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The dogs who visit Fannin County Animal Control have more reason to strut their stuff and wag their tails now that volunteers may spend time with them and 13 outdoor runs are completed.
Students of the North Georgia Technical College Adult Education Center and Fannin Literacy Action Group (FLAG) were recognized recently for all the hard work they have put in to obtaining their GED
In the past week, officers at Fannin County Animal Control brought in five dogs with one reclaimed and one adopted. Eight went to Tri- State Pet Rescue.
The Ride the Rails Festival scheduled at the Historic Mineral Bluff Depot June 23 and 24 has 12’x12’ vendor spaces available at $10 each for both days.