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Whatever question you might be asking yourself right now, here’s the answer: just pray. When we pray, we communicate with God. He has the answer to your questions and concerns. Today, we often … more
We are now into September of what has so far been a bummer of a year. My colleague, David Carroll, a Chattanooga TV anchor with whom I share the editorial page in several papers, calls 2020 … more
Today, we have embarked upon a different time and a different era. Things we did as a society have changed. Our social activities, our schools, our church services, and even the family structure have … more

My parents really took the biblical scripture of “spare the rod and spoil the child” seriously. I don’t ever remember my sisters and I not getting a whooping if we were promised … more
Remember the Tina Turner hit, “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” In the lyrics, love is referred to as a “second-hand emotion.” That song popped into my head as I watch … more
People are feeling uncertain with the pandemic of COVID-19. To feel uncertain means to feel hopeless. While some put their trust in governments, we find they, too, are hopeless and without defense. … more
You longtime loyalists (and you know who you are) will remember the exploits of Sheila the Family Wonderdog in this space. You will also recall that Shelia went to Doggie Heaven a few years back … more

I’ve been on the internet long enough to have seen just about everything on these social media platforms. People won’t ordinarily admit to these kinds of statements in lieu of … more
For many years as a student, teacher, and parent, my life revolved around the school year. When August approached, I started regretting that summer was almost over. This has been a year like no … more
The apocalypse is truly upon us. Somebody has made the decision—I don’t know who, I know it wasn’t me—that the Georgia-Georgia Tech football game will not be played this year … more
In these days of discontent and destruction, hate and harangue, we could really use Roy Rogers. And Trigger, his Golden Palomino. Dale Evans and Bullet the Wonder Dog. Not to mention the Sons of the … more

I could tell by the way the phone jumped straight up when it rang who was on the line. It could be none other than Skeeter Skates, owner of Skeeter Skates Tree Stump Removal and Plow Repair, located … more
Answer: Wireshark is a program that allows people to watch and analyze network traffic. More specifically, it is a free, open-source program cybersecurity folks use to analyze the traffic going … more
As Dad got older, he often asked me to take him back to the old homeplace just outside the city limits of Garfield. He never complained about his new life in Swainsboro, but he began to have a strong … more
In the month of Independence Day after writing about past celebrations, I had to follow up with remembrance of a patriot who honored the flag and went into battle for the country he loved. Readers … more
Has it really have been 24 years since the Atlanta Centennial Olympic Games? Sunday will mark 8,766 days since that dramatic night when Muhammed Ali, hands shaking with palsy, lit the cauldron … more

There are many things we have learned from COVID-19. One is how important it is to wash our hands and to wash them frequently. Not washing our hands leads to the spread of germs. Keeping our homes … more
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