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  • Fifty States, Fifty Marathons (click to Read More)

    By Ellen Samsell Salas

    “It was an adventure. I can’t believe we did this,” says Canton native Ken Locke, who with his wife Amanda has accomplished a mighty feat.

    Fifty states. Fifty marathons. Together. In only eight years.

    Amanda downplays their feat saying, “It wasn’t pretty. We didn’t train. We didn’t eat right. We are not fast. We just went out there and did it.” Our attitude was, “let’s enjoy it,” says Ken. With times from four to eight hours,

  • Alpine Bakery (click to Read More)

     Taste the Love

    By Marsha Cornelius

    Cookie, Pastry, and Truffle Trays Along With Cakes, Pies, Delivery,
    and Gift Cards Make Your Holidays Special and Easier!

    Alpine Bakery is known for its delicious, visually stunning desserts. With the tagline “Taste the Love,” Alpine has been painstakingly pouring care and commitment into delicious desserts for over 15 years. A strictly “from scratch” bakery using only all natural ingredients means no bucket,...
  • Holiday Gift Guide 2019 Cherokee (click to Read More)


    Nora Fleming is sure to bring joy to every table and every event! Why not have one neutral platter or home decor piece, and change the different “minis” for every occasion, season, or special event? Stop into Chamberhouse to discover the next best gift for you and your loved ones!
    145 W. Main Street
    Canton, GA 30114

    Key’s Jewelry

    Les Georgettes is a French concept that allows...
  • Community Partner: Turning Point Breast Cancer Rehavilitation (click to Read More)

    Only one metro Atlanta organization focuses exclusively on breast cancer survivorship. TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation is a game changer for female and male breast cancer patients on a shared, common journey to feel better faster, return to activities enjoyed before a breast cancer diagnosis, and ultimately, become cancer free. This nonprofit organization provides myriad critical services under one roof, including physical therapy, massage therapy, counseling, exercise classes, and...
  • Woodstock Pediatric Medicine (click to Read More)

    Grows To Fill Community's Needs

    By Ellen Samsell Sales

    For almost 20 years, Woodstock Pediatric Medicine, P.C. (WPM), in the hub of Woodstock, has provided comprehensive and compassionate care to children from birth to age 21. And just as the community’s population has continued to grow, so too has the practice, adding practitioners, a second building, and new technology. Now again, the practice is growing to better serve patients and families.


  • The Silent Patient (click to Read More)

     by Jessica Asbell

    Alicia Berenson, famous painter, killed her husband. That much is clear. But why? When the police found her at the scene of the crime, she was silent — and bleeding — because after killing her husband, she tried to kill herself. After doctors saved her life, she remained silent. But she did make a statement in a painting.

    While under house arrest and awaiting trial, Alicia painted a self-portrait titled Alcestis. A little-known Greek tragedy,

  • Cody Bolden (click to Read More)

    A New American Outlaw

    By John Midkiff

    Cody Bolden is as American as they come — a fan of country music, tasty pie, and good whiskey. He grew up in Georgia but spent every other weekend with his father on his family’s property in Alabama, affectionately referred to as “the farm.”

    When asked what that was like, Bolden said, “Georgia is home; it always will be, but it was nice to get back there. It was like camping with power, sitting at the pond, which

  • Soup's On (click to Read More)

    It’s that time of year when temperatures start to drop, and families crave something warm and hearty for lunch or dinner. Check out the following yummy recipes from the Family Life Publications staff. Pair them with a salad, your favorite sandwich, or a generous piece of crusty sourdough or French bread, and you will have a delicious meal for all to enjoy.


    Italian Sausage Tortellini Soup

    Laurie Litke, Graphic

  • No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating (click to Read More)

    By Julie Senger

    While you may love to carve pumpkins to decorate your home during the month of October, chances are you don’t enjoy the messy clean up. And unless you wait until a few days before Halloween, your jack-o’-lantern is likely to transform into a moldy holiday nightmare long before trick-or-treaters come knocking.

    If you want your star decoration to last until it’s time to hand out candy to all the little pirates, princesses, superheroes, ghosts, and

  • Healing the Wounds of Domestic Violence (click to Read More)

    By District Attorney Shannon Wallace

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men have reported sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner during their lifetime. And over 43 million women and 38 million men have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner in their lifetime.

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, making this the perfect time to talk

  • Blue Birds of War (click to Read More)

    By Farris Yawn

    In author W.R. Painter’s book, Blue Birds of War, he offers a raw and honest account of his over 37-year career with the Air Force and the Department of Defense. He served two tours in Vietnam, participated in the Kosovo Airlift and Desert Storm, and participated in missions throughout Central and South America.

    Painter does not hold back when describing the horrible things he saw and does not gloss over his own actions in combat. He also

  • Improv (click to Read More)

    Things You Learn While Having Spontaneous Fun

    By Christopher Brazelton

    Improvisation, the theatrical form where dialogue and action are made up on the spot, is not-so-suddenly all the rage. It has been a hit for a while and is a very accessible form of live performance for its audience.

    Why improv? On the outside, audiences seem to be drawn to this form. But performing can be a very intimidating starting point to begin a life on the stage — no script,

  • Easterseals North Georgia Children Services (click to Read More)

    Easterseals, a community-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is celebrating a massive milestone, as the national organization marks a century of impactful work helping youth with disabilities and special needs live, grow, and play in their communities. Since its founding in 1919, Easterseals has a long and storied history fueled by the success of its namesake Easter Seals postage stamp campaign, which prompted the expansion of services to Georgia and nationwide in the 1930s.

  • Nelson Elder Care Law: Protecting the ones you love (click to Read More)

    Assisting North Georgia Seniors in Planning for Their Golden Years

    By Gregory Flail

    Since 2014, the Nelson Elder Care Law Firm has provided the highest quality services in elder law, estate planning, as well as probate and estate administration.

    Recently, the mother-and-son legal team of Cindy and Josh Nelson earned accolades from their clients, their community, and their peers. Last year, the firm was the sole recipient of the Excellence in Customer

  • Girl Scout Gold Award Fairy House Demonstration Day (click to Read More)

    Ambassador Girl Scout Analise Black is working on her Gold Award, which is the highest level achievable and equivalent to the Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout designation. Her project focuses on the decrease in the use of the imagination in elementary-school-aged children due to the prevalence of screen time/technology in their lives.

    Black’s goal is to provide families with ways to use their imagination. As part of her Gold Award project, she is creating a Fairy House Trail at the Cherokee...
  • Two Families Receive Keys to New Habitat for Humanity Homes (click to Read More)

    Recently, Habitat for Humanity of North Central Georgia dedicated two Woodstock homes for the Roodbarani/Kiaei and Perry families. Through the rain, mud, and heat, these families worked side by side to complete their required sweat equity as part of the Habitat homebuyer program.

    Both homeowners’ daughters, all around the same age, also participated on the build site. The girls developed a friendship that may last a lifetime.

    Neither of these builds would have been...
  • Woodstock Fire Department Deploys Thermal Imaging Technology (click to Read More)

    The Woodstock Public Safety Foundation recently presented 18 thermal imaging cameras to the Woodstock Fire Department. These cameras, which provide firefighters with images of victims trapped or overcome by smoke, will be attached to every self-contained breathing apparatus.

    “Every Woodstock firefighter will now be equipped with one of these valuable tools when fighting fires,” said Fire Chief Dave Soumas. “This will help better protect citizen lives and first responder lives as...
  • Book Review: Daisy Jones & The Six (click to Read More)

    By Jessica Asbell

    Daisy Jones & The Six is about a fictional band in the 1970s that broke up one evening after a fantastic concert. No one knows why until someone does a series of interviews with the band. Author Taylor Jenkins Reid’s inventive way of telling this story feels like a Where Are They Now? special on VH1. As we hear from each member of the band, the full picture comes together.

    Reid captures the thrilling highs and the crushing lows of what

  • Artist Profile: Chase King (click to Read More)

    By Atiya King

    When walking into Chase King’s art studio/workshop, visitors’ eyes zigzag everywhere, ping-ponging off the walls lined with fascinating works. Between the kaleidoscope of colors, the intoxicating scent of oil paints, and the mesmerizing artwork, viewers will have a hard time keeping their hands to themselves.

    Even though art appreciators may be tempted to pick up every picture, examine it, and find the meaning, etiquette suggests avoiding this

  • Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith F3 Celebrates One-Year Anniversary (click to Read More)

    On July 4 at 7:00am, more than 100 men celebrated the one-year anniversary of Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith (F3) Cherokee. Men throughout the county converged at Sequoyah Park for a huge boot camp style workout to celebrate the anniversary.

    F3 is a national network of peer-led workout groups for men. Every workout is free, open to all men, and outside (rain or shine, hot or cold). F3 Cherokee has workouts that meet Monday through Saturday in all parts of Cherokee County. Most...