Despite signs of changing populations and warnings from the governor, Georgia's Republicans don't seem interested in outreach to Latinos and other minorities.
As the school year winds down, it's good to remembers that sometimes lessons come from unlikely places.
With the stroke of the governor's pen, Georgia no longer is one of the states with no limits on how much lobbyists can spend to influence legislation.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and the state Legislature made a bipartisan effort this pass session to correct their mistake that nearly crippled the state's technical colleges.
Everyone has voices in their heads that tell them what to do, and we wrestle with whether to listen to the good voices or the bad ones.
Recent earthquakes that rumbled Lincoln County, and part of Columbia County, could be the earth's response to the weight of the water in Clarks Hill Lake.
If Georgia's kids aren't learning, look no further than the politicians who set education policy in our state.
As long as human beings are flawed, we'll have to depend on laws to protect ourselves from each other.
Congressional candidates will bring in tons of money if they jump into Georgia's open Senate race.
Tragic deaths to local youths over the past couple of years have taught others how to value their lifes more fully.
Just voting to allow debate on a gun issue is getting condemnation for Georgia's senators.
It might not be so bad to be a dog.
Columbia County has plenty to offer Masters visitors.
Visitors in Augusta for the annual Masters Tournament also will find a warm welcome and plenty of activities in Columbia County.
Three former Greenbrier High School stars are lighting up the stat sheets in college play.
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