Author: Holly Croft

Morning Reads for Cinco de Mayo (May 5)

Good morning and happy Cinco de Mayo, which, if you’re unaware (and an astounding number of Americans are), celebrates Mexico’s victory over France at the battle of Puebla in the Second French Intervention in Mexico. Essentially it boils down to France lying to Spain and Great Britain about its motives for attacking Mexico under the

Mid-Morning Reads for Not Par 3 Day

Happy Wednesday! It’s the first full week of April, so y’all all know there’s this little ol’ tournamint happening over in my hometown. Today is Wednesday, which is traditionally the Par 3 Contest, but not today. That was well worth documenting in today’s Reads, but here’s to hoping for its return next year. Today is

Georgia Has Won this Round of the Water Wars

The Supreme Court has ruled 9-0 that Florida failed to show that additional water flow from Georgia would save its struggling oyster industry, thus ending one of the more infamous disputes in the Water Wars saga that has been raging since the 1990s. The opinion, written by Justice Amy Coney Barrett, notes that Florida did