Editor’s note: this editorial appeared in the Sept. 29 edition of Savannah Morning News. Voters won’t find an item labeled “no-confidence in the federal government” on their election ballot this
When Hurricane Irma unleashed her callousness on the Rondarosa, it was hard to see the trees, decades old, fall. “You can plant more trees,” folks said. “But you don’t understand.
Last week’s sheriff’s salute set aside all of the issues that have swirled around the national media about race relations and law enforcement to focus on one color – blue.
When Hurricane Irma was closing in on coastal Georgia, it never occurred to us that the Rondarosa, located over an hour’s drive north of Atlanta, would be vulnerable to its
While the landscape for news continues to evolve and shifts toward digital media, most community newspaper readers still choose print as their medium of choice. In fact, data released earlier
We have entered the fall season with which comes cooler weather, county fairs, Halloween, Thanksgiving, pumpkin patches, and beautiful colors of the trees as the leaves begin the change into
When Daddy and Mama died, there was no great wealth left behind – though what they were able to leave was truly remarkable for two refugees from mountain poverty: a
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