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The Nankipooh Enquirer “The Christmas Tree”

When I was a boy growin up on the old Biggers' farm in Nankipooh, we always cut a tree off of our land to use as a Christmas tree. Now…

Lanier Technical College Foundation’s Second Annual Pheasant Shoot

Lanier Technical College Foundation’s Second Annual Pheasant Shoot

The Lanier Technical College Foundation announced it raised over $22,000 after holding its Second Annual Pheasant Shoot on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at Jim Walter’s Farm in Lula, GA...…

The Nankipooh Enquirer: “Last Chance”

Now the one thing we all got to learn to get through hard times, is that you can't buy things that you ain't got no money for. If you are…

National League of Nursing (NLN) Test

National League of Nursing (NLN) Test

Lanier Technical College will administer the National League of Nursing (NLN) Test on December 17 at the Forsyth Campus, and again on December 18 at the Oakwood Campus for those…

The Nankipooh Enquirer: “Just Wondering”

I have been hearing quite a bit in the news lately about this 47% of the population not paying any taxes. Now it is not my intention to make any…

The Nankipooh Enquirer: “Why Bascomb”

In 1828 when my daddy was just a small boy of four years, his family moved from South Carolina to a small frontier town on the Chattahoochee River, called Columbus,…

Rep. Graves Statement on August Jobs Report

Rep. Graves Statement on August Jobs Report

U.S. Representative Tom Graves (R, GA-09) released the following statement in response to today’s August 2012 jobs report. The U.S. Department of Labor reported that only 96,000 jobs were…

Road Paving on War Hill Park Road

Road Paving on War Hill Park Road

The Dawson County Roads & Bridges Department will begin the paving project for War Hill Park Road Tuesday, September 4, 2012. Work will consist of shoulder repairs, milling of…

Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gov. Gary Johnson is Polling at 5.3% Nationwide

Governor Johnson’s poll numbers – and his votes this November - may be the critical factor in “Tipping Point” or battleground states like North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Nevada, and Colorado…

The Winds of Change

The Winds of Change

A refreshing breeze blew across Georgia on Tuesday July 31st, as Georgians across the state said no to a massive transportation spending bill, and no to the incessant demands of…