Jan 13, 2013
A quiet New Year's at the farm
To copy Garrison Keillor, it was a quiet week at the Georgia farm. It's always quiet, and that's just fine with us.
The Red and Black
Raising Canes' popularity among students doesn't waver regardless of increasing growth
Many Univeristy students are familiar with Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers on Baxter Street - fewer may be familiar with the fact that Cane's now ranks eighth among the top 10 fastest growing restaurant chains in the U.S., according to Techonomic Inc.
James Randolph Warren
He was born in Tignall, Wilkes County, Georgia, the son of the late Francis Joseph "Frank" Warren Sr.
Woman's baking business takes off
After Kathryn and Reid Filipiak married in March, she left her job as a dietitian to try life as a housewife.
Korean War vets to be in parade
Sixty years ago Almond Standard was a young man serving on an aircraft carrier in the Sea of Japan, where he repaired and serviced military planes fighting in the Korean War.