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You are going to find this hard to believe but everybody doesn’t love me like you do. I seem to have managed to rile a few folks recently. Could it be something I said?
I decided to talk to my … more
My Aunt Maxie Hall from Twin City lived to the ripe old age of 100. She always had a youthful attitude. When she was 90, the majority of her friends and acquaintances began to die. She would call my … more
Answer: Recently a new set of texts has started appearing to people. These texts announce that you have won a prize in a drawing for something like AirPods. The text has your first name on it and … more
The gift of memory brings warm thoughts of bygone years. Our loved ones who are no longer with us in the flesh are always with us in the spirit. Although we are advanced in age, we can be … more

He was called “Mr. Anonymous, Jr.”  I thought about him the other day, after I read the U.S. Department of Justice has launched a statewide investigation into Georgia's prisons, focusing on … more
When you send or receive emails sometimes, they have a long list of email addresses on them.  This can be a problem several ways. First is the person reading the email sees all the addresses and … more
Emanuel County has its own vocabulary and we understand each other completely if we stick to it. If our kinfolk used certain slang words to get their message across centuries ago, then why change … more
It's no secret Cognia disregarding Open Records law
Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, liberal or conservative, there is one thing that should unite one and all – how government spends … more
The Storm The storm was coming. Storm clouds were coming in from the west. The air seemed to pop and crackle with electricity. Mama led us five children to the center of the living room in deep, … more

Volume III I must confess that it has been difficult for me to find time to write this column. For the past week I have been engrossed in turning the pages of Pine Log Echoes Volume III. Six … more
If you didn’t’ grow up as a country bumpkin, shame on you! Those of us who did were footloose and fancy free. In the summer months, we roamed the countryside discovering every nook and craney of … more
Answer: The cache is where the browser keeps items from web pages visited. These items can be there to remember what you did on web pages, what pages you visit, and copies of web pages visited. … more
Sitting in an honored place on my coffee table is a small book with the above title. The first page tells “There is nothing very different about Southerners ----except for the way they think, feel … more
It is hard to find much good news these days as we relive the horrific events of 9-11 that took the lives of 2,977 innocent souls in the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in Shanksville, … more

Answer: When you send of receive emails sometimes, they have a long list of email addresses on them. This can be a problem several ways. First is the person reading the email sees all the … more
I must confess that it has been difficult for me to find time to write this column. For the past week I have been engrossed in turning the pages of Pine Log Echoes Volume III. Six hundred and eleven … more
Dear Savvy Senior, Does Social Security offer any special help to beneficiaries who struggle managing their benefits? My aunt, who has no children, has dementia and struggles keeping up with her … more
Dear Savvy Senior,My husband and I are moving to a different area of the country to be near our daughter. Will this affect our Medicare benefits? Will we need to adjust our coverage or re-enroll in a … more
I had a COVID-19 test the other day even though I have been fully-vaccinated and wear my mask regularly in public. I am sure to some of you that proves I am a liberal weenie commie who loves Nancy … more

Most of her fans said she sang just like Dolly Parton but others thought she was another Loretta Lynn. She sang from the heart. Every song seemed to come from her own life experience. Songs like … more
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