Sunday, December 16, 2018

Hahira Middle School Students Develop App

Congratulations to Kaitlynn Stalvey and Sara Whiddon Hahira Middle School students, for winning 4th place in the 1st Annual Congressional App Challenge. They developed an app to allow kids with verbal disabilities to be able to better express their feelings, decompress from stress, and better communicate with their parents, teachers, and peers. “Inside Out”...

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Simple Tips to Upgrade Your Next Casual Gathering

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Brunswick Stew

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Country Love Soulfood and BBQ

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Louie Smalls; Big on Taste

Sometimes we get so busy eating our food we forget to taste it. Louie Smalls bills itself as “a unique blend of international flavors...

Beyond Sushi: How to Enjoy Sake at Home

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Wine and Wings? Getting Creative for the Big Game

Everyone enjoys a hearty spread of comfort food for the big game. The range of flavors and textures in these dishes tend to run...

NOW LIVE: Gritz N Gravy, A Food Blog

South Georgia Today is excited to announce the launch of our new Food Blog; GRITZ N GRAVY. Here in South Georgia, we are blessed with...
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