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Banks County begins process to let residents vote on 1-cent roads and bridges tax
The Banks County Commission voted Tuesday night to proceed with necessary steps to place a 1-cent Local Option Sales Tax only for roads and bridges on an upcoming ballot to be decided by county residents.
10:55PM ( 1 day ago )
Buford commission candidate in city's only contested race disqualified
A race for a Buford City Commission is now a one-man race, eliminating the only contested race in the city.
1:34PM ( 1 day ago )
Clarkesville holds the line on millage, but sacrifices new police position
The Clarkesville City Council voted Monday night to hold the line on the city’s millage rate at 6.35 for another year.
10:15PM ( 2 days ago )
Politics
LISTEN: What happens when the dog eats your homework...or bread knife...or car keys
Dr. Marie Lance talks about some of the strange things dogs ingest and the dangers of not "puppy" proofing your home.
10:47AM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: UROLIFT gives men a welcome option to treating enlarged prostate
Dr. Brent Sharpe discusses UROLIFT, a treatment option for enlarged prostate, that's seeing excellent results.
11:20AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: A Code Red experience with Cristy Nickel
Cristy "Code Red" Nickel talks weight loss with advice from her new book "The Code Red Revolution". Find out her three simple things for losing weight and living a healthier life.
10:00AM ( 1 week ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Waiting to take care of plumbing problems can be costly
Scott Roberts of Roberts Plumbing talks of the dangers of delaying plumbing repairs.
9:08AM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Loran Smith previews UGA vs Miss St.q
Loran Smith made his weekly visit to the Bill and Joel Morning Show to talk the weekend's upcoming college football games.
7:25AM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Hector Elizondo talks brain health and Last Man Standing
Hector Elizondo share the story of his family's dealings with dementia and shares ways we can all help our brains stay as healthy as possible. He also shares a few thoughts on "Last Man Standing" and why it ended.
10:10AM ( 1 month ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel
Banks County begins process to let residents vote on 1-cent roads and bridges tax
The Banks County Commission voted Tuesday night to proceed with necessary steps to place a 1-cent Local Option Sales Tax only for roads and bridges on an upcoming ballot to be decided by county residents.
10:55PM ( 1 day ago )
Buford commission candidate in city's only contested race disqualified
A race for a Buford City Commission is now a one-man race, eliminating the only contested race in the city.
1:34PM ( 1 day ago )
Early voting has been 'light' so far, Hall officials say
The first week of early voting has proven "light" so far, according to Hall County Elections officials.
3:23PM ( 2 days ago )
Hall County School District schedules info meetings for programs of choice
The Hall County School District has opened the application process for the High School Programs of Choice and Charter Schools for students who will be freshmen beginning the next school year.
11:17AM ( 2 days ago )
Georgia Rep. Price says HIV comments taken out of context
Georgia Rep. Betty Price says her comments on people with HIV that ignited a national firestorm were ``taken completely out of context.''
7:43AM ( 2 days ago )