BREAKING: Authorities investigating possible homicide in Talmo Road area
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office said it is conducting a death investigation Wednesday, April 21, involving a possible homicide off of Talmo Road.
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Dr. Glenn Sosebee, left, and Dr. Todd Britt, far right, recently awarded Olivia Smith, Joshua Robertson and Laykin Herford with the Sosebee & Britt Orthodontics Excellence in Community Service Scholarships.

Three area graduates receive scholarships

Sosenee & Britt Orthodontics awarded three graduating Hall County high school seniors with scholarships. The three students are current or former patients of Sosebee and Britt Orthodontics who have excelled in providing service to the community.

Receiving the second annual Sosebee & Britt Orthodontics Excellence in Community Service Scholarships are: Laykin Herford, a West Hall High School graduate who plans to attend the University of North Georgia; Joshua Robertson, a Johnson High School graduate who plans to attend Berry College; and Olivia Smith, a North Hall High School graduate who plans to attend Georgia Southern University.

Williams receives white coat

John Richard Williams of Gainesville, received his white coat at the Physician Assistant Program Class of 2014 White Coat Ceremony at Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harrogate, Tenn., on June 15.

Williams is a second-year physician assistant student at LMU-DCOM. The White Coat Ceremony is an important, public demonstration of a student’s commitment to patient care and professionalism.

The Ceremony is considered to be a rite of passage, in that an individual has demonstrated the qualities and abilities to provide competent care and can move on to the next phase of his or her training.

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