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If you believe Russia has a right to occupy the Ukraine, then you belong to a small group who believed it was OK for the U.S. to occupy Vietnam.
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You have been practicing law for less than 10 years. What have you learned in your time at Page, Scrantom, Sprouse Tucker & Ford? I am fortunate to work with an exceptional group of lawyers at Page Scrantom.
Kehdrel J. Jenkins and National Guard Pfc. Eddie D. Williams II have graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga.
Mike Haskey firstname.lastname@example.org Columbus goaltender Shannon Szabados started her first SPHL game against the Knoxville Ice Bears Saturday night at the Columbus Civic Center.
After working for 15 years at local banks, John Helms sensed a moment of clarity about his career as bright as the flash on his camera.
I write this as I gaze at a fleet of blooming Bradford pear trees lining the pond at my parents' house.
By TONY ADAMSI think the next step would maybe be an area manager, where I took on more than the two properties that I have now.
A Columbus native, Whiddon graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in horticulture in 1996.
Sbarro may be out at Peachtree Mall in Columbus, but the concept of pizza isn’t.
John F. Thomas, an accountant working as an IRS revenue agent in Columbus, announced Wednesday at the Burger King on Wynnton Road, his candidacy for the District 2 seat on the Muscogee County School Board.
But it is another denomination that has brought The Rev. Grace Burton-Edwards to Columbus.
John Laughter of Conyers, Georgia talks about flying his 1938 Stearman at the Columbus Airport Friday morning.
With only two days left in the current Georgia General Assembly session, two key pieces of legislation that the Consolidated Government included on its legislative agenda appear dead in the water, delegation members say.
A six-man, six-woman Superior Court jury is deliberating the fate of a Columbus man accused of molesting three girls ages 9, 10 and 13. Carlton Steve McKissic is charged with molesting the girls on March 20, 2012, during a slumber party.
The Petroleum Convenience Alliance for Technology Standards has announced that three convenience store and fuel retailing industry pioneers are being inducted into the PCATS Hall of Fame: Henry Armour, president and CEO of the National Association of Convenience Stores ; Jenny Bullard, CIO of Waycross, Ga.-based Flash Foods; and Loring Perez, ... (more)