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We understand there’s a lot of uncertainty about the safety of any institution right now, but the hospital is a safe place to be especially if you’re ill or injured.

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Through my various writings, most of you have gotten to know my mother, Anna Graham, pretty well by now, but you are probably less familiar with my dad, Dr. William Hardin Graham.

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As the writer of a weekly opinion column, it is, to some degree, my role to weigh in on the major events of the day.

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For most of us, the shelter-in-place precautions we’ve taken during the coronavirus pandemic have been more irritating than life-threatening.

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If you’d told me on Jan. 1 that by the time four months had passed, I’d be putting on a mask to go get takeout in one of my favorite downtown restaurants — and it would look like progress — I’d have thought you’d lost your mind.

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It is a daunting challenge to write a guest column addressing my candidacy to succeed Judge Eugene Benton as Superior Court judge without sounding egotistical or tossing out clichés. Nevertheless, I will endeavor to do so sincerely and humbly.

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My parents had a traditional home where my dad, a World War II Marine, worked and my mom, a former nurse, took care of the family. With seven kids she had lots to do; my twin brother and I are numbers 5 and 6 in the lineup.

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The race for Georgia’s U.S. Senate seat currently held by Kelly Loeffler continues to shape up as an intriguing contest.

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Sen. Kelly Loeffler, in a column for The Tribune, says she's working every day to ensure our heroes on the front lines are well-equipped for this battle against COVID-19.

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We’re in the midst of a pandemic that could result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans, and the experts call that a “best-case scenario.” It will touch the lives of us all, for decades to come.

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Where to even begin (as tears well up in my eyes)? I have known you only since May 2019, but it has felt like forever because you reminded me so much of my mom. (She was an assistant pastor, and you were a Bible Seminary graduate of Columbia International University in South Carolina.)