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Monday November 30th, 2020 12:32PM

Mitch Clarke

Director of News and Content
Mitch Clarke is director of news and content for Jacobs Media. He is a reformed print journalist, having spent nearly three decades covering local, state and national politics. Email: mitch.clarke@jacobsmedia.net. Twitter: @MitchAClarke
Mitch Clarke
Rain, then blustery cold forecast for North Georgia
Heavy rain is expected later today and overnight as a strong storm season from the Gulf Coast across the state, and some area of far north Georgia might see some snow flurries Monday.
10:01AM ( 1 day ago )
Raffensperger: Collins 'a flat-out liar' about Georgia vote
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Monday that the recount of the presidential race will be completed in a few days, and he said accusations of voter fraud from some people, including Rep. Doug Collins of Gainesville, are lies.
12:41PM ( 1 week ago )
It's time to move on
Republicans had a very good night on November 3.
10:36AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Veterans Day: Honoring all who served
AccessWDUN is honored to salute the men and women who have served our country as members of the United States military
5:30AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Send us photos of Northeast Georgia veterans
AccessWDUN wants to celebrate Veterans Day by honoring those who have served from Northeast Georgia.
5:00PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Hall County still counting mailed absentee ballots
Hall County elections officials are continuing to count absentee by mail ballot after a record number were received by the county.
6:37AM ( 3 weeks ago )
It's true: Snickers satisfies
The “Today” show last week took on one of the most controversial issues of the day, and, no, I don’t mean the presidential election or the coronavirus, because, really, aren’t we all just sick to death about both of those issues?
10:37AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Jon Ossoff
Interview with Jon Ossoff
9:51AM ( 1 month ago )
Hurricane Zeta closings and cancellations
A list of closings and cancellations for Friday, Oct. 30.
2:12PM ( 1 month ago )
WSJ: Hackers release some information stolen from Hall County
A computer hacker, upset that Hall County government didn’t pay a ransom, has publicly released some data – including election information – taken during an attack on the county’s computer system, according to an article Wednesday in the Wall Street Journal.
12:30PM ( 1 month ago )