Play it safe for the Fourth
The Fourth of July will be here in one week as America celebrates its founding with the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.
A welcome ranking, but plenty more to do
Georgia got a bit of welcome, and frankly unexpected, good news earlier this week.
Remember the runoffs
We asked earlier this year, following the May 20 primaries, that voters not forget the runoffs that resulted from the results that day, and that is still important.
Mark Millican: Prognosticator says GOP will not win U.S. Senate
The raucous cheering you just heard is Democrats reading that headline.
The increase of heat in the room is the rising of Republicans’ blood pressure by doing the same.
Charles Oliver: Police officer found guilty in shooting
A jury has found former District Heights, Md., police officer Johnnie Riley guilty of first- and second-degree assault for shooting Calvin Kyle in the back.
Search for new Whitfield fire chief worked well
Hiring department heads ranks with writing a budget as one of the most important things that local elected officials do. That’s particularly true when the department provides a vital service, such as fire protection.
Kozlowski rode for the future
For many of us, learning to ride a bicycle was a key part of our childhood, a step towards independence and part of exploring the world around us.
Tanner Blackton: I am not my generation
For as long as I can remember, I have been called an “old soul.”
Old soul? What does that mean? Does that mean that I’m secretly an old woman trapped in the body of a 21-year-old? I’m not sure, but I’ve always identified as someone who feels out of place in this generation.
Dalton needs you
Standing up in your community and asking your friends and neighbors to elect you to a public office can be a scary and hard proposition. People can find lots of reasons not to serve their community, especially if an election must be campaigned for and won.
Jamie Jones: The new summer reading list
Back then, summers were nothing but fun.
The swimming pool during the scorching days, kick-the-can under the stars when the temperature waned, video games in-between.
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