12/12/12 . . . does not compute.
North Georgia and Gainesville merger approved; not part of deliberations, the drive from Gainesville to North Georgia’s main campus. It’s quite a haul. Middle Georgia and Macon State merger also approved.
The FBI has got their man in a 1.3 million dollar phishing fraud scheme. He was from Georgia.
Muscogee County teacher named 2012 Milken Educator. Allegedly, it’s the education version of the “Oscars.” No golden statues pictured.
Sen. Gloria Butler wants “Pro Choice” car tags. I want the return of the Three Dollar Car Tag. Where, o where, is M.E. Thompson when I need him?
In the ever-continuing saga of immigration laws, parts of Georgia’s “reform” law has been cleared by a federal judge.
Georgia farmers running out of time. I’m out of touch, they’re out of time. Private eyes are watching us.
The death of a Glynn County Commissioner is still being investigated as a homicide. No suspects yet.
Chief Justice Hunstein to the General Assembly: “Budget cuts equal clogged courts, which means less business friendly climate.” I concur.
Suspect in Macon’s “Waffle House Massacre” turns himself in on the advice of counsel.
Mid State economy to grow in 2013.
Albany attorney drama! Attorney needs restraining order to keep doing business after splitting from his firm.
And just because you need some music in your morning . . .
Article source: http://www.peachpundit.com/2012/12/12/morning-reads-121212/