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High-tech health work

The Shire manufacturing facility at Stanton Springs near Social Circle is where products made from plasma are made to help patients with immune disorders. The plant is now owned by Takeda after a $60 billion-plus deal that was completed Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019.

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What's your favorite old Walton County newspaper name?

The Walton Tribune celebrates its 120th anniversary on Jan. 9, 2020. The Tribune is the successor to many publications that tried and failed to make a go of it in the early days of the county, including several with colorful names. What's your favorite?

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