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Collins Praises Isakson Legacy

Collins Praises Isakson Legacy

GAINESVILLE, Ga.—Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) released the following statement after Senator Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) announced he will resign from the U.S. Senate at the end of 2019 after 40 years of public service. “Johnny Isakson has been a standard of public service and statesmanship for decades in Georgia. He’s always drawn on his extensive roots […] Read More

PRESS RELEASE: Speaker David Ralston Thanks Senator Johnny Isakson

PRESS RELEASE: Speaker David Ralston Thanks Senator Johnny Isakson

Speaker David Ralston Thanks Senator Johnny Isakson ATLANTA – Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) issued the following statement on the news that Georgia’s senior United States Senator Johnny Isakson will resign from office at the end of the year: “The loss of Johnny Isakson from public life will leave a void in Georgia which is […] Read More

BREAKING NEWS – Senator Isakson Announces Retirement

Dear Friend, It has been the honor and privilege of a lifetime to serve the state of Georgia in the Georgia State House, Georgia Senate, U.S. House and U.S. Senate. As you know, I have been battling health challenges for several years, and after much prayer and consultation with my family, I have decided I […] Read More

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-First United Church of the Southeastern Conference

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-First United Church of the Southeastern Conference

On Wednesday I stopped by one of the local rec departments to iron out some details for an upcoming event that Team FYN Sports plans to cover. As often happens in small towns where time seems to move a little slower, you can’t go into a place where people are as close as a rec […] Read More

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-Back in season

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-Back in season

If any of you are under the age of 18 and reading this article, then I imagine this week was probably a tough week for you. I say that because the majority of schools in the state of Georgia started back this week. I can remember being in high school and having a knot of […] Read More

Mass Shootings: Guns, Games, or God?

Mass Shootings: Guns, Games, or God?

Why is it that every time there is a shooting in this country, my feeds get flooded by blame. All I see is article after article on who or what I should be blaming for the latest shooting. “It’s because of video game violence!” “No, it’s the gun control laws!” “It’s about religion.” “Blame the […] Read More

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-Football is coming

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-Football is coming

We’ve been talking about it all summer. I’ve covered more camps than I can count. Young athletes have been out as early as January lifting and preparing for it. Finally on Wednesday I felt it. Football season is coming. Wednesday morning bright and early found me on the football field of Fannin County High School […] Read More

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-Shout-out to softball

Sports talk Thursday with Lauren Hunter-Shout-out to softball

I’ll be the first to tell you that growing up I was never athletic. People always seem to find that hard to believe since I’m a sports reporter. But there was a time that I was really interested in trying softball. When I was little (aka the age I should’ve started playing a sport if […] Read More

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