A school teacher can never be rich except from fulfillment of helping a kid find his or her way. Few educators vacation on the Riviera, at Pebble Beach, Costa Del Sol or Bora Bora. For most of them, a corner room at a modest hotel at Destin or Hilton Head will do. Financial reward is not cen…
When Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, on Monday, Dec. 9, publicly released his report on his examination of the origins of the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation, President Trump said it was all “far worse than anything I would have imagined.”
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I hope all of you got to enjoy tons of food for Thanksgiving. As a nation, we have so much to be thankful for. Being able to enjoy and share time with family and friends is a privilege that most of us never think about. We are a blessed nation indeed.
The town of Mayberry was so warm and comforting that even the actors who played the characters on “The Andy Griffith Show” felt their hearts tugging them to live in such a lovely, Southern town.
As we survey the havoc that President Trump and his sycophants have wreaked on the institutions of government, we can at least be thankful that the federal judiciary has steadfastly upheld our most enduring values.
LAGRANGE – This has always been an inviting town, laid back but not passive, down home but not without an appreciation for sophisticated ambience, accompanied by an accent on culture and the arts.
As the House Intelligence Committee conducted public hearings over the last two weeks as part of the first phase of impeachment proceedings, only the Democrats on the committee appeared interested in learning the truth about a scheme involving President Trump leveraging congressionally-appro…
Georgia played Texas A&M Saturday in the pouring down rain. Georgia’s defense played a great game for all four quarters. Our offense lately seems to be confused. They keep forgetting that they have four quarters, not three. We have our state rivalry left before the SEC championship game,…
PIERRE, S. D. – Winter came early to the Upper Midwest this fall, but that did not cause any reluctance on the part of hunters who can’t wait to make their way here annually to enjoy an outdoor experience that brings about defining fulfillment.
Winter has really hit us this past week. Definitely not a good time to be without heat. My heat compressor decided to stop working right after the fan went out. So now I wait for a new compressor to be ordered. I am lucky to have a great warranty on my house so I didn’t have to hunt a heatin…
Andy Griffith was born in Mt. Airy, N.C., a town near the Virginia line. For much of his life, he denied that Mayberry was based on the place where he grew up. However, near the end of his years, he relented in his denial.
Every year on and around Nov. 11, we stop to reflect on and honor our veterans for all they — and their families — have sacrificed for our country.
With another presidential primary debate set for Atlanta, it is worth looking back 23 years ago at an incident which still defies all logic.
This coming Friday night marks the last home game of the season for the Winder-Barrow Bulldoggs as well as the Marching Doggs. It was to be the last game ever to perform for my granddaughter, who is a senior.
Terry Kay, the venerated and highly regarded author, was a sports reporter and columnist before he segued to a more literary lifestyle. He experienced the strict fundamentals of journalism while on the sports beat.
This weather is crazy these days. It’s hard to get up in the morning and dress for a whole day. It starts off cool, and by afternoon it’s back to being hot.
It seemed cruelly ironic Thursday, Oct. 17, that hours after Congressman Elijah Cummings, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, died, the White House announced plans to hold next year’s Group of Seven summit at — surprise! — a Trump property.
The constitutional crisis has officially arrived. To the surprise of nobody with a cognitive intellect, Donald Trump has hauled us to this treacherous precipice. The good news is that the House Democrats, empowered by the midterm voters to hold Trump accountable, are eager to prevail in the …