A law firm plans to host a public forum on the current state of Plant Washington.

Hosted by GreenLaw, that meeting happens Wednesday, May 21 at 6 p.m. at New Light Christian Fellowship Church in Warthen, according to a release.

Students partner with Georgia Power to identify algae in Georgia’s lakes

Students partner with Georgia Power to identify algae in Georgia’s lakes

Georgia College environmental science and biology students spent the semester working to identify different types of algae in Georgia’s lakes, determining the causes and examining the potential to cause harm. 

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