It was July 3, 1861 when Wilson N. Crawford was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the 11th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Wilson had moved from the the western mountains of North Carolina to north Georgia in the late 1840s, not long after the U.S. government had cleared the remaining members of the Cherokee Nation from is homelands, making way for white settlers.
As a man or a woman grows older
There’s one thing each of us seek
The one thing we all have in common
The thing we search for is peace
Be the first to heal wounded feelings
Be the first to shed foolish pride
Be the first to just say I’m sorry
You’ll feel so much better inside
Make peace w...
NORTH AUGUSTA - City officials gave final approval Monday for the revised general development plan for Hammond's Ferry and offered public authorization for a $110,000 settlement officially ending two longtime lawsuits against the city.
Charity is from the noblest of impulses. But it must come from the heart; governments can't do it. Most democratic governments have representatives who feel it, but charity can't be built on taxes. Charity is not giving away someone else's goods.
A limousine ride and walk down a red carpet, complete with photographers, might be more pomp than many teachers are used to on their orientation day, but Harlem Middle School Principal Carla Shelton said her teachers are worth pampering.
I texted, "Are you going to be home this weekend, specifically Saturday?"
I sent it to my mother. My father doesn't think much of typed transmissions. They don't fit his concept of "telephone," a device for verbal communication in short form.