Speeding – I Just Got Busted
The View From The Bridge

Speeding – I Just Got Busted

By: Jackie Warner The other day, I was in the gym rushing (of course) to get finished so I could...
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Issue October 20, 2017
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Issue October 20, 2017

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Fight Or Flight – Foreman’s Forum
Foreman's Forum

Fight Or Flight – Foreman’s Forum

By: Paul Foreman In light of the news about the recent mass shooting in Vegas, I thought a rerun would...
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Characteristics Of The HSP (Highly Sensitive Person)
Mental Health Minute

Characteristics Of The HSP (Highly Sensitive Person)

By: Lisa Philippart The purpose of my previous article was to introduce you to the trait of high sensitivity. If...
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Scalpel, Please – Horse Whispering
Horse Whispering

Scalpel, Please – Horse Whispering

By: Deb Kitchenmaster I chuckled as I read about a Harvard-trained brain surgeon and his relationship with horses. What a...
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Fall Flurry – Learning As A Lifestyle
Lifelong Learning

Fall Flurry – Learning As A Lifestyle

By: Wanda Campbell Every fall, the Center for Lifelong Learning engages in a flurry of activity. From the end of...
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Fitness Classes “Outside” The Gym
Health & Fitness

Fitness Classes “Outside” The Gym

By: Janet Hunt Below is a list of fitness classes offered in the Athens area, outside of a gym, that...
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Instruments Of Darkness – The Millennial Mind
The Millennial Mind

Instruments Of Darkness – The Millennial Mind

By: Rosemary Dewar Acts of evil are much easier to define than it is to define those who commit them....
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Pimento Cheese, A Southern Classic – Cooking With Anna
Cooking with Anna

Pimento Cheese, A Southern Classic – Cooking With Anna

Fall in the South brings with it school festivals, bonfires, hayrides and, of course, football. Football to most Southerners, especially...
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BOO-TIFUL FALL HOLIDAYS With A Hocus-Focus On Earth-Friendly
Clean & Green

BOO-TIFUL FALL HOLIDAYS With A Hocus-Focus On Earth-Friendly

By: Lynne Hart Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. The night air is cool, the leaves...
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October Happenings – Tourism
Tourism

October Happenings – Tourism

By: Teresa Todd, TMP NORTH POLE STROLL – Christmas trees are being presold for the North Pole Stroll. DEADLINE IS...
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Local Fall Sports Almost in the Rearview Mirror
PlayAction Sports

Local Fall Sports Almost in the Rearview Mirror

By: Tim Lambert The local sports scene is close to wrapping up for our local teams. Some still have high...
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ARToberfest: An Oktoberfest Event With An Artistic Twist
Tourism

ARToberfest: An Oktoberfest Event With An Artistic Twist

By: Holly Hollman An Athens art organization is giving the German festival known as Oktoberfest an artistic twist for its...
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Making My List And Checking It Twice
Slinkard On Success

Making My List And Checking It Twice

By: D.A. Slinkard I just don’t have time! Congratulations, as you have just read the sentence most often repeated with...
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What Makes Ronnie Roll: The Ripple Effect
What Makes Ronnie Roll

What Makes Ronnie Roll: The Ripple Effect

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner Mayor Ronnie came bursting in the door with his trademark high level of Monday morning energy,...
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Limestone Health Facility Spotlight On Rebecca Bowman
Special Feature

Limestone Health Facility Spotlight On Rebecca Bowman

By Ali Elizabeth Turner Rebecca Bowman was born at home, and was the youngest of seven children. She could be...
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All Things Soldier: Gaudry Has Guts
All Things Soldier

All Things Soldier: Gaudry Has Guts

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner We have been involved as a country for several months now in various controversies about the...
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Publisher’s Point: A Statue That None Dare Move
Publisher's Point

Publisher’s Point: A Statue That None Dare Move

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner History has been made in our town once again, due to the fact that a statue...
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Shepherd Living At The Range: Where The Answer Is Yes
Featured

Shepherd Living At The Range: Where The Answer Is Yes

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner When Joe Jasmon, CEO of Shepherd Living at the Range, was 16 years old, his grandma...
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The Athens City Schools Foundation: Leaving A Legacy Brick By Brick
Featured

The Athens City Schools Foundation: Leaving A Legacy Brick By Brick

By: Ali Elizabeth Turner Construction of our new Athens High School on Hwy 31 North is well underway, and the...
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