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September 18, 2016 | | OPINION

Huge contrast

With less than two months to go before the presidential election, every day counts. This past week provided a huge contrast between Democratic nominee Hillary ...

September 18, 2016 | | OPINION


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A changing political landscape

 Out of the many e-mails that were zinging around Georgia's political community last week, one in particular caught my eye.

April 29, 2009 | Tom Crawford | OPINION

Bring back Newt

After losing last year's presidential election, the national Republican Party seems to have lost its way.

April 25, 2009 | Bill Shipp | OPINION

Medical miracles

Our kids let my wife and I know they'd like for us to back off from bragging about them. We're guilty, of course, because our goal as parents was to make it possible for them to actually live their dreams. We celebrate them. Nonetheless, they've basically asked us to disband our parental booster club.

April 25, 2009 | Nat Harwell | OPINION

Karen’s conundrum

 If I were a gambling man, I'd bet a wad, even at this early date, on Secretary of State Karen Handel to win the Republican primary for governor next year.

April 22, 2009 | Bill Shipp | OPINION

Cagle opens door for candidate tidal wave

 Just when you thought you had the next governor's race all figured out, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle decides to mess everything up.

April 22, 2009 | Tom Crawford | OPINION

The Bedford Boys

My dad was in his formative years during the decade history recalls as "The Roaring Twenties." As a young adult he began his professional career just as "The Great Depression" and its repercussions came to bear upon our nation in the 1930s.

April 19, 2009 | Nat Harwell | OPINION

Seems like old times

The run-up to the election for governor next year is beginning to feel like a replay of 1998.

April 19, 2009 | Bill Shipp | OPINION

Trails reduce crime, bring in visitors

Congressman Jim Marshall's securing another $1 million in federal funding for right of way acquisition and multi-use trail construction is great news for Covington and Newton County. I support creating bicycle and pedestrian facilities because

April 15, 2009 | By Maurice Carter Guest Columnist | OPINION

Fear of physicians

The last time I visited a doctor, about a month ago, I fell off the scale in his office and broke a rib. It was 9 o'clock in the morning, and I had consumed only one cup of coffee.

I can tell a dozen stories like that - brushes with bad luck when I put my destiny in the hands of MDs.

April 15, 2009 | Bill Shipp | OPINION

Savvy travelers, rolling stones

As a youngster I always got excited at the prospect of taking a trip. Whether it was a day trip to Atlanta or a family vacation, anticipation the night before embarkation made sleep an elusive commodity.

April 11, 2009 | Nat Harwell | OPINION

How to make F-22s disappear

Unless the Easter bunny leaves Georgia's government a bushel of golden eggs, the Peach State is in a heck of a mess.

April 11, 2009 | Bill Shipp | OPINION

Risk free capitalism

I love going to church on Easter for several reasons.

First, you get to see people that you won't see for the rest of the year.

April 10, 2009 | Patrick Durusau | OPINION

The Easter fashion show

I love going to church on Easter for several reasons.

First, you get to see people that you won't see for the rest of the year.

April 09, 2009 | Harris Blackwood | OPINION

Saturday's the best day

In response to your "Our Thoughts..." column in the Friday, April 3 edition of "The Covington News":

I want to thank you for your column which expresses your concern that we have temporarily closed the library on Saturday in order to balance our budget. I would be most concerned if the closure on Saturday went unnoticed or drew no comment as such would indicate that our service was not valuable to or needed by the community.

April 08, 2009 | By Greg Heid Guest Columnist | OPINION

A tale worth remembering

Richard Whitt, 64, a reporter at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for 17 years and a Pulitzer Prize-winner for the Louisville Courier-Journal, keeled over one day in January and died of a massive heart attack. The AJC didn't even bother to run an obituary. The Courier-Journal said Whitt had been one of the best investigative reporters around.

Ironically, Whitt died just as a book he had authored hit the store shelves. The volume, "Behind the Hedges: Big Money and Power Politics at the University of Georgia," sank from sight almost as soon as it was published. In a brief mention, the ...

April 08, 2009 | Bill Shipp | OPINION

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