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Mattison: Tears in the mirror

Standing next to the mail box, Jimmy Boyd could not wait to get on the school bus. Just as the sun topped the pine trees ...

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Terrell: Let’s get them before they get us.

This week’s column is a public safety announcement and I admit I borrowed the information.

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Terrell: News you may have missed

I think Obama has a memory problem.

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Mattison: My snap, crackle and pop

The other day I watched an old commercial about Rice Krispies Cereal and the cartoon mascots from Kellogg’s…Snap, Crackle and Pop. These three ...

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Mattison: Where the waters meet

It was an early Saturday morning when we backed the pontoon boat down into the Savannah River. With fog hugging the water line, on the ...

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Terrell: And the truth is…

Somebody is not being very truthful.

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Mattison: My brother Bill

On a cold rainy day on October 10, 1938, William Howell Mattison, my older brother, was born. He was the first grandchild for my mom ...

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Terrell: Who owns the collateral consequences?

I could not tell from a column in The Atlanta-Journal Constitution (AJC) last week if the lady who authored it was bashing society, criminal justice ...

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Terrell: The webs that we spin

If you really don’t think you understand the conflict in the Middle East, don’t feel alone.

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Mattison: When it’s family

When it’s family, you forgive them for they know not what they do. When it’s family, you accept them, ‘cause you have no ...

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Terrell: When cultures collide

Over the years, it has never really bothered me seeing a person of another culture, race or religion in the same store, restaurant or other ...

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Mattison: From class to trash

When a person decides to write a column, book or article, they may do it for many different reasons. The written word has many faces ...

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Evans: Do you hear what I hear?

When I was a teenager, my brother Stevie would bring some of his friends home. One particular day the one that I loved the most ...

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Terrell: An unprecedented power grab

If I could have one wish for the New Year it would be that we could get everyone on the same page and find the ...

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Mattison: Here we go again

In a few short days we will place a period at the end of 2015. For some, instead of a period, it may be a ...

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Terrell: The magic of Christmas

There is something magical and nostalgic about Christmas, even for someone my age.

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Evans: Giving my Christmas away

I parked at work the other day and got out of my car. I noticed a man walking in a different door than I go ...

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Mattison: The greatest gift

Today the malls are packed with last minute shoppers. UPS trucks are working way into the night and lines are long at the post office ...

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