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Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-For love of the game

Recently I’ve started watching the show Friday Night Lights again. Let me just say- this is partially important because I’m not a big TV show person. I don’t have the patience to sit through an hour-long episode nor do I usually have the time to keep up with a series. But I figure with pre-season […] Read More

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter

About five years ago I told my dad, who is one of my biggest fans but also one of the most blunt people you’ll ever meet, that I wanted to be the first female head coach in the NFL. “You can’t do that, Lauren,” he said. “Why?” I argued. I was expecting some drawn-out response […] Read More

Speaker Ralston Announces Signing of  Georgia’s Heartbeat Bill (HB 481)

Speaker Ralston Announces Signing of Georgia’s Heartbeat Bill (HB 481)

Speaker David Ralston PRESS RELEASE Speaker Ralston Announces Signing of Georgia’s Heartbeat Bill (HB 481) ATLANTA – Today, Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) joined Governor Brian Kemp as he signed HB 481, the LIFE Act commonly known as the “Heartbeat Bill,” into law at the State Capitol. HB 481 prohibits abortion when an unborn child has […] Read More

CINCO DE MAYO – A HISTORY

CINCO DE MAYO – A HISTORY

(NOT A BEER FEST) May fifth commemorates the victory of the Mexicans over the French army in the Battle of Puebla in 1862. It was a large victory for Mexico as they were able to defeat a the larger, better equipped French army of 6500 with a small militia of 4500 men. It was a […] Read More

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