In an opinion piece, managing editor Pat Fox writes that we should choose our champions for truth-telling carefully.
I don’t have the ear of the president, but I do have some success in contesting an election.
Alpharetta is on a path that would create its own Arts Commission, a volunteer panel that would foster cultural enrichment within the city.
Having been under house arrest since late March, I’ve taken to studying my surroundings.
Some 40 years ago, Earl Horton, a farmer and rancher near Arkansas City, Kan., fought against the opening of a drag strip on an abandoned Air Force base near his property. Noise from the high-powered racing engines and the increased traffic on the rural roads had Horton worked up.
My windows are live streaming an April that comes along once a decade in Georgia.
I began my career in journalism at a small weekly newspaper in central Kansas in a town about as far removed from metro Atlanta as Neptune.