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Gun law update

By   /  August 31, 2010  /  Kevin Sproul  /   Comments

Tweet With the change in gun laws, followed by the Supreme Court’s decision that cities and states can’t infringe on the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, there is confusion about just exactly what folks can and can’t do with their firearms. Please allow me to clarify some issues. Firstly, the Supreme Court’s [...]

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Cutliff vote one giant leap for good governance here

By   /  August 31, 2010  /  Letter to the editor  /   Comments

Tweet Can things be “small” and “giant” at the same time? Well, by golly, when it comes to the recent outcome on the Grovetown debacle, such is the case. One small step by taxpayers, but one giant leap for taxpayers. YOU finally did it! Often, I’m asked “What can we do?” or told, “We can’t [...]

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Preparedness Month’s goal: Knowing Southwest Georgia’s hazards and how to prepare for them

By   /  August 31, 2010  /  Health  /   Comments

Tweet Written by Carolyn Maschke ALBANY, GA —             Chemical spills and accidental releases of other hazardous materials are high on the list of Southwest Georgia’s top public health hazards, but tornadoes, flooding, drought and pandemic flu are not far behind, warns Southwest Georgia Public Health Emergency Preparedness Director Julie Miller. Regardless of whether the [...]

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Locals should embrace state’s cheating probe

By   /  August 31, 2010  /  Government, Jim Wilcox  /   Comments

Tweet The Dougherty County school system is now under investigation because the leaders refuse to try to find out who tampered with standardized tests. It is clear to the state that someone went behind the students and changed incorrect answers to correct answers so that the Dougherty County school system would not look so bad [...]

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