It’s gone but the Eisenhower Tree is still special
This story makes me feel good, but I can’t really explain why.
Maybe it’s just that I like the idea that in the end, all Americans should count the same, no matter how powerful and revered they may be. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
‘They threw her down, seventy times seven’
Grover sez a new study reveals that women with large backsides live longer than men who make mention of them. Y ou can thank longtime Reporter reader Iola Avrett for the following addition you can make to your collection of religious humor. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Check out that ‘information’ from your inbox
A n e-mail comes announcing the death of a dear friend. You are requested to attend the services and more details are provided in an attachment.
Natural curiosity urges you to follow the directions. You wonder who died. But clicking on the prompt will download the virus into your hard drive. Full Story
Judge praises new, former POSGCD directors
Now that the election is over, I want to bring you up-to-date on some of the things that have happened during the time that there has been a hold on the newspaper articles from my office.
We’ve appointed three new members to the Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District Board and reappointed one. Full Story
WORD FROM THE WIFE
Hey, who made Mother Nature lose her temper?
Okay, which one of you made Mother Nature mad at us? I don’t think I did—I haven’t even been complaining too much about the weather but, come on now, we should already be complaining about it being too hot instead of again digging out that heavy coat we haven’t worn in years. Full Story