- Local news
Tractor trailer catches fire
City fire officials are uncertain what caused a tractor trailer carrying a load of hay to catch fire while traveling on Hwy 300 in the vicinity of Old Hatley Road.
- Dispatch moving to new location
- Cash, car, guns, electronics forfeited to Crisp County Sheriff's Office
- Early voting dates for run-off, sheriff's races clarified
- City OKs its FY 2014-15 budget without a millage increase
- Tractor trailer catches fire
- Local Sports
Streaking Braves finding different ways to win
The Braves, finding new ways to create runs, have regained the lead in the NL East with their best two-week stretch of the season.
It’s even more impressive when considering during that period starting pitcher Gavin Floyd had season-ending elbow surgery and power-hitting catcher Evan Gattis was lost indefinitely with a back injury.
- Simpson says goodbye to area readers after 48-plus years on the job
- Cougars' Taylor signs ABAC baseball scholarship
- Crisp rec softball team finishes as Distric 3 runner-up
- Crisp Horseshoes Club standings remain tight
- Streaking Braves finding different ways to win
- Online Extras
Cashing in on pot market proves a pipe dream for traditional pharmacies
Americans seeking medical marijuana for anything from pain to seizures must turn to a patchwork of small startups for help as U.S. laws keep traditional pharmacies out of a market that may exceed $6 billion by 2019.
- Can technology help you and your friends choose a restaurant?
- Your child is a natural-born liar
- Augusta National removes 'Eisenhower Tree' after ice storm
- Cashing in on pot market proves a pipe dream for traditional pharmacies
Life, liberty, and ... phobias?
The Global Warming/climate change/climate disruption/I hate the weather fear-mongers need to adopt a better sales pitch if they’re ever going to get me on board their program.
- Confederate Values and Principles Remain Important
- My favorite lawman
- Letter to the Editor
- Life, liberty, and ... phobias?
The end of 'Two And a Half Men:' Twitter reacts
CBS announced Wednesday that the upcoming 12th season for "Two And a Half Men" would be the show's last. Here is a sampling of reaction to the news on Twitter.
- The joy of losing friends on Facebook
- Amazon introduces Fire TV to challenge Apple in living rooms
- 'Lego Movie' blocks 'RoboCop,' 'About Last Night'
- The end of 'Two And a Half Men:' Twitter reacts