May 11, 2017 RSS feed / Opinions

In the South, Mother’s Day rosebuds tell the story of life’s good times and bad

One of my earliest memories is picking red and white rosebuds with my father early in the morning on Mother’s Day.  More...

Hancock’s heroism has roots in his rural experiences

The life and times of John Hancock and most other post- World War II veterans were much like it was for many others of that era. More...

Ponds in Georgia

As I have mentioned in previous articles ponds constitute the largest single component of recreational fishing in Georgia and are often used for silt and sediment control, irrigation, and for livestock watering. More...

Book Review

Lab Girl

Lab Girl is hard to categorize. It’s a memoir, and it’s Jahren’s articulate plea that we notice and care about plant life, while convincing us that a life spent with science is a good life. More...

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