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Opinion

COLUMN: Carrying the ‘Big D’ spirit in us all

This past Saturday morning as we sat in the back of the auditorium preparing to honor our friend Big D, two tall young men walked ... Read more

7 days ago by Steven Ray Bowen.

BERNARD COLUMN: Manchin and the filibuster

Well, the bi-partisan 1-6-21 Commission to fully investigate the Capital insurrection will not be created. But it would have if not for the archaic Senate ... Read more

7 days ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

BRADY COLUMN: Measuring a nation’s greatness

We often sing the hymn “Great is Thy Faithfulness” and rightly so. But today I want us to think “Great is Our Faithfulness” and help ... Read more

1 week ago by Hal Brady.

OUR VIEW: Vaccine incentives might be effective, even if there are plenty of skeptics

We asked a question on our Facebook page last week that brought in a lot of opinions. The question was whether or not Georgia should ... Read more

1 week ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

OUR VIEW: Ten cases of COVID-19 in last 14 continues promising trend in Troup County

We realize people are tired of reading about COVID-19 and have been for a long time now. Fatigue about the pandemic is real, and we ... Read more

2 weeks ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

BRADY COLUMN: How will you be remembered?

According to an old story, Alfred Nobel picked up a newspaper one morning and read an account of his death. It seems a relative had ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Hal Brady.

OUR VIEW: Preparing for the worst and hoping for the best

On Tuesday, local law enforcement held a training seminar for Troup County School System building leaders. The training went over things that hopefully none of ... Read more

2 weeks ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

SMITH COLUMN: Remembering Don Soberdash

In your mind’s eye, you often flashback to scenes of the past, recalling highlights that linger indelibly with the passing of time. When the news ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Loran Smith.

TURES COLUMN: Investigating Benghazi But Ignoring The Insurrection From January 6

A decade ago, there were more than a half-dozen Congressional committees investigating the attack upon the U.S. Consular Office in Benghazi, Libya. Yet chances are ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John A. Tures.

SMITH COLUMN: June musings

On the first day of June, I had an epiphany. I was overwhelmed with the realization that this year soon will be half over. How ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Loran Smith.

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