• The Weekly Word

    The movie OVERCOMER deals with forgiveness and endurance. A high-school girl training for a long-distance run, learns the identify of her father who was a champion runner. Her father had become addicted to drugs and abandoned his little girl. Her father comes to Christ and ask his daughter for forgiveness; she forgives him and he […]

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  • POOL — NOT THE TIME TO INCUR FINANCIAL OBLIGATION

    Written by Joene DePlancke Gilmer County is actively pursuing contracting for a new County Pool and related expenses. I am totally in support of a County Pool but NOT on the eve of a recession. On March 6 th , at a Special Called Meeting to approve the design of the pool in order to […]

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  • COVID-19 Case Update

    Five Additional Presumptive Positive COVID-19 Cases in Georgia ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is awaiting confirmatory testing from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on five additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Georgia. The additional cases are in Cobb, Fayette, Gwinnett and two in DeKalb. The individuals are […]

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  • Failure In The Midst of Success

    Written By George McClellan Has it escaped everyone”s attention that the RINO “#Never Trumpers,” when expounding their learned views on social media sites like FaceBook, go out of their way to insult conservative, pro-Trump supporters as really unimportant to the big picture but do so with condescending joy? Bill Kristol is the most prominent elitist […]

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  • The Clash Isn’t Coming, It’s Already Here

    Written by George McClellan Nearly every day since the 2016 election campaign began we read of some demented Progressive somewhere attacking folks wearing MAGA or Trump 2020 hats, or running down Republican registration booths with automobiles. Somehow these perpetrators have gotten the idea, even after being arrested and charged with only a misdemeanor, that they […]

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  • GBI Seeks Public’s Assistance in 2011 Toccoa Murder Investigation

    Toccoa, GA (March 5, 2020) – This month marks the nine year anniversary of the murder of Robert Lee Simmons, Jr. The GBI is seeking the public’s assistance with any information about Simmons’ last days and his murder. Simmons, 46, was found dead at his home at the Glendale Apartments on Norman Drive on March […]

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  • Has Mediocracy Become the Acceptable Standard of Performance?

    Written by George McClellan Why does it constantly seem that government, name any one but for this purpose our own Federal Government, appears to be so inept? It’s because it is inept! Within any organization where the worker bees are made comfortable with themselves, ineptitude and mediocrity becomes the acceptable standard of performance. Add mandated […]

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  • Gov. Kemp, Officials Confirm Two Cases of COVID-19 in Georgia

    Atlanta, GA – This evening, Governor Brian Kemp, Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) Commissioner Kathleen Toomey, M.D., and state officials confirmed Georgia’s first cases of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) involving two residents of Fulton County who live in the same household. One recently returned from Italy. Both have mild symptoms; they are isolated at home […]

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  • The Weekly Word

    2 Timothy 3:15 tells us that Holy Scriptures make us wise for salvation by faith in Christ Jesus. There is a car wash in my hometown named A WASH TO THE WISE. Growing up my mom would often say, “a word to the wise”, then share her words of wisdom. Sure wish I had paid […]

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  • These Damn Computers are Going to Kill Us

    Written by George McClellan Somehow, in the deep recesses of my once very analytical mind lurks this troubling thought: We Americans are being conditioned to become herd animals a La George Orwell’s Animal House. I can’t shake it. Our daily lives are constantly filled with media driven turmoil, now it’s about a deadly Chinese virus […]

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