March 8, 2012 RSS feed / Editorial

How would circuit clerk hopefuls deal with cuts?

We are coming down to the wire for the March 13 primaries and one of highest profile county races is the Republican contest for the party’s nomination for circuit clerk. More...

Gone South

Send them to college

I have spent a goodly part of my adult life following the fumbles and foibles of American politicians, but for sheer entertainment value, I have to admit, this year’s crop of GOP hopefuls beats them all. More...

Inside the Statehouse

March 13 is all about Republicans

We are less than one week away from the primary. That is singular for one primary. We are now a one party state when it comes to statewide politics. More...

RIP, Drew Knight

In an age with the world in turmoil and American soldiers dying in places like Afghanistan and Iraq, Ken and Becky Knight of Thomasville had to take some comfort in knowing their son, U.S. More...

Another moderate gone

The U.S. Congress is terribly partisan these days. The extreme polarization of the House and Senate has not made for better government but rather for gridlock and inaction. More...

Newspaper group’s prediction was way off

 In 1931, the Newspaper Enterprise Association predicted that crime would be nearly gone in 20 years. More...