There are those of the black race that do not want any of the white race on planet Earth. There are those of the white race that do not want any of the black race on planet Earth. The color of the skin is not the problem.
How far are we willing to go?
When the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its so-called "torture report" this week, there was a lot of political finger pointing on both sides of the aisle.
Greenbrier softball players Kirsten McMonigle and Kirsten Titus were named the 2014 GACA Class AAAAA Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year, respectively while Garrett Black was named the Class AAAAA Softball Coach of the Year.
The basketball odyssey of Ebony Wells has taken a turn northward. The former Harlem and Grovetown basketball standout is in Philadelphia, Pa., and is a starter at Division I La Salle University. The 6-foot-2-inch Wells had a stellar prep career.
Poinsettias are one of the more popular potted plants in the United States grown for the Christmas market. Most poinsettias are sold within a six-week period leading up to Christmas, with sales totaling approximately $60 million.
Foster Olson has long known that good things come from the Earth. In fact, as owner of Grovetown Farm and Gardens and Clyde's Fresh Produce, the Grovetown resident has been tilling soil and planting crops ever since he was a child.