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Change of command: A tradition of renewal

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“Last week, Moody Air Force Base experienced a change of command for the 23rd Wing at Moody Air Force Base.”
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Zimmerman verdict: Time for healing
“The nationwide protests surrounding Saturday’s acquittal of George Zimmerman prove that this country has a lot of educating to do. Citizens must learn that we live in a nation of laws, not of men.”
Source: Savannah Morning News

Cartoon: Mark Streeter — Blind are Justice, Love and Hate
Source: Savannah Morning News

• Rick McKee: Interrupting the news
Source: Augusta Chronicle 

Chuck Williams: Good year on the Broadway farm
“I am two years into this urban agriculture experiment. Our community garden — it is a fairly small community with nine families, all of whom live downtown — is in full production right now. We have tomatoes, butter beans, purple hull peas, mild banana peppers, scorching habaneros, okra, eggplant, cucumbers, basil and more herbs than I can name.”
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Disillusionment remains over school name
“Regent University, a private school in Virginia, had sued Georgia last September claiming the state Board of Regents had infringed on its trademark by selecting “Georgia Regents University” as the name for the consolidation of Augusta State University and the former Medical College of Georgia.”
Source: Augusta Chronicle via Athens Banner-Herald

Jim Thomas: American revolution countered statistical odds
“John Adams, Boston lawyer, revolutionary leader, influential diplomat and the second president, described the events of 237 years ago this month as “the most memorable epoch in the history of America.” Few, if any, disagree.”
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Jim Thompson: Broad conversation on race may not be best way forward
“Less than 48 hours after George Zimmerman, a 29-year-old man of white and Hispanic heritage, was acquitted in a Florida courtroom of all charges in the shooting death of 17-year-old black teenager Trayvon Martin, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called for this country to enter into what he said would be a ‘necessarily difficult dialogue.’”
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

James Hurt, Jr.: Georgia Chamber misinformed on state’s legal climate
“As part of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce’s Regional Power Lunch series, which included a recent stop in Athens, Chamber President Chris Clark is continuing a statewide misinformation campaign for “civil justice reform” in the upcoming legislative session.”
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

The Zimmerman Trial: Jury spoke correctly
“In this country those charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty. And it is difficult to see how the jury in the George Zimmerman case could have reached a decision other than the one it did. There was no way of concluding beyond a reasonable doubt that, based on the known facts, he was guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Guilty of grievously bad judgment? Yes. But murder? No.”
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

Family’s important no matter where you are
“While cultures and ideas about how life should be lived vary widely around the world, the important things that people have are remarkably consistent.”
Source: Albany Herald

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