April 12, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial Page

Words of Encouragement

Sniffing coon hunter’s toes not best way to determine where he lives   I heard a joke the other day about a surly game warden who walked up a coon hunter as he sat on his tailgate listening to his hounds.  More...

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This weeks tips from the BBB

In light of the recent revelation that Cambridge Analytica allegedly mined personal information from more than 50 million Facebook users, the Better Business Bureau is again reminding consumers that what they share online can be used for illegal or u More...

Leaving your mark

Across The Savannah

Of all the trees down South, beeches and white birches gets picked on the most. The love sick, the egotistical, the passerby, and all manner of folk love to carve sentiments into the trees’ vulnerable white bark. Arboreal graffiti I call it. More...

Consumers get answers from Ga. Department of Agriculture

Consumer Q’s is a weekly ques­tion and-answer column by Arty Schronce at the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Please share your thoughts, questions and suggestions with him by phone, mail or email.  More...

King inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Ariel King, of Lincolnton, was recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the na­tion’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor so­ciety. King was initiated at Augusta University.  More...

Pasture Weed Control

Pasture weeds can reduce the quantity and the stand life of desir­able forage plants in forage grass and hayfields. What is a weed? A weed is defined as any plant grow­ing where it is undesired. More...