Parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles: How’s your long game?
My brother and I rarely saw eye-to-eye about TV viewing choices in our teens and twenties, but we were both among the handful of people who imbibed the hilarity of a sitcom that NBC unleashed upon an unresponsive world on September 30, 1982.
Q: My college roommate announced that she has been called to the mission field. She is a 4.0 and could choose just about any career, but she is bound and determined to give her life in service to God in another country. With how the world is today, this seems dangerous to me and a waste of h…
Bipartisanship is such a rare occurrence in today’s polarizing political world that it merits a tip of the hat when we see examples. This time, working together helped save an estimated 2,600 jobs in the state.
We were getting ready to write an editorial objecting to the fact that members of the state legislature have the power to increase their pay — Wouldn’t you like to have that ability? — when word came down that the Senate had decided against it and the House declined to consider a similar bill.
Georgia lawmakers should stop pandering and start legislating.
It is unconscionable that anyone would be scamming the public with fraudulent vaccine offers.
The Valdosta Daily Times on Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue conceding to Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in Georgia's senate runoffs:
For all that is good and holy, why is there a sudden upsurge in deadly or potentially deadly violence against young children in this state? Just recently, a 12-year-old was shot to death in Northeast Georgia, a 9-year-old was stabbed to death in Tifton and two 12-year-olds were shot in broad…
Ruth Bader Ginsburg became an iconic figure on the Supreme Court.
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