August 15, 2018 RSS feed / Editorials

What’s going on in Arlington?

To the editor:  Those active in Arlington city government have formed a committee called “Citizens for Better Government” which meets Tuesday nights at the depot.  More...

Blakely Senior Center

310 Meadowbrook Drive   More...

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Adventures in snakes

All That’s Fit to Print

Last week, some northerner found a boa constrictor under the hood of the car. The police came, extracted the snake and all was well. A few days before that, in a different northern place, a woman spotted a rattlesnake crawling under her car. More...

Animal rights. And wrongs.

The science is settled. More...

An easy way to lower the trade deficit

Other Voices

From the first day Donald Trump started running for president, he has raged against America’s large and persistent trade deficit. His tariff policies are designed to try to reduce these trade imbalances. More...

Fall is sure to be sensational!

Chamber Notes & News

Christmas on the Square will be dedicated to Early County’s Bicentennial. With that in mind, we want this to be our biggest and best event ever — including our parade. More...

Homegrown are the best

Other Voices

There are few foods in the world as delicious as a fresh, homegrown tomato. And when sliced thin and placed between two pieces of white bread, it creates a delight unrivaled in the culinary world. More...

Memory chunks missing

Mumbles

I am eager to see the minutes from a meeting I am missing as I pull my thoughts together for this Mumbles.  A group is meeting at the chamber to discuss and compile a list of “historical events/crisis” to be included in the story/rec More...

‘Let’s win this one for Tommy’

As we are on the eve of another high school football season, my mind drifts to recall past seasons, experiences, and people over the years of covering the sport.  Today, I thought about Tommy.  T.L. More...

City switches from two-year to four-year terms

From our Files News from the past

10 YEARS AGO  Aug. 13, 2008   EARLY County Sheriff Jimmie Murkerson won re-election in the General Primary runoff election, defeating challenger Donald Bryant with 54.75 percent of the vote.  More...