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  1. Commerce woman remains jailed on charges of dealing in methRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    A Commerce woman remained in jail without bond Wednesday after Jackson County sheriff's deputies charged her for dealing drugs. Denise Cowart Gary, 58, was the target of a "lengthy investigation" involving the sale of drugs from her home on Allen Road, deputies said.

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  2. Prep roundup: Clarke Central's Fairbairn strikes out 15 in 8-0 winRead the original story

    Monday | Athens Banner-Herald

    Fairbairn struck out 15 batters over six innings to lead the Gladiators to an 8-0 win over Prince Avenue Christian. Chandon Haynes had a solid game at the plate, going 3 for 3 with two RBIs.

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  3. Athens YMCA celebrates year of changes during 158th anniversary TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Athens Banner-Herald

    The Athens YMCA will kick off a month-long celebration for its 158th anniversary at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the facility located at 915 Hawthorne Ave. Athens YMCA CEO Shae Wilson admits that 158 years is an odd number to celebrate, but said she felt it was important to publicly celebrate this year's anniversary in light of the many changes that have happened at the Y. During the event, attendees will enjoy cake and music, interact with Y staff and members, and be led on tours of the facility. Certificates also will be given to the Y's oldest and youngest members.

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  4. Commerce falls in state quarterfinalsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Nearly everything that could go wrong for Commerce's girls basketball team did on Tuesday in a 45-31 loss to visiting Terrell County in the Class A Public state quarterfinals. First, the Tigers saw freshman point guard and leading scorer Mya Jones leave the game with an injury in the first minute of play.

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  5. Commerce falls in quarterfinals against Terrell CountyRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Nearly everything that could go wrong for Commerce's girls basketball team did on Tuesday in a 45-31 loss to visiting Terrell County in the Class A Public state quarterfinals. The Tigers saw freshman point guard and leading scorer Mya Jones leave the game with an injury in the first minute of play.

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  6. State playoffs highlight best prep events of the weekRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Commerce will host the Class A Public girls state quarterfinals on Tuesday. Cedar Shoals and Athens Christian will host boys quarterfinals on Wednesday.

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  7. Jackson County blotterRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Athens Banner-Herald

    DOMESTIC DISPUTE: On Feb. 16, Deputy Matthew Rogers was dispatched to a dispute in Talmo, where a 46-year-old woman said her brother was driving by her home when he stopped in the roadway, got out, and asked for the whereabouts of her son. When she told him he was at his home, the brother began cursing her, at which point the woman's husband exited the house and told his brother-in-law to leave.

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  8. Tigers in a rout: Asia Jones' career night paces CommerceRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Athens Banner-Herald

    But in the Tigers' 56-38 rout of visiting Montgomery County in the first round of the Class A Public state playoffs, they got the team effort they'd been searching for. They'll play the Claxton-Terrell County winner on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.

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  9. Area wrestlers shine at state wrestling meetRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Jefferson's Chase Piperato and his senior counterparts didn't want the Dragons' state title streak to end on their watch. "It's unbelievable pressure.

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  10. A look at this weekend's basketball state playoff gamesRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Commerce's girls and Athens Christian's boys open tournament play at home in the first round of the Class A state tournaments. Cedar Shoals and Apalachee advanced to the second round of the Class AAAAA state tournament.

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  11. Expect delays in Banner-Herald deliveries this morningRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Subscribers in the Madison County and the Jefferson and Commerce area can expect a more delayed delivery due to these issues.

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  12. Jefferson, Commerce defend wrestling crownsRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 14 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Jefferson won its 15th consecutive state traditional wrestling title, and first in Class AAA, in Macon on Saturday. The Dragons, already the owners of 14 consecutive state duals titles, had six state champions.

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  13. Yamacutah: Native American mystery has long been intrigue in Jackson CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | Athens Banner-Herald

    There is a long-standing mystery in Jackson County that somewhere bordering the meandering North Oconee River was a sacred Native American Indian shrine called Yamacutah. The story of Yamacutah might have been lost in time if not for the documentation by local historian Gustavus James Wilson, who wrote of the shrine in his book "The Early History of Jackson County."

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  14. Athens area wrestling teams shoot for more success in MaconRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 12 | Athens Banner-Herald

    After a inclement weather forced the postponement of the tournament last year, the event was held at six different high schools across the state instead of one arena. "I think they'll be excited to be on the big stage," Commerce coach Kendall Love said.

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  15. Athens area high school games of the weekRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | Athens Banner-Herald

    A few area teams began their region tournament schedule on Monday, but competition will pick up as the week progresses. Semifinals will be played on Friday and finals will be played on Saturday.

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  16. Sheriff's deputies shoot, wound man in northeast GeorgiaRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 8 | Athens Banner-Herald

    State authorities are investigating a shooting involving two Banks County sheriff's deputies and a suspect they were trying to apprehend. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the gunfire happened Friday, when the deputies approached 39-year-old Malcody Dinges in Commerce.

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  17. Jackson County police blotterRead the original story

    Friday Feb 6 | Athens Banner-Herald

    DISPUTE: On Feb. 1, deputies were dispatched to a dispute between neighbors on Old Kings Bridge about the easement of a driveway. The woman said she was raking leaves, when the neighbor began yelling at her for raking leaves into a ditch.

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  18. Five things to watch during wrestling sectionalsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 6 | Athens Banner-Herald

    After successful area tournaments, 11 area teams will have wrestlers compete in state sectionals this weekend. The tournaments, which can begin as early as Friday, will determine who advances to the state traditional tournament at the Macon Centreplex from Jan. 12-14.

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  19. VIDEO: Fire destroys century-old farmhouse in Jackson CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 3 | Athens Banner-Herald

    An early Monday fire destroyed a 122-year-old farmhouse south of Nicholson that was once home to a family that farmed a large acreage in this section of southern Jackson County. The Wardlaw home was destroyed apparently from a fire that originated in a laundry room, according to Jackson County Emergency Services Director Steve Nichols.

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  20. Commerce Alzheimer's abuse case: Felonies charged to facility owner dismissedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 3 | Athens Banner-Herald

    Prosecutors this week dismissed felony charges against the owner of a Jackson County Alzheimer's care center where authorities alleged widespread abuse of residents had occurred before the facility was raided and closed in 2013. In an agreement with prosecutors, Donna Hanner Wright pleaded no contest Monday in Jackson County Superior Court to misdemeanors that her attorney claimed would have otherwise been administrative infractions payable by a fine.

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