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This week, and every week, newspapers are for you

Americans have more media options than ever. We are inundated with stories, memes, videos and promotions 24 hours a day.
Most of us are on social media, which is built to provide an endless feed of content to keep us glued to our screens. And unfortunately, misinformation is prevalent and much of that content isn’t fact-checked, verified or professionally produced.

Congressman Gaetz accuses ATF of retaliation against Congressional witness

Washington, D.C. — On September 6, 2023, U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) was informed of retaliation and harassment by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) against congressional witness Chris Smith, owner of Gulf Coast Gun in Milton, Florida.

Strong local newspapers create a strong community

The newspaper industry has been changing, or as we like to call it, evolving. Some newspapers have survived, and many haven’t. So how does a newspaper survive – thrive even? We have some idea of what it takes. We have experienced growth even in the past year.

Fulton County DA’s anti-Trump ‘Smoking Gun’ is a toy pistol

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis must be drooling. In a dark day for America, Democrats made President Joe Biden’s chief political rival fly to their stronghold of Atlanta, surrender to law-enforcement officials, and get photographed and fingerprinted like a common criminal.

Out and About

Sandi Kemp
September 12, 2023
I was out and about at Juana’s Good Time Regatta this weekend. Kaitie Kiger covered the event on Saturday in a chase boat and I went out on a chase boat Sunday to take pictures.
This was the team at Juana’s/Sailors Grill’s 33rd year organizing and running this event, which is a tremendous asset for our community.

Randy’s Report

Randy Dixon
October 2, 2023
History of sorts was made Sept. 23 when Shenandoah University’s Haley Van Voorhis became the first woman to compete in an NCAA football game at a position other than kicker.

For God’s Sake: Remember how you have been forgiven and then freely forgive others

Guest Columnist
October 2, 2023
Jonah lived in the country of Israel more than 700 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. Israel’s greatest enemy at that time was the country of Assyria.
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