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by Dick Yarbrough
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03:39 PM, Thursday, July 31
The U.S. Senate race this November between Democrat Michelle Nunn and Republican David Perdue will be one of the more unusual campaigns we have witnessed in Georgia. Neither has held public office and both are anxious to portray themselves as the ...

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Near the entrance of Westview Cemetery, west of downtown Atlanta, a receiving vault is carved into the side of one of...
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11:15 AM, Tuesday, November 20
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More often than not, I’ve been the two-sides-and-dessert purveyor when it comes to family Thanksgivings. But this yea...
10:59 AM, Tuesday, November 20
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There are so many things for which I am thankful this holiday season: a happy, healthy family, friends, a roof over o...
10:44 AM, Tuesday, November 20
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Column: Junior E. Lee discusses recent election results
I have just received Junior E. Lee’s analysis of the recent elections. Junior, as you know, is general manager of the...
05:39 PM, Wednesday, November 14
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Last year marked the first time when my oldest son Patrick, now 6, actually watched, and I mean really watched part o...
05:27 PM, Wednesday, November 14
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LETTER TO EDITOR: People, businesses should give more
EDITOR: Thursday is National Philanthropy Day. The word “philanthropy” comes from the Greek roots “phil” — loving — a...
05:24 PM, Wednesday, November 14
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Column: Park opens window into a dynamic world
Organized football is something with which I am not entirely comfortable. Growing up on West Wesley Road in Buckhead,...
05:44 PM, Tuesday, November 13
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Column: Let’s talk apartment security.
Apartment living leaves you vulnerable to burglaries and here is the reason why. It is much easier for a criminal to ...
01:01 PM, Friday, November 09
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Column: A salute to the hero who made it home and to those...
Because of the timing of my column deadline, I will have to defer comment on the elections until next week. I can say...
06:04 PM, Wednesday, November 07
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Column: Everything old is new again
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05:54 PM, Wednesday, November 07
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cemetery should not be desecrated
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05:52 PM, Wednesday, November 07
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EDITOR: James W. Wagner, president of Emory University, recently wrote an opinion piece entitled “Liberal arts build ...
05:50 PM, Wednesday, November 07
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