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July's features:

Becoming Americans >>
Naturalization ceremonies around the state complete the path to citizenship.
By H.M. Cauley

Dialing up health care >>
Telemedicine expands opportunities for doctors, patients.
By Carolyn Crist


Editor's Note >>
Freedom, health and growth

Mailbox >>
Letters from our readers

Georgia News >>
Hometown teams; Georgia Farmer of the Year; Zoo Atlanta news; Brain and spinal injury help; Georgia Aquarium turns 10; New Georgia Grown partnership

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

Currents >>
News from Georgia's electric co-ops

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
Cyber counterattack

Around Georgia >>
Visit some of Georgia's historic theaters

Georgia Gardens >>
Georgia Master Gardeners make communties green

Georgia Cooks >>
Sweet corn from Georgia

Kids on wheels

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Children prepare artwork for Sketch Town, part of the teamLab Future park experience in Buford at the Mall of Georgia.


Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including summer concerts, craft shows, musicals, motorcycle rallies, outdoor movies and more!

EMCs' linemen excel at statewide rodeo


News from Georgia's electric cooperatives >>
Walter Harrison Scholarships awarded; EMCs' linement excel at statewide rodeo; Coastal Electric helps students build electric go-kart
Compiled by Amy Schneider

Around Georgia:

The show must go on! >>
Historic theaters in Georgia still draw crowds.
By H.M. Cauley

Visit some of Georgia's historic theaters, such as the Springer Opera House, in Columbus.

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Rebecca Lang's Okra-and-Corn Maque Choux cooks up quickly and can be made milder or hotter, depending on your preference. (Photo courtesy of Oxmoor House)

Georgia Cooks:

All ears! >>
Summer's the prime time for sweet corn.
By Jennifer J. Hewett

Georgia Gardens:

Growing Georgia gardeners >>
Master Gardener programs are making communities green.
By Pamela A. Keene

Bibb County Master Gardener Mattie Lovett teaches a young lady at a community event how to properly plant a seed. (Photo by Karol Kelly)


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