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Freshman wins over public in Georgia governor’s race

Freshman wins over public in Georgia governor’s race

Royce Mann, Writer

August 27, 2018


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Satire Former Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams has received a lot of attention in her historic bid for Governor, but there is another candidate on the November ballot looking to make history: Grady Freshman Mason Lowell.  While Lowell may be four years shy of voting age, that has not...

School plans to build statue of Cookout milkshake

Lauren Van Atta

April 13, 2018


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Plans were announced last week to construct a new statue on the main Grady lawn on Charles Allen Drive. It came to the attention of the school administration that the grove has become somewhat of an eyesore for all pedestrians, with just the well-known pencil statue standing by its lonesome. Many ideas ...

Presidential nominee turned fugitive

The Southerner

January 23, 2017


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By Jack Hudson Satire For the next eight years, the man we all know and love, who won our hearts during the election, will be banning all muslims from this land, carrying out mass deportations of illegal immigrants and building a great wall along our southern border (It’s looking more like a big...

Exchange of power, just a picnic

The Southerner

November 17, 2016


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By Jack Hudson Satire Reporting from the White House Lawn... As all the great Presidents have done in the past, President Barack Obama hosted the President vs President Elect Family Picnic this past weekend. For those who are unfamiliar with the tradition, every time a new President is elect...

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