March 8, 2018 RSS feed / Opinions

Lawyer seeks to help injured donkey but wasn’t really a Good Samaritan

A lawyer in a small farming town saw a crowd gathered on the side of a road, and, assuming an auto accident and potential legal case, he rushed to the scene.  Encountering the wall of people, the lawyer started yelling, “let me through, I& More...

Anderson is still humble but has no plans to park his bus

Bill Anderson, the South-Carolina born-Decatur-raised- University-of-Georgia-educated county-music-aficionadowho became-a-star-in-a-profession in-which-he-has-prospered, has always been good at song writing, dating back to that hot summer evening in More...

ACROSS THE SAVANNAH

We took a wrong turn somewhere

Give kudzu, Virginia creeper, and trumpet vine credit. Nothing stops them. They all keep on keeping on. More...

House expands cannabis oil program to include PTSD and intractable pain

Last week was a busy week with “Crossover Day” on Wednesday and the Georgia General Assembly took action on more than 60 bills. More...

Book Review

How to Tame a Fox

This one is for animal lovers. Also, readers interested in science or in international cooperation should check it out. How to Tame a Fox begins by introducing Dmitri Belyaev, a genetic scientist in Russia in 1952. More...

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LEGISLATIVEUPDATE

HB 885 will allow agriculture burning during the summer

The House began week eight under the Gold Dome on Monday, Feb. 26, and was the busiest week of the 2018 legislative session so far.  More...

Raised bed vs. traditional gardening

When deciding to plant a garden one of the questions to ask is whether or not you should go with a traditional inground garden or utilize a more modern raised-bed approach. More...