• North Georgia Senior Living: Changing The Conversation

    This Week, Jessie Barton from Cameron Hall explains the importance of changing the conversation about long term care. With so much stigma around senior living and assisted living she feels that it’s important we change the narrative. She also states the best way to bring up the conversation about assisted living.  

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  • Ask The Doc! Commonly Asked Questions

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    This week, Dr. William Whaley answers the commonly asked questions he gets asked every day regarding Covid-19. Dr. Whaley says how long the virus stays on different surfaces. He also describes the cases that have “No Known Exposure.” Meaning these cases can’t be contact traced back to a specific place or person. Dr. Whaley also […]

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  • DRIVE-THRU FLU SHOT CLINIC in Ellijay is Tuesday, September 22nd!

    Ellijay, GA– This year’s DRIVE-THRU FLU SHOT CLINIC, conducted by Gilmer County Health Department, is Tuesday, September 22nd from 8 am to 1 pm at the ETC Pavilion in Ellijay! It’s especially important this year that you’re able to remain separately and safely in your vehicle while driving through to get your flu shot from […]

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  • The Weekly Word

    Revelation 1:7, “Behold, He is coming with clouds, and every eye will see Him, and they also who pierced Him . . ”  Rev. Billy Graham wrote, “Bible teaching about the Second Coming of Christ was thought of as doomsday preaching. But not anymore. It is the only ray of hope that shines in a […]

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  • Guns and Police Reform, What Does it Mean? Danger!

    Written by George McClellan Democrats believe that on the issue of gun violence, the 2nd Amendment is wholly responsible and should be made redundant; as if guns, as inanimate objects, are responsible for running around killing innocent black males. Having failed to sell that nonsense to a growing majority of 2A supporting Americans, that now […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Rescue: Otto and Ottis

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    Meet Otto and Ottis, a bonded pair of Shihtzus, who were found running together as strays; so dirty and matted that one required emergency surgery to help him regain bodily functions! Both are healthy and happy to be getting the attention from the volunteers. The boys are about 8 years old and 12 lbs. each. […]

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  • Homeward Bound, Jack

    Meet Jack, a 14 year old Jack Russell terrier with the heart and mind of a pup half his age.  This little guy weighs 17 ½ lbs.  Jack is good on a leash; house trained; and at this time, is confused as to why he is in a kennel.  He was in a home where […]

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  • North Georgia Senior Living: Mental Health in Assisted Living

    This morning, Jessie Barton explains what restrictions Cameron Hall still has in place. Visitors are still not allowed to enter the building. They aren’t allowed to have group meals. Jessie explains that everytime Governor Kemp extends the State of Emergency they have to follow those restrictions longer. Lastly, Jessie explains how they are dealing with […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Manageable Numbers

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    This week, the doctors stress the importance of looking out for your mental health during this time, as well as your overall health. Dr. Whaley touches on the current data calling the numbers “manageable.” They also asses the risks according to your age. They also discuss how Covid works and effects the body and what […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Duchess

    Meet Duchess, a senior girl was a stray in Gilmer County and was never claimed by her family during the 5- day stray hold. This sweet girl was given the name “Duchess” as an indication of the kind of lifestyle she deserves for the rest of her life. Her age is unknown. She has early […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Immediate Covid Test?

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    This morning, The doctors discuss the new CDC guidelines regarding testing asymptomatic people. They also touch on the Rapid Covid-19 test that was approved by the FDA. The Rapid test would be sold in store and give results in 15 minutes. This means that it can be used at Schools, in sports, and other events. […]

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  • Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 – Get Tested

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    Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19: Get Tested! Why take the COVID-19 test? A viral COVID-19 test indicates if you are currently infected. If you are, you and public health can take protective measures to prevent the spread of the virus to other people. Register for FREE testing in North Georgia at 1-888-881-1474! Learn more […]

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  • How To Define Healing

    Written by George McClellan Healing, is a term always used by Democrats as an appeal to vote for them as opposed to those rascally Republicans who are destroying American cities, killing Americas black population and failing to use the power of government to lift poor people out of poverty. The term no longer has any […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Rescue, Layla

    What you will notice first about Layla is her dazzling smile! Then you really take notice of her beautiful brindle coat and top that with a sweet personality. Layla is a 35 lb., active 6 + year old terrier mix. She loves to play; snuggle; take leash walks and enjoys being co-pilot in the car! […]

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