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Coldwell Banker agent named one of America’s best realtors of 2020

Brian Quinn, an agent with the No. 1 ranked real estate firm in the region, Coldwell Banker Lake Oconee Realty/Lake Country, was recently named one of America’s Best Realtors of 2020 by Newsweek. The honor, which was bestowed on only 500 Realtors nationwide, highlights those real estate professionals who statistically produce the most volume in sales on a yearly basis. With residential real estate sales totaling $60,146,430.50 in 2019, Brian Quinn currently ranks No. 3 in the State of Georgia and No. 303 nationwide in total volume. This honor comes on the coat tails of other recent career accolades, including receipt of the 2019 Coldwell Banker International Society of Excellence Award, which is presented annually to the top 1 pecent of over 90,000 Coldwell Banker agents worldwide.

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Boaters and anglers should obey the law

Our country has always been a country of law and order. There once was a deep-seated respect for the laws whatever those laws were trying to control or enforce. However, that respect for our laws has slowly weakened in many areas in recent times.

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EPD, GBI investigate shooting

A 19-year-old who was shot in his Eatonton home Monday afternoon is in critical condition at Navicent Health Medical Center in Macon, according to Eatonton Police Chief Kent Lawrence, who identified the teen as Jayden Mason.

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EATONTON FIXER-UPPER

The Putnam County Planning and Zoning Commission is recommending to the county commission that a broken down, boarded up house at 406 N. Jefferson Ave. in Eatonton be granted an R-1 conditional use permit.

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The national anthem and the NFL

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New COVID-19 cases slow in Putnam

Following two weeks of spiking reports of new, confirmed COVID-19 cases in Putnam County, the state Department of Public Health is reporting a slowdown of new cases this week with an increase of 23 new cases from 199 county wide to 222 as of Monday, July 13.

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First responders appreciated

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