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by Dick Yarbrough
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10:28 AM, Thursday, August 27
Unless you are one of the intrepid public servants we keep sending back to the Gold Dome to get you out of our hair, or a lizard-loafered lobbyist lurking around the capitol with free lunch coupons or members of the news media with coffee stains o...

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For more than a decade, a plaque hung in the concession stand at Buckhead Baseball that read simply, “Hoyle Dye: A Fr...
04:43 PM, Wednesday, April 01
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South Fulton delegation member gives update from the Capitol
With Crossover Day behind us, we returned to the Gold Dome [last] week to focus on legislation that has already been ...
02:31 PM, Tuesday, March 31
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Henry delegation member gives update from the Capitol
As the legislative session moves into its final days, more bills are making their way from the House of Representativ...
02:20 PM, Tuesday, March 31
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Column: Education Reform Commission can make difference
I suspect my recent silence on the subject of public education in Georgia has been deafening to some of you. I will e...
09:01 AM, Thursday, March 26
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Q: I’ve heard you poke fun about how country folks talk about their health problems. I live in a small town far away ...
08:53 AM, Thursday, March 26
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: City center project needs greenspace...
EDITOR: The reasonably new city of Sandy Springs needs to step up its game to attract citizens and visitors alike. Wi...
08:50 AM, Thursday, March 26
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Thanks to Fulton lawyers/legislators...
EDITOR: In these final weeks of the 2015 session of the Georgia General Assembly, I would like to take this opportuni...
08:45 AM, Thursday, March 26
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Congress should approve American Ene...
Editor’s note: The following letter is about U.S. Senate Bill 791 , also known as the American Energy Renaissance Act...
08:32 AM, Thursday, March 26
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Column: Chimney, hearth traced back to pioneer family
Judge James Power sounds like a man not to be crossed, the kind of man who could be found out West in the 1800s, keep...
09:28 AM, Wednesday, March 25
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OPINION: Lee May, DeKalb County Interim CEO
State legislative proposal House Bill 586, to annex property owned by the citizens of DeKalb County into the city of ...
12:00 PM, Tuesday, March 24
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Column: Thankful for new generation of Methodist ministers
I spent last week helping to assess a group of people for a job I couldn’t do if my life depended on it. Actually, wh...
01:04 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Column: A love story for the ages
A mention in this space of Eiderdown, the heavy-duty comforter which the British have used to ameliorate the dark col...
12:57 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Guest column: Censored, fast-forwarded James Bond
I might be the only father in America who hasn’t seen the movie “Frozen.” And I can state quite honestly I haven’t ev...
12:48 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Editor’s note: The following letter is in response to Dick Yarbrough’s March 4 column, titled “Without Jasper Dorsey,...
12:44 PM, Thursday, March 19
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Column: Ubiquitous stickers more than status symbols
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09:20 AM, Wednesday, March 18
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