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Vet. Willie Henry Burton was born in Marion County, Georgia on December 11, 1964 to the parentage of Mr. Eddie Burton, Sr. and the late Mrs. Mable Barnes Walker. He received his education in the public schools of Marion County....Read More
By Frederick H. Lowe, Perceived or objective job discrimination, limited control over work demands and a determination to succeed against all odds increase black workers’ stress, causing them to lose hours of restorative...Read More
By: ELIZABETH MECHCATIE, WASHINGTON – Despite the recent attention given to considering obesity a disease, there are still many limitations to providing treatments for obesity and receiving adequate reimbursement for those...Read More
By Steve Benen, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal (R) has a problem: rural hospitals keep closing, overwhelmed by financial troubles they can’t solve on their own. The obvious solution – accepting Medicaid expansion under the Affordable...Read More
By Kim Painter, People with prehypertension — blood pressure above ideal levels but not high enough to be called hypertension — have a significantly increased risk of stroke, according to a new study that reinforces previous...Read More
by Laura Clawson, As Republicans gnash their teeth over a series of states blocking the nutrition assistance cuts Republicans worked so hard to achieve, who exactly is benefiting from food stamps? The annual report from the...Read More
By JESSE J. HOLLAND, WASHINGTON — African-Americans and Latinos are losing economic ground when compared with whites in the areas of employment and income as the United States pulls itself out of the Great Recession, the latest...Read More
George Zornick, Representative Paul Ryan released his budget blueprint this week, and fans of his work were no doubt pleased: it called for $5 trillion in spending cuts over the next decade, focused heavily on domestic,...Read More
By Ari Berman, In the past four years, under the leadership of Chief Justice John Roberts, the Supreme Court has made it far easier to buy an election and far harder to vote in one. First came the Court’s 2010 decision...Read More
By Greg Sargent, The two big political news stories of the moment — the new Paul Ryan budget, and the successful attainment of seven million Obamacare signups — have the potential to reshape, at least to some degree, the battle...Read More
By Judy Molland, The racial disparities in American education, from access to high-level classes and experienced teachers to discipline, were highlighted in a report released on March 21 by the Education Department’s civil...Read More
A Tennessee group is asking the Georgia Department of Community Health to clarify the application of Certificate of Need regarding Phoebe North By Terry Lewis, ALBANY — New questions have arisen over Phoebe Putney Memorial...Read More
Tiffany Nicole Prince will celebrate her birthday on February 19.
Nancy Green was recently chosen as the ASHS Teacher of the Month for December 2017.
Mr. Dwayne Darrell Holmes Nov. 4, 1968 – Feb. 10, 2018
“Gone Too Soon”
House of Cards, The Wire actor Reg E. Cathey dead at 59.
LeBron and the new additions to the Cavaliers roster seems to have given the team a spark.