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Plants — lots of plants — brighten the roadside along Arnold Mill Road, just east of its intersection with Neese Road in Woodstock. Those plants, both vegetables and pollinating plants, make up the Woodstock Community Garden which is thriving in a new location.

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BACK TO THE ’80s: Revival South is hosting another edition of the popular Back to the ’80s party from 7-10 p.m. Sept. 26. This time, the festivities will take place on the green space at The Mill on Etowah, 225 Reformation Parkway, Canton. There will be food, vendors, axe throwing, arcade ma…

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In 1957, Johnny Carson was just beginning his career as a comedian and game show host when he landed a job as the host of a new program called, “Who Do You Trust?” Like most game shows, the premise was entertaining and not very sophisticated. Later, of course, Carson became perhaps the great…

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To most people, butterfly migration is best illustrated by the iconic monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus). It is well known for its annual fall migration from the northern United States to its overwintering grounds in Mexico and returning northwards each spring. But while the monarch gets m…

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A Christian farmer went to the city on business and stopped by a small restaurant for lunch. When his food was served, he bowed his head and gave God thanks, just as he always did at home. A young fellow at the next table noticed that the farmer was praying. Thinking that the man was a littl…