June 29, 2011 RSS feed / Editorials

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Don’t blame the chips

I’ve been feeling a little sorry this week for the poor potato chip.  It’s a tasty treat, and has been a staple at lunches, picnics and tailgate parties for years. It is, in fact, the perfect salty snack.  More...

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Biker story goes on

Back on the road, again... More...

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The price they paid for your liberty

The Declaration of Independence ends with one of the most passionate appeals ever put to words and memorized by yesterday’s grade school child. More...

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School budget surpasses $20 million mark

10 YEARS AGO  June 20, 2001   THE tentative budget for the 2001-2002 school year surpassed the $20 million mark for the first time.  More...

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Not so fancy back in the day

June is Vacation Bible School month. Not officially, but just about every church in these parts puts on Bible school during June.  I think it’s gotten a lot fancier than it was back in the day, which is short for when I was little. More...

Never stopped at a place I didn’t like

After a near-record string of 90-degree days it’s time to hit the road to cooler climates. Since my daughter lives in Wisconsin, choosing a destination is not a problem. Neither is the trip.  More...

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America’s charter schools aren’t going away

Georgia became the center of the charter school universe recently as an estimated 4,000 people flocked to Atlanta for the National Charter Schools Conference.  More...