Don’t miss what “Local Voices” had to say this week on our local Patches. Below are some Northeast Georgia blogs that got people talking this week. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your two cents in!
Dacula Patch blogger Deborah Renner wrote this week about a prom story that Mill Creek teens won’t soon forget. Catch up on this story and see how Renner’s daughter, a junior at the Hoschton school, turned what could have been a prom disappointment into a night she and her boyfriend will never forget.
Athens Patch blogger and veterinarian discusses tick and flea infestations on our beloved pets. Find out what treatments are available and which ones truly work in her latest blog. Loniak suggests you take action on these little pests quickly as they are more difficult to get rid of once they start reproducing in your carpet, furniture and on your pets.
Loganville-Grayson Patch blogger Dave Emanuel educates us on what exactly a ‘SWIL’ is (honestly, I didn’t know) and how we might recognize them during this campaign heavy year.
“ profiles the Athens Dog Shelter in her latest blog post on the Oconee Patch. Champagne introduces us to two new furry friends, Ruby and Todd, both of whom are in need of a forever home. Don't miss this inside look at the environment and outreach provided by the shelter.
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