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Richard Hyatt

Richard Hyatt joined allongeorgia.com/muscogee after spending more than 40 years as an award-winning columnist and reporter at the Ledger-Enquirer in Columbus. He started his newspaper career at the Atlanta Times and Atlanta Constitution and worked in public relations for Georgia Tech and the Atlanta Hawks. He is the author of 18 non-fiction books. A native of Atlanta, he attended Georgia State University and graduated from Columbus State University. Hyatt is married to the former Kaye Howell and is the father of three daughters, including Kamryn, a bubbly third grader.

Column: What will happen if Falwell’s prayers are answered?

I remember the day Gus was hired. Hell, I’m old enough to remember the day Doug Barfield was hired. But we’re not talking about the magic of Barfield right...

Column: Remembering the arrival of the Sears catalogue

Sears & Roebuck was never a blood relative, but that iconic store was part of my family and my life. I tried to find my first C-chord on a cheap...

Column: Chase was a music man with a soft heart for the needy

When Louis T. Chase died in early 1942, he was much more than a music man. He was the conscience of his church and the community, looking after people...

In Georgia, she planned events — in West Virginia she writes books

People in Columbus remember Carter Taylor Seaton as a creative soul who planned clever events at the Columbus Georgia Convention and Trade Center and as marketing director at Columbus...

CSU ready to outfit all of their sports teams in Nike gear

Just do it, Cougars! Columbus State University has announced a transaction with BSN SPORTS that will put Cougar athletes on 13 intercollegiate teams in Nike footwear, apparel and uniforms starting...

Columbus judge to participate in a case at the Supreme Court of Georgia.

Judge Arthur L. Smith III of the Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit will wear his familiar black robe in a loftier setting on Tuesday afternoon as a designated member of the...
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