November 12, 2008 RSS feed / Community

Some Georgians Suspected of Voting

Georgia's Secretary of State has launched a full investigation and may seek criminal charges against three Georgia men who appear to have earlyvoted twice. "This is extraordinarily disturbing," said Secretary of State Karen Handel. More...

Mr. Stanley

Mr. Stanley had lived a full and prosperous life accumulating a sizable amount of wealth. Time was fast approaching, and his four children were gathered around his deathbed. More...

Peanut/ Peanut Butter Winners

The winners in the Festival of Southern Culture Peanuts/Peanut Butter Contest were Cookies/bars - Stella Phillips, Honey peanut butter bars, first place winner of $25.00 in Colquitt Cash; Maureen Cook, Peanut butter Mississippi mud cakes, second More...

Proudly They Serve

Alexander Brayon Jay is a 2007 graduate of Early County High School. He joined the Marines in July 2007. Brayon completed basic training at Parris Island, South Carolina, after graduation. He was stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. More...

Bumper crop rolling in

I knew our Miller County farmers were good, but to grow a tree full of tangerines in Southwest Georgia is a sign of how versatile they are. David Lovering came by the office bragging about how many tangerines he had this year on one tree. More...

Legislative update held in Colquitt

On October 30, 2008, Sen. John Bulloch and Rep. Gerald Greene were invited to participate in a Legislative Update to discuss current local and state concerns. Rep. Greene and Sen. More...

News Around Us

Bainbridge -Public Safety Investigators organized two teams to execute no knock search warrants simultaneously on Wednesday night. More...

12th Annual Harvey's Golf Classic raises over $106,000!

The final figures are, in and it is official! The 12th annual Harvey's Golf Classic to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association was an amazing success! More...

Put a tasty turkey on the table this Thanksgiving

Careful cooking produces a perfectly roasted turkey.

For generations, Americans have sought the secret to cooking the perfect turkey for holiday meals. Some have abandoned the timetested roasting ritual for fast frying or other cooking methods, but a tasty bird can still be found in the oven. More...

Five Reasons Why You Don't Want Capital Gains Tax Rates to Be Cut

There has been talk of cutting the federal tax rate for long-term capital gains. A long-term capital gain is the profit from selling an asset that was held over one year. We have seen capital gains tax rates cut in 1997, 2001, and 2003. More...