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Joiner’s Corner: Pumping iron

“Pumping Iron” By Neil Joiner/Joiner’s Corner I never dreamed I’d be able to lift 300 pounds, and certainly not of attaining such a feat as ... Read more

Dispatch’s Progress Edition publishes April 10

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS: The Dispatch had planned to publish its annual Progress Edition in its March 30th issue. Due to a number of ... Read more

Ext. Agent Grant: Appreciation in a tough year for ag

In A Sand County Almanac Aldo Leopold shares his sentiment that “There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger ... Read more

Joiner’s Corner: The cover of a book

There’s an old saying to “Never judge a book by its cover.”  It’s sometimes hard for me to follow that sage advice, but it always ... Read more

Joiner’s Corner: A rocky field

A long while back, maybe thirty years or more, I read an article in The Macon Telegraph that has stuck with me.  I don’t know ... Read more

Our opinion: Local elections workers deserve our gratitude

It has been a crazy election season, and that’s just for the voters. Imagine how it must be for those who are responsible for keeping ... Read more

Rep. Harden’s Capitol Notes — Hurricane Michael Part 2

By Buddy Harden This is the second in a series of my Capitol Notes on Hurricane Michael, the problems that Michael created and the efforts ... Read more

Capitol Notes from Rep. Buddy Harden

Wednesday evening October 10th is a day that most residents of this area and District 148 and those to the south of us will remember ... Read more

Joiner’s Corner: A story about chickens

I don’t particularly care for chickens.  I appreciate their role in the food chain but find nothing endearing about their personality.  Our troubled relationship goes ... Read more

Publisher: Strangers helping strangers should be celebrated

Hurricane Michael was a strong one that brought widespread damage to Crisp and surrounding counties. We now have to gather as a community and help ... Read more

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