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Inside the Statehouse

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By Steve Flowers – August 2, 2017 There is a proven theory espoused by political scholars that has prevailed in southern political history for decades. The premier political scholar, Dr. V. O. Key, first illustrated this repetitious theme that has weaved its way through the southern electorate. He called it “Friends and Neighbors” politics. It […]

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More southern sayings

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By Bill Frazer I was surprised at the comments that I got from people referring to an earlier article dealing with Southern descriptive phrases. There are a lot of people out there who remembered old phrases linked to the language of the South. Many people particularly in our area have some very creative uses of […]

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My Garden of Life

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By Jody Fuller I just finished watering my crops. Since most of them are planted in 5-gallon buckets with holes drilled in the bottom for drainage, I have to water them just about every day. It seems that the ones planted into the earth stay hydrated longer and appear healthier than the ones in the […]

Reflections – Unlikely Heros