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It’s hard to imagine, but there are places in this country where people just don’t pay much attention to pine trees. But if you were born here or migrated here by whatever means or … more
Answer: TryHackMe is a popular website that will teach you about networking and cybersecurity and allow you to practice different skills as you learn about them. The site is in a … more
Emanuel County was alive with “clean teams” this past Saturday morning as more than 100 concerned citizens, including this group assembled at the fountain square in Swainsboro … more
If you think Emanuel County looks a little cleaner this week, you are absolutely right.  The “Keep Emanuel Beautiful” troops rose early this past Saturday morning.  In the … more

April showers bring May flowers. What a lovely promise. The harsh winter months and the unpredictable days of March are behind us for another year. There is nothing more relaxing than hearing the … more
An open letter to the citizens of Emanuel County, It’s another great day in Emanuel County. I would like to take this opportunity to help spread the word on the upcoming Keep Emanuel … more
Great minds run in pairs. I read an interesting opinion piece in the Atlanta newspapers recently about parenting. The author, Beth Collums, has a master's degree in clinical psychology and experience … more
Twice last week our area got a bruising display of the power of nature. It’s not the first time we have been visited by tornadoes and certainly won’t be the last. But the power and … more
As a patriotic American, over the next several years, you should honor and remember, with justifiable pride, the 80 th anniversary of many major events of World War II. The first of these memorable … more

Moving four miles down the road, is as stressful as moving cross-country. I am now in my new apartment. Furniture is moved in and placed appropriately. It is beginning to feel like home until I look … more
Dear Editor, The hospital staff at the Emanuel Medical Center are the best. I passed out in my car after giving blood at the Shepherd Blood Drive. I am not sure who was left in the hospital … more
Answer: That is a question I saw posed recently on a news site and they answered no. I would disagree and say the answer is yes, with one exception. Information and data are stored on … more
by BISHOP BERTHA JONES Have you ever tried to fix a broken relationship and the more you tried to correct it, the situation only got worse? Well, there are some things you cannot fix. Yes, fix … more
Well, I am going to have to do it again. Upset some people, I mean. But I can’t help it. It has to be done. I must once again extols the virtues of the Great State of Georgia and why it is … more

Emanuel County is a working community. It’s mostly blue-collar working folks. It’s bargain-oriented and deal-driven. The business community is never satisfied because business … more
Linden Longino is a retired Atlanta banker who should have Nobel Peace Prize recipient next to his name. In 1995, Longino started a program in connection with the Carter Center called International … more
“Are the elderly and sick facing a larger issue than just Covid?” Recently my mom had to go to one of the local Rehab facilities in the area due to injuring her back. I had promised … more
Dear Savvy Senior, How effective is the shingles vaccine and what is the CDC recommendation for getting it? My older brother and sister, both in their fifties, got COVID a few months back … more
So Spring is here, right? Well, the azaleas say yes… maybe?, then some can't quite decide.  The camellias cry hold on, not so fast.  The weedy crowd says absolutely, let’s get … more

Maybe I am being a bit too Southern Sensitive here but I got the distinct feeling the national media disrespected the Atlanta Braves from the beginning of the playoffs through the World Series and … more
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