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Opinion

Chaucer’s lessons and the British Open

Chaucer, the English poet and writer, is credited with originating the preachment that “all good things must come to an end.” Read more

2 weeks ago by Loran Smith.

COVID-19, a long battle ahead for Troup County

“I’d rather have the people stay. I like the numbers being where they are. I don’t need to have the numbers double because of one ... Read more

3 weeks ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

OUR OPINION: Parents need to do their homework on TCSS back to school options

During Monday night’s school board meeting, the Troup County School System unveiled its tentative plan for restarting school. We use the word tentative because the ... Read more

3 weeks ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

Flying during a pandemic

In the midst of the pandemic, I’m not sure anything has worried me more than getting on an airplane. Like many of you reading this, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Daniel Evans.

OUR OPINION: Looking for clear communication

Usually, this time of the year is filled with back-to-school plans and last-minute vacations as families get prepared for the end of summer vacation. This ... Read more

4 weeks ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

No greater hard luck story than Harry Bradshaw’s

My introduction to the British Open championship came about from reading historical accounts of Bobby Jones and his remarkable Grand Slam year of 1930 when ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Loran Smith.

OUR VIEW: TCSO transparent on jail situation

Over the last few weeks, there’s been much discussion in our community over the outbreak of COVID-19 at the Troup County Jail. We found out ... Read more

1 month ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

OUR OPINION: Thankful for the reserve fund

Superintendent Dr. Brian Shumate, CFO Scott Burckbuchler and others involved in creating the Troup County School Board budget probably feel like they’ve spent a year ... Read more

1 month ago by Jenna Oden.

Putting on Band-Aids on our soul

As much as this country has been through this year, you would think that we would do everything in our power to right our ship, ... Read more

1 month ago by Lynn Gendusa.

OUR VIEW: Help keep the JSL tradition alive

We’re guessing more than a few people reading this remember riding a bicycle or wagon through the annual Sweet Land of Liberty parade in downtown ... Read more

1 month ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

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