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We still remember March, when we all held our breaths and hoped for the best as the coronavirus started making its way through the United ... Read more
Sometimes your memory becomes fallible, but my recent off-the-top-of-the-head recollection is that we have experienced consistently colder temperatures this January than in recent years. January ... Read more
Ten years ago, I would not have believed that the collective views regarding marijuana would be so different and somewhat bipartisan as they are today. ... Read more
On Monday, the country celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Last year, our country’s wounds of racial division were opened ... Read more
As we prepare to write each week, we think of what is most fitting for this particular week — that’s the way it is 52 ... Read more
In July 2020, I wrote a column about Senate Bill 288 (SB 288). At the time, the governor had not signed it and I was ... Read more
She wasn’t thrilled when I told her I had been invited to write an occasional column for a local publication. After more than three decades ... Read more
In the wake of the failed coup attempt, there is a plan under way to divide Democrats and Republicans, just as there were efforts to ... Read more
Right now, the COVID-19 vaccine is the perfect example of what happens when there’s low supply, yet high demand for a product. District 4 Public ... Read more
We know it was a difficult adjustment for parents, but it appears the Troup County School System’s decision to go virtual for the first week ... Read more