Library lovers will want to check this book out. Readers of prison literature will find it arresting. If you’re just curious about behind-the-scenes at a different kind of library, “Reading Behind Bars” will have you under lockdown.

Here's the thing: It's fun to eat with your fingers. Skewering puts the fun in food, taking ordinary recipes and sticking it to them (pun intended), along with an assortment of dipping sauces -- because dipping a stick in a sauce is half the fun of eating food on a skewer. It's a lively pres…

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Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday advised President Donald Trump against pulling troops out of Afghanistan, warning of "disastrous" consequences if the US dipped below keeping at least 8,600 troops in the country.

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Conservative radio host and former Illinois US Rep. Joe Walsh will challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination in 2020, he announced Sunday.

If what Jesus taught us about life after death is true, if you are under a minister who only gives you “the good news,” you are risking an eternity of suffering for a temporary blissfulness.

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ALBANY -- Albany police say Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Stephen Goss died Saturday from a single gunshot wound in a wooded area on the 600 block of Greenwood Drive.

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Officials in Russia's northern city of Arkhangelsk have acknowledged that one of the doctors who helped treat victims of a recent mysterious explosion at a military test site was found to have a radioactive isotope in his body.

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Pluto was long considered our solar system's ninth planet. Although small, it orbits the sun and has the spherical shape required to be considered a planet.

KIMBERLY — Marissa Steiner and Tyler Mangum have been looking through microscopes for hours, scanning hand-sized, yellow sticky cards studded with dead insects.

We had nice weather for the crops and county fairs this past week. Temperatures were warm, but not overly hot. The rain came this week on Saturday night and Sunday morning. We received about 0.75” at our place. This rain was good for the cover crops seeded down the end of July into prevent plant acres. I did notice a couple isolated pockets of what looked like green snap from a distance as I was driving down the road after the storms passed through.

We got some rain over the past week, about 0.4” on our south fields and almost an inch around my house. As I’m writing this, there is a nice storm headed our way that should give us a good amount of rain. The rains around here have been hit or miss. Friday night, a farmer northeast of Monmouth received 1.8” of rain and we got nothing.

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CONYERS — Many years of poor maintenance, along with torrential rains in April, June and July, caused flooded roads, destroyed storm drains and culverts and left the Rockdale County Stormwater Department scrambling not only to provide enough repairs to reopen closed roads, but also to provid…

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The following charges and arrests were reported by the Newton County Sheriff’s Office, Covington Police Department, Oxford Police Department, Porterdale Police Department, the Georgia State Patrol and Georgia Pardon and Parole.

It’s amazing how the U.S. Department of Agriculture crop report can predict the corn and soybean forecast before it’s even in the ground. I’ve seen many fields around northern Indiana. Some look very good to excellent, others not so much. Many made multiple attempts to plant corn or soybeans despite the later planting window. Others planted cover crops of radishes, oats or wheat. And some simply disked it up or let it grow up in weeds.

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The following charges and arrests were reported by the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, Conyers Police Department, Georgia State Patrol and Georgia Pardon and Parole.

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