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Column: Numerous tornadoes to remember in Northeast Georgia
Johnny Vardeman
Tornadoes are so ingrained in the history of Northeast Georgia, whenever their anniversaries come around, we are prone to make note of them. So it was earlier this week, March 20, when a 1998 twister struck early in the morning near Murrayville, then cut through 10 or 11 miles in north Hall County until it finally fizzled in White County. Thirteen people died; hundreds of thousands of dollars done in damage.