January 9, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials

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A different resolution

I don't usually make New Year's resolutions because I usually can't keep them. Like many people, I start the year with grand plans and by the second week of January, I'm back to my old habits. For many years, I resolved to lose weight. More...

All That's Fit to Print

Scientists finally get it right

A Monday news item caught my eye. Napping is good for the memory. Finally, scientific research has discovered something worth finding. According to the report, people who take afternoon naps remember things better than people who don't. More...

Let's come up with some new resolutions

Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer is still sleeping off Christmas night, the Atlanta Falcons are still sleeping off a miserable season and the rest of us are trying to decide how we'll face the brave, new year of 2008. More...

Other Voices

Georgians are stepping up

For nearly two decades, a few dedicated Georgians, such as Dr. More...

Political Cartoon

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Mumbles

Call us whatever you like

Did he call us toad frogs or hoot owls? I've cried "wolf!" and rattled my saber enough over the past 25 years. Take note what Sam Griffin and now Bill Shipp are having to say on page five about metro Atlanta eying our water! More...

Shipp's Georgia

South Georgia should secede

The great water crisis proves at least one thing. Georgia should be divided into two states. The present single-Georgia system is not working. More...

From our Files News from the past

Sheriff uncovers local still

10 YEARS AGO Jan. 8, 1998 THE SPECIAL option sales tax approved by voters in September to help finance school system renovations and modernization projects, including renovating Mangham Auditorium, went into effect Jan.1. More...