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White Oak Pastures continues to grow its business | PHOTO GALLERY

From organic farming to soap-making, White Oak Pastures embraces business evolution

White Oak Pastures in Bluffton looks to the past for future growth.

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White Oak Pastures growing new life for Bluffton | PHOTO GALLERY

Local farm hopes to revitalize rural Bluffton

The Harris family, which has steered Georgia’s White Oak Pastures for five generations, is now putting its ingenuity and green touch for business to work in the farm’s hometown of Bluffton.

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Albany-Dougherty EDC looks to phase 2 of community marketing campaign

Phase 1 of 'There's Only One Albany' campaign nearing conclusion

Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission officials have their eyes on Phase 2 of an internal marketing campaign.

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Small business official says many consumers research products online, but purchase locally | VIDEO

Google becoming an important focus for small business owners

With the holiday shopping season in full swing many area small busineses are hoping to reap the benefit of proper Internet marketing strategies provided by the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center in Albany.

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Wynfield Park Health and Rehabilitation cutting ribbon on completed renovations

Former Albany Health Care renovated after 2012 purchase

Representatives of the media were given a preview of the revocations at Wynfield Park Health and Rehabilitation at 223 W. Third Ave. ahead of its open house on Thursday afternoon to give an idea of what came of the more than $10 million in improvements made to the building that had been known as Albany Health Care until it was purchased and renamed in 2012.

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Prolonged cold spell results in busy time for some Albany businesses

Albany Fire Department issues warning about substandard heating systems

Cold snap is boon for some Albany businesses

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Airfares keep rising despite lower oil prices

Airlines have no compelling reason to offer any breaks

Fares are going higher. And those bag fees that airlines instituted in 2008 when fuel prices spiked aren’t going away either.

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AT&T donates $40,000 for Dougherty County drop-out prevention program

The money will be used to bolster the resources of the Performance Learning Center at Monroe High

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WWE's 'Tribute to the Troops' to be taped at Fort Benning

Wrestling superstars, celebrities to thank American troops at Columbus outpost

World Wrestling Entertainment will bring a popular holiday event to Georgia’s Fort Benning.

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Ga. lawmakers press forward on medical marijuana

While an effort to bring a form of medical marijuana to Georgia garnered bipartisan support during the most recent legislative session, hurdles remain as lawmakers prepare to make another attempt at passing the legislation next year.

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Albany woman's journals lead to book

Book signings set at two Albany events

Sarah Rowan has released her first book, “Authentic Happiness Devotions for the Slumbering Believer.” The book was published by WestBow Press, which is based in Indiana. WestBow Press is a division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervon, the largest Christian publishers in America.

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Medical Associates of Albany moving to Lee County

Medical Associates of Albany break ground on new U.S. Highway 82 location

Doctors with Medical Associates of Albany will soon be leaving their Palmyra Road location in Albany and moving into a new facility that will be built on U.S. Highway 82 in Lee County.

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Albany Area Kitchen Inspections - Nov. 7-13, 2014

These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty, Lee, and Worth County Environmental Health Offices Nov. 7 through Nov. 13.

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Area senior citizens add to graying work force

Statistics show number of senior citizens in work force is increasing

Area seniors are among a growing number of workers 65-over who remain at their jobs.

Farm-City Week honors Georgia farmers

Georgia farmers lead the nation in producitng peanuts, pecans and poultry

The top ten commodities grown in Georgia are broilers, cotton, peanuts, eggs, beef, timber, corn, horses, dairy and greenhouse/nursery plants.


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