Category: Morning Reads

Morning Reads for World Wildlife Day (March 3)

Good morning! It’s World Wildlife Day, which celebrates wild plants and animals. The theme this year is “Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet,” calling attention to the fact that forests sustain life for hundreds of millions of people around the world. Here are some suggestions for participating in World Wildlife Day for all levels

Morning Reads – Thursday, February 25, 2021

Peaches House GOP resumes tax-cut push as Georgia finances rebound Paulding County DA suspended by Georgia governor Counties pushing back on proposed logging bill House approves bill stipulating cities, counties can’t cut police funding Georgia counties seek legal fees for ‘frivolous’ Trump voter-fraud lawsuit Democrats’ biggest gains from 2008-2020 came in these Georgia counties The

Morning Reads for Friday, February 19th

Good morning, y’all. I’m in for Ginny today. Pitchers and catchers reported yesterday, so spring is right around the corner. Here Governor Kemp announced four state-ran COVID-19 vaccination sites Gwinnett County Public School administrators are urging school board officials to limit public comment period during meetings Secretary of State and State Election Board send another

Morning Reads – Thursday, February 18, 2021

Peaches Proposed amendment to Georgia Constitution could hamper Trump investigation Limits On Policing For Profit Circumvented In GA Cities With Outsourced Traffic Citations Georgia Attorney General Indicts Paulding DA GSP Changes their tattoo policy after years of demands but people are still unhappy Predawn hearings shroud Georgia election bills in secrecy The first Georgia hospital

Morning Reads – Thursday, February 11, 2021

Peaches Some positive news about do-gooders Sen. Warnock is under investigation. Modernizing Cash Aid for Thousands of Georgia Children in Deep Poverty The Isakson bridge? That time a Facebook post about organ donation worked. Kemp, Ralston make big ta-do about $1,000 for state employees COVID-19  The potential for domestic travel restrictions? And now the shot