Every now and then I run across a life-changing lesson. That happened a few years ago when a friend named Toni Short handed me a ... Read more
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Speaking of her friend and colleague, United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) Justice Antonin Scalia at his funeral, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, “We disagreed now ... Read more
4 hours ago by Jason Swindle.
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On Tuesday, LaGrange High School opened its all-inclusive, state of the art facility for every sport to use. Read more
5 days ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.
Many Georgians have heard Walter Reeves on radio, seen him on television, and have read his gardening column in the Atlanta papers but have never ... Read more
5 days ago by Loran Smith.
Several columns ago, I wrote a story regarding the “Healing Power of a Homemade Pie.” This little story about pie seemed to travel from ... Read more
5 days ago by Lynn Gendusa.
By Jack Bernard Bernard is a retired corporate executive. “Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for ... Read more
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If you’re having a hard time keeping up with the number of tropical storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean right now, know that we ... Read more
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Sir Winston Churchill looked Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in the eyes in 1938, as Chamberlain and other European leaders learned of the enormous power of ... Read more
1 week ago by Jason Swindle.
Out of the mouth of babes. If you’ve been thinking about your faith a little more than usual during this anomaly we know as 2020, ... Read more