Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 16

Happy Mardi Gras! It’s cancelled, and it’s cold, so Real Talk: I wouldn’t be hauling myself to Zulu and Rex this morning anyway; I’d watch it on TV with a breakfast of cup of hot coffee and a slice of king cake. And the good news is that you can watch it on TV, sort

Mid-Morning Reads for President’s Day – Monday, February 15, 2021

Happy Monday! Metal prices drive catalytic converter thefts in Georgia Georgia bill would require nursing homes to allow visitors Georgia educators weigh-in on CDC’s reopening guidelines Georgia prosecutor calls Giuliani’s election claims ‘various overt acts for an illegal purpose’ that could warrant a racketeering charge Atlanta City Council to consider resolution to urge state to

Morning Reads for Friday, February 12, 2021

Our grief runs deep. This can’t happen fast enough. GT Savannah may become a film studio. So funny, on so many levels. What could go wrong? Hackers hack everything. Where is Issac Asimov when you need him? I’ll take “What’s a great way to honor Alex Trebek?” for 500. RIP Christopher Plummer.

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

Small Fixes Transcend Bigger Divide

This week’s Courier Herald column: Candidates, partisan activists, and media members alike put too much focus on the differences between the political extremes rather than practical action steps necessary to actually solve problems.  On one end of the spectrum you have those who want to get every government entity “small enough so they can get

Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 9

Good morning! Today is Day 14 of the 2021 Legislative Session. Details on how 80,000 middle Georgian homes will – finally – have access to broadband internet. The Brunswick News has an excellent series on what climate change means for Georgia’s coast. iKia hopes diminished in West Point. More on additional funding in the Georgia