October 11, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial Page

Big question: Should bridge to Hawaii be two lanes or four?

Words of Encouragement

A man walking along a California beach was deep in prayer when he asked the Lord to create a bridge to Hawaii so he could drive there anytime he wants.  More...

Consumers get answers from Ga. Department of Agriculture

Consumer Q’s is a weekly ques­tion and-answer column by Arty Schronce at the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Please share your thoughts, questions and suggestions with him by phone, mail or email.  More...

Crop rotation in the vegetable garden and landscape

Crop rotation has always been an important practice in agricul­tural production. Over centuries, farmers learned that growing the same crop on the same piece of land would soon lead to lower yields. More...

Teachers with Knives!

Nolia’s Notes

Pumpkins, scarecrows, colored leaves; all are wonderful signs of the fall time of year. In school, we always looked forward to October. Each year, usually about a week be­fore Halloween, the teacher would bring in a huge pumpkin. More...

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This weeks tips from the BBB

Whether you are picking up a car at the airport while traveling or you need a vehicle while your own car is in the shop, renting a car can be a confusing puzzle of rates, fees, and responsibilities. More...

Voters encouraged to get to know candidates

TO THE EDITOR:   As a farmer, the decisions I make today have a lasting impact on the future of my farm. On Nov. 6, Georgians will elect our next governor. Georgia's governor holds a lot of power. More...

Before cars came along our equestrian past

Across The Savannah

For most people in this country, riding a horse is an act of recre­ation, not transportation. Riding a horse is a choice, not a necessity. I’ve ridden a horse maybe five times in my life. Didn’t care for it. More...