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Mitt Romney wanted to become the Republican nominee and run for the presidency in 2008 but the signs just weren't right, it was too soon and he was ahead of his time -- his destiny.
In the wake of "Slutgate," the operative argument seems to have devolved into a barnyard taunt: "My pig isn't as bad as your pig."
A crisis of capitalism is supposed to create an opening for the political left.
The school gives students one month and $25 each to start and run their own businesses.
A nonprofit organization that serves senior citizens throughout Southwest Georgia is organizing a unique fundraiser.
The Pelham Country Jamboree, which hosts performances every Saturday, was established in March 1995.
U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop presents a special Congressional Record to Helen Cordell in honor of her 100th birthday.
Squawk of the Day - March 19, 2012
Charles Elbert Finley, 80, Sasser March 17, 2012
Robert Earl Bass, 63, Pelham March 17, 2012
Jessie Mae Hurley, 74, Tifton March 14, 2012
Floyd Troy Andrews, 74, Sylvester March 18, 2012
Charlie Mae Floyd, Ashburn March 17, 2012
Wayne J. Bozeman, 61, Sumner March 18, 2012
Carl August Hamburger, 89, Albany March 17, 2012
Herman Buggs Sr, 68, Donalsonville March 15, 2012
Top-ranked Kentucky looks to have completely shaken off its SEC title game loss as it rolls to its second easy win in the NCAA Tournament, this time Saturday evening against Iowa State, 87-71, in the second round, while the team that beat the Wildcats for the conference championship, Vanderbilt, is upended by Wisconsin, 60-57.
The Braves seem to be breaking out of their spring slump as they win two games Saturday, beating the Mets, 3-2, and the Blue Jays, 5-3, in split-squad action.
SATURDAY'S LOCAL COLLEGE/PREP ROUNDUP: Meridian blows past Darton golf in final round of Goose Pond Spring Fling; ASU softball finishes 3rd in conference Cross Over
The Darton golf team, which led the first two rounds of the Goose Pond Spring Fling, sees that lead evaporate Saturday in the final round as it falls to Meridan. (ADDS: items on ASU softball; Darton baseball; Deerfield baseball and soccer)
The Falcons agree to a three-year deal with pass rusher John Abraham, who had a team-high 9 1/2 sacks last season and has 58 1/2 sacks in six seasons in Atlanta.
Check out where the fish are biting --- or not biting --- around Southwest Georgia this week.
Herald outdoor columnist Bob Kornegay writes about an encounters he has with an old man who has never been fishing before.
Get out your rifles, bows and outdoor gear because Georgia’s turkey season is expected to be above average this year.
The Yellow Jackets are making their sixth straight NCAA appearance but have never won more than one game in the tournament.