Author: Seth C. Clark

The Fresh Air Of Home

I grew up near the convergence of Highways 41 and 42 in Monroe County. I sang in the church choir at First Baptist Church of Forsyth, fished and hunted along the banks of the Ocmulgee River, I cheered for the Mary Persons Bulldogs from the stands of Dan Pitts Stadium, and I ate Fresh Air

Ocmulgee Mounds National Historic Park Takes Next Step Towards Realization

A gaggle of Middle Georgians deserve a large pat on the back, because years of work have gone into this. Yesterday, in a rare show of bipartisanship from Congress, Representatives Austin Scott and Sanford Bishop announced that the move to change the Ocmulgee National Monument to a National Historic Park passed unanimously out of committee. This

The U.S. Dep. Secretary of Agriculture is from Camilla. And She Is Resigning.

We received word from Representative Sanford Bishop’s (D – Albany) office yesterday that Mitchell County’s own, Krysta Harden, will be stepping down as Deputy Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture. Representative Bishop sent along some mighty kind words for the Camilla native that we thought were worth a read: From Representative Bishop: “Growing