Welcome to Week Three of “As the General Assembly Turns:”
New Yorkers don’t care is Aubrey Lee Price is missing, and presumably dead, they formally indicted him. Might be a short trial. Price, you will recall, was head of a bank in Montgomery County. That’s right outside of Vidalia.
Georgia Lottery executives cashed out pretty well. Looks like I picked the wrong profession. Maybe if they were paid less, more money could be used to fund scholarships. Stop me if you’ve heard this before.
Exports likely to be a big benefit to Georgia’s agribusinesses. People everywhere need peanuts, pecans, and pine trees.
Lawyers riding big wheels. Precisely what every charity event needs.
Man charged with arson; fire destroyed over 100 year old mill in Manchester.
Why is there a lack of women legislators? Curious minds seek answers. Georgia has actually had a number of historic females hold positions in politics, but the numbers still remain low.
More fallout from Chip being at GPB.
Cops these two may be; Culumbo they are not. LoJack, ever heard of it?
Will UGA lose their D-Cord? Let us hope not. Many are predicting Aaron Murray for the “Quarter Back of Awesomeness Award.” That’s what they are renaming the Heisman. Just fyi. You’re welcome for the advance notice.
Georgia’ own Forest Gump-esque runner; except this guy has a purpose.
Cain on Senate run: “Not it!” He’d win, I think.
Amazon still not collecting Georgia sales tax. The mighty internet will not bend to Georgia’s Department of Revenue.
And here is some music. Bluegrass, even. Ron Daniels, out.