COLUMN: Remembering the biggest Hill in Lyerly

I was a Daddy’s girl growing up. My Dad was beyond “God status” to me which, by default, made my Dad’s hero, Hill Caldwell,...

Column: The Sun, the moon and the hype

Stocking up on black market glasses and souvenir T-shirts, the world is preparing for Monday's total eclipse of the sun in a wonderful wacky...

Column: Travel for the sake of travel

Named after a small town between Augusta and Atlanta on the old Georgia Railroad, the Dearing is a 1925 Pullman railroad car. It is...

The fun has just begun — we promise

We are glad you’re here. But trust me: You are not alone. For almost a year, All On Georgia-Muscogee has been showing up on...

Jimmy Holbrook Addresses Chattooga County

During last year's campaign between Commissioner Winters and myself I raised the issue of past tax increases by Commissioner Winters and pointed out the...

Mr. Bill — The original Servant Leader

Theirs is a friendship you would never see coming. One is a dignified businessman in his 90s who is one of the wealthiest people in...

Matthews joins his ponytail in retirement

His ponytail retired several years ago, about the time the hair on top of his head took a permanent leave of absence, and today,...

What’s next for the Government Center?

Discussion about the future of the Columbus Government Center continues, highlighted this week by another public tour of the building and a meeting of...

Michael Lee’s “Tattoos”: Salvation And A CD That Is Not Hard To Love

Like a tractor-trailer fully loaded whining its big wheels up and down the blue highway over Taylor Ridge, our own Michael Lee Stancil roars...

Michael Lee’s “Tattoos”: Salvation And A CD That Is Not Hard To Love

Like a tractor-trailer fully loaded whining its big wheels up and down the blue highway over Taylor Ridge, our own Michael Lee Stancil roars...