This industry I love, for better or worse, has ironically enough made news of its own the last few days.
If there was any lingering doubt about whether Donald Trump would play a factor in the 2022 Georgia elections, that question can officially be put to rest.
If you’re an Animal Planet fan like me and enjoy seeing man’s best friend perform athletic feats, then I’ll see you at the Dock Dogs diving competition in Monroe this weekend.
One of the things I was looking forward to doing as a bona fide “cool uncle” was sharing my bountiful collection of pop culture with the tiny tots my siblings would produce for my amusement.
Since Major League Baseball pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta, a common refrain has been the desire to see politics taken out of sports. Sorry, but that ship has sailed.
I wrote an article which appeared in The Tribune on Oct. 24, 2020, in which I dealt with the goals of Democratic Party, including their support of the killing of innocent babies in their mother’s womb.
I love being a grandmother and adore my grandbaby. And I really appreciate getting all of the enjoyment from watching her toddler antics without having to be the bad guy when she misbehaves.
I’m one of those people who check her calendar every day. As a journalist, I have to be organized to be successful and that means working around press deadlines.
Walton County's vote will go a long way in deciding who represents the 10th Congressional District after Jody Hice. Here's a look at some potential GOP candidates.
A few years ago, I wrote a column about folks who get on our nerves. Like the people who lean in too close to talk after they’ve gulped down a jalapeno burger with extra onions.
Way back in 1978, Simon & Schuster published a book titled, “Movers & Shakers in Georgia,” written by Lucinda Bunnen & Frankie Coxe, which gave a photographic review of many of the dynamic, creative and influential folks in Georgia who made things happen.
“Voter suppression,” one of the most overused and improperly applied terms being used today, is designed to weaken the security and legitimacy of our election process.
My husband and I switched up our usual, boring pandemic-induced routine last Saturday by spending the day outside with hundreds of other people who also seemed eager to escape self-imposed isolation.
Remember when losing baby teeth as a kid was an exciting rite of passage? Especially if it was one of your two front teeth. You could stick your tongue through, and proudly show off the gap.
As state senators prepare for Crossover Day next week, we have been busy with committee hearings, voting on bills and, most importantly, hearing the concerns and suggestions of those we serve.
In a special publication hitting the streets Wednesday, we will announce the results of our annual Readers’ Choice contest, in which thousands of our readers voted for their favorites in 180 different categories this year.
News of a new Starbucks in Covington got a lot of “likes” and “shares” in our social media world, but don’t sleep on the truly big economic news of the week: The four-county Joint Development Authority approved the sale of nearly 630 acres in Stanton Springs to Baymare LLC.
Being new to The Walton Tribune, I am learning my way around. This is not easy for someone who has no sense of direction. My dad used to say I could get lost inside a paper bag.
It is time to stop the mental cruelty and physical despair being perpetrated at our hospitals by not allowing at least one family member to be with a loved one in the hospital to offer emotional and physical support during recovery.
It's maybe not surprising the Newton County commissioners want to split up the judicial circuit, but they should have gotten much more input from the people most affected.
One thing I didn’t consider when we moved our little family to a new state was a specific section of my daughters’ school forms. Back in hometown Alabama, I had too many people for the amount of ‘emergency contacts’ I was allotted. Here in Georgia … I just stared at the blank form and though…
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