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In an era when many American young men were trying to avoid the Vietnam War, Trinka Bunch bartered with the U.S. Army to be deployed there. “She told the Army if they would station her at Fort … more
A sheriff’s deputy is both law enforcement and first responder, which means they are often tasked with providing medical aid until emergency services arrive. Fortunately, deputies at the Murray … more
For those who knew him, Olico Dennis’ alleged murder was both surreal and devastating. The Chatsworth resident who grew up in nearby Calhoun was more than just a crime statistic and a body … more
We think we would know when we're being scammed, but would we really? Financial exploitation of seniors can take many forms, and it's one of many types of elder abuse. The exploitation can be as … more
Georgia lacks appropriate housing options for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, according to a new study. “The current housing landscape is not working well for people … more
The U.S. Supreme Court in a major environmental decision on Thursday overturned the Environmental Protection Agency’s definition of wetlands that fall under the agency’s jurisdiction, … more
The Department of Veterans Affairs has just hooked up with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to do a five-year study of Gulf War Illness (GWI). The war (Operation Desert Storm/Operation Desert … more
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock’s push to cap out-of-pocket insulin costs at $35 per month yielded pocketbook protection for seniors in last year’s Inflation Reduction Act. But he … more
We just visited Mother England. It is just like America, only whiter. I went there with eight buddies. All together we were whiter than a Dave Matthews concert in a snowstorm. One of the guys from … more
Seeking to honor "the ones who didn't come home," Pizza King owner Elizabeth Bridges is setting aside a special missing man table for the Memorial Day holiday. "My sister who lives in Arizona gave me … more
Electricity generation is no longer the leading source of carbon emissions in our state, this according to Drawdown Georgia, a group of scientists and researchers from multiple universities led by … more
When North Vietnamese forces attacked their Army compound one night, Specialist 4 Barry Minter rushed to his pre-assigned post to help defend the base. It happened so fast he didn’t have time … more
Bibb County law enforcement officers are pursuing a homicide investigation involving a Chatsworth man who went missing last week while on a work assignment in Jackson. Olico Ne’Cal Dennis, 24, … more
ATLANTA – With four members of Georgia’s congressional delegation serving on either the U.S. House or Senate Agriculture Committee, Peach State lawmakers will have a lot to say about the … more
Consider this a firsthand account of clearing clutter. I read several self-help books; I sought advice from those who call themselves experts. But I suspected that the "how to declutter" books would … more
The Whitfield-Murray Historical Society recently presented Historic Preservation Awards to three individuals and college scholarships to several area high school students. Roland Rankin, Lonnie Eoff … more
ATLANTA – Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Friday announced several steps his office is taking to ensure ballot security in next year’s elections. In a call with county … more
Researchers at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences have been awarded nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of … more
Members of the Georgia Freedom Caucus are urging state Treasurer Steve McCoy to join other Republican state financial officers in formally opposing the Biden administration's new policy making … more
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