Charles Oliver: Teachers suffer brain freeze, not frostbite
Kayona Hagen-Tietz suffered frostbite after being forced to stand outside in a wet bathing suit in minus-5 degree weather during a school fire drill in St. Paul, Minn.
Misty Watson: Moving past the mooer
I actually got mooed at one day while I was running.
Braun has represented carpet industry, Dalton well
For 13 years, Werner Braun has been the face and voice of the carpet and rug industry.
Gunsmoke or smokescreen
The right to self defense is one of the most basic rights any individual has, and the right to own and carry guns is a bulwark of a free society.
Citizens of the Week: Women’s Leadership Council members
Starting up Little Free Libraries — small houses full of books available at dozens of public parks around Whitfield and Murray counties — is a great idea, but it’s also a lot of work.
Producing more than just high school graduates
It is time our community demands that our high schools produce more than just graduates.
Dalton pushes forward on health care
Left and right. Liberal, moderate, conservative and libertarian. Everyone agrees that the current health care system could be better. The only disagreement is how to make it better.
Mark Millican: Technology takes its toll
It happened so fast it made my head spin.
Charles Oliver: Officer possessed poor performance record
Those who read this column a few weeks ago might remember the story about a Euharlee police officer who shot a teenager in the teen’s home after he answered her knock on the door.
Misty Watson: No technology at the dinner table
It wasn’t quite that stereotypical 1950s, the Cleavers, everything looks perfect, we use linen napkins and we have roast every night kind of dinner.
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