Happy Thursday to you and yours. There’s a lot going on around the state and nation this week: Peaches A new reason Georgia may turn blue? Have you been watching the disaster of a DA’s race in Columbus? Of course they do. How very Lowndes County of them both. Some $230k for a housing study
Good morning! Today is National Senior Health & Fitness Day, the oldest senior wellness event in its 27th year. Here are seven suggested activities to celebrate and I’ll definitely be doing #3 and #4 if rain permits, because all of us can participate, whether we’re seniors or not. And now, on to the news! Pat
Good morning. Did you know that it was on this day 201 years ago that the first bicycle was seen in the United States? Now you do, so here’s some news: Peaches. Another lawsuit over social media blocks – this time, a Georgia lawmaker. Because the ‘regular’ scooters have been such a raging success. Georgia
Good morning! It’s World Bee Day, a day first designated in 2017 by the United Nations to recognize the importance of bees because of their role as pollinators. Did you know that nearly 90% of the world’s wild flowering plant species depend at least in part on animal pollination, along with more than 75% of
Today is the 172nd birthday of the Associated Press. It’s also the 22nd anniversary of the day that Seinfeld died. Peaches Perdue betrays. 2020 says ‘Level Up!’ South Georgia School choice can ease our looming problems. Amid Brunswick Judicial Circuit chaos, 1985 case reopens. And Georgia House Republicans are pandering at new heights. Or lows.
Good morning, and happy International Receptionists Day! A big thank you to all who serve as the first point of contact with businesses and government offices. It’s also World Fair Trade Day, National Apple Pie Day, and National Fruit Cocktail Day, and I’m sure some of you will feel moved to celebrate those in your
Today is the 28th anniversary of the ratification of the 27th Amendment – At the time, it was a 203-year-old proposed constitutional amendment barring Congress from giving itself a midterm pay raise. #TheMoreYouKnow Peaches Loeffler recuses herself from Agriculture subcommittee The Root is relentless on Kemp. College students still want pass/fail option. Duncan wants us
Today, being the first Wednesday in May, is the Great American Grump Out. In case you’re thinking it’s a day to be grumpy, it’s just the opposite. “Grumping out” is supposed to encourage a day of positivity, and in the spirit of the day, I’m going to try to reduce my sarcastic side remarks in
Peaches South Carolina mayor tells people not to cross the Georgia line Georgia Drops Driving Test Requirement for License Due to Pandemic The Atlantic says we’re running a human experiment. Oh, we’re back to this narrative in Georgia. Story of West Ga coach to become a movie. Councilman arrested by GBI for Piggly Wiggly theft.
Good morning! Today is the day set aside to celebrate the dogs who assist our visually impaired friends around the world. Guide Dogs of America has a short video explaining how dogs become guide dogs: And now, the news! Pat Conroy New Georgia drivers don’t have to take the road test portion of the test