March 13, 2008 RSS feed / Editorial Page

IRS debunks several myths about stimulus payments

The Internal Revenue Service moved to set the record straight on several issues surrounding administration of the 2008 Stimulus Payments. Approximately 130 million taxpayers will receive economic stimulus checks beginning in May 2008. More...

WILD Fact: Hummingbirds en route

Although rare, hummingbirds that normally breed in the West may visit Georgia in the winter, sometimes staying until March or April. However, the ruby-throated hummingbird is the only species that breeds in eastern North America. More...

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Foundation offers ten free trees to March members

The Arbor Day Foundation wants to celebrate the arrival of spring by helping people plant trees. Each person who joins the Arbor Day Foundation in March will receive 10 free white pine trees. More...

Green industry tips for water conservation

The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Georgia urban agriculture industry urge citizens to go green. Following are tips they developed to help Georgians do this. More...

Health care and education pass the senate this week

This is an exciting time to be a part of the state Senate and the legislative process as a whole. Crossover Day, the last day we can pass a Senate Bill over to the House, will fall on Tuesday, March 11 this year. More...