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News of a new Starbucks in Covington got a lot of “likes” and “shares” in our social media world, but don’t sleep on the truly big economic news of the week: The four-county Joint Development Authority approved the sale of nearly 630 acres in Stanton Springs to Baymare LLC.

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If voters have a problem with Brad Raffensperger's work as secretary of state, they can take it up with him at the ballot box in 2022. But we shouldn't lose our right to vote on the office entirely.

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While you probably have election fatigue from the endless campaign followed by the endless vote-counting, at least take a minute to consider the great job you as the Walton County electorate did.

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This woman named Erin spoke at the Loganville’s special meeting last Thursday’s morning. After hearing a report from real estate consultants Haddow & Co., she asked why Loganville couldn’t develop its downtown the way Monroe has.

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On Tuesday, the Social Circle Board of Education wrapped up a months-long selection process by hiring Robbie Hooker as the new superintendent for Social Circle City Schools.

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President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump brought cachet to the fight against prescription drug abuse this week with their visit to a conference on the matter in Atlanta.

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Since announcing the impending departure of superintendent Todd McGhee and the search for a new superintendent for Social Circle City Schools, the Social Circle Board of Education has been working hard to ensure that search concludes in a prompt and satisfying manner.

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Meeting behind closed doors is never required. Many of our local governing bodies remember that, but some seem to have a penchant for executive sessions.

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It’s always good to have a second or third pair of eyes on something, whether it’s a plan for home remodeling or an article in the pages of the newspaper.

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It is a note we hit quite often here in the pages of The Walton Tribune, but the tune is worth repeating, again and again: the importance of buying from locally-owned stores and supporting our native businesses.

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On Saturday, the Bulldogs of the University of Georgia will square off yet again with the Yellow Jackets of the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Walton County voters deserve a pat on the back for the way they have made tremendous use of the privilege that is early voting.