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Thanks, I Needed That

With a title like “Thanks, I Needed That,” you might imagine a little Mennen Skin Bracer. Remember that commercial? Probably not, but that’s what the ... Read more

1 week ago by Lynn Roberts.

Congratulations to my Dawg!

I’m late to share my pride, but nevertheless proud. Last month, my sister, Alex graduated from University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in ... Read more

1 week ago by Jill Holloway.

Fragile Contents Need Extra Care

I suppose that Gale and I are not the only parents whose adult children leave lots of their belongings behind when they leave home. Those ... Read more

2 weeks ago by James Scarborough.

How I spent my summer vacation

For many years my two daughters have come together each summer to spend some quality time with their Mom. Due to COVID-19 and a few ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Carolyn Iamon.

Joyful, Joyful

The rainbow was framed between two cypress trees as I walked out on the dock at Compass Lake. It was a bit unexpected since it ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Dan Ponder.

Cows have legitimate beef with climate change crowd

Okay, enough is enough and I have had enough. I have had to endure watching lawless thugs firebomb buildings and claiming we need to defund ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Dick Yarbrough.

RIP Club LaVela

As I was browsing Facebook on Monday afternoon, I came across a post asking if Panama City Beach’s iconic Club LaVela was being torn down. ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Jill Holloway.

Some random thoughts on some random subjects

If Republicans have a strategy for remaining the majority party in Georgia, I am missing it. So far, it seems to be about punishing anyone ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Dick Yarbrough.

Is Rip Van Winkle Awakening

I will admit that I never read Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle, an 1819 story of a hen-pecked husband who, to get away, wanders into ... Read more

1 month ago by Lynn Roberts.

A Letter to my Dad

It is hard to believe, but this Friday, May 21st will be the twentieth anniversary of my Dad’s death. “Big Dan” was a huge part ... Read more

1 month ago by Dan Ponder.

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