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In the early 1900s, when Ira Ethridge went to work on his family's farm, the tools of his trade were basic.

November 07, 2010 | Brandee A. Thomas | Life


Work of fiction becomes facts of life for Gainesville author

While writing his latest novel, Gainesville author Scott Lindquist, along with the characters in his new book "The Jesus Factory," went on a decidedly spiritual expedition.

November 06, 2010 | BY ASHLEY BATES For The Times | Life


USDA webinar will help hobbyists keep their flocks healthy

Being the chicken capital of the world, Gainesville has many chicken plants, but even more backyard poultry farms.

November 04, 2010 | By Jennifer Jackson Whitley For The Times | Life


This lasagna makes just enough for 2, minus the hassle

Downsizing recipes is not always an easy task, especially for classics like lasagna.

November 02, 2010 | By Susan M. Selasky Detroit Free Press | Life


A half century later, Gainesville doctor still practicing medicine

Allyn Cleon Johnson still uses the same doctor's bag that he took to house calls more than 50 years ago.

November 01, 2010 | Carolyn Crist | Life


Lumpkin student selected for US Army All-American Marching Band

Kenny Quigley of New Lumpkin County High School was recently given the chance to play on a national stage this January.

November 01, 2010 | Elizabeth Burlingame | Life


Hatmaker Duvall does more than cover heads

When Mary Duvall goes hunting for a nice hat, she's not looking for a perfectly placed bow or just the right shade of any particular color.

October 31, 2010 | Brandee A. Thomas | Life


New church aims to attract the 'unreachables'

The Rev. Kenny Rice decided five years after "planting" Set Free Baptist Church in Dahlonega, it was time to create a church with the same rock 'n' roll, biker feel in Gainesville.

October 30, 2010 | BY ASHLEY BATES For The Times | Life


Eco-friendly homebuilding more in demand in Northeast Georgia

When it comes to construction, green is the only way to go for some homebuilders and their customers.

October 28, 2010 | BY EMILY PERRY For The Times | Life


Jessica Seinfeld’s new book amps up the yum factor

In her first book, "Deceptively Delicious," Jessica Seinfeld, wife of comedian Jerry Seinfeld, taught readers the charms of cooking with pureed vegetables or fruits.

October 27, 2010 | Tasha Biggers | Life


Halloween treats that aren’t a nutritional horror

A good scare on Halloween is fine, unless it's from reading the nutrition label on one of your kid's treats (or one of your own, for that matter).

October 26, 2010 | By JIM ROMANOFF The Associated Press | Life


12-year-old, 3 brothers, celebrate Eagle Scout status

Jarrett Turner is following in his brothers' footsteps by getting his Eagle Scout rank - but at a much earlier age.

October 25, 2010 | Carolyn Crist | Life


Habersham student takes trip to Washington to learn about national security

At 17, Savanna Freeman has some insight as to what it takes to respond to a national security crisis.

October 25, 2010 | Elizabeth Burlingame | Life


Dahlonega woman continues the art of bookbinding

In a rustic Dahlonega cabin overlooking miles of beautiful Northeast Georgia Mountains lives a rare talent.

October 24, 2010 | By Jennifer Jackson Whitley For The Times | Life


Need another reason to smile?

Much like her shiny hair and warm eyes, the space between Geneva Aguirre's front teeth has always been a part of her look. When she was little, Aguirre used to stick a flavored tooth pick in the gap - just because it would fit and no one else could do it. It made her unique.

October 24, 2010 | By Jessica Yadegaran Contra Costa Times | Life


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