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    1. Voters go to polls Tuesday

      Pickens County ProgressMay 18 07:07 AM

      Early voting turnout slows     Although it got off to a hot start, the elections office reported late Tuesday that those choosing to cast ballots early had slowed drastically for the May 24th Primary.     Friday will be the last day to cast your ballot early before voters here and across Georgia head to the polls, next Tuesday.

    2. A look at intelligence briefings for presidential candidates

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 31 01:21 AM

      WASHINGTON (AP) — President Harry S. Truman, who became president on April 12, 1945, upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, didn't learn about the Manhattan Project to develop an atomic bomb until his 12th day in office. Vowing never to leave another president uninformed, Truman began the practice of giving presidential nominees intelligence briefings to prepare them for the demands of the job...

    3. Truman began intelligencer briefings to prepare presidential nominees for the unforeseen

    4. Peace, love and art cars June 11

      Pickens County ProgressMay 31 07:22 AM

      Antiques & Art Car Artist Market Saturday, June 11     Why let boring happen to your car when art can happen to it?     Why go with a standard one-tone paint job when you can paint an eccentric, brightly colored mural and attach flamboyant items to the hood, roof and bumper? 

    5. The NFL is a passing league, so it's only fitting that quarterbacks will be front and center Thursday for the opening round of the draft in Chicago. California's Jared Goff is likely to go first to the Rams, followed by North Dakota State's Carson Wentz to the Philadelphia Eagles. But it won't...

    6. In the shadowy atmosphere of a downtown Athens coffee shop, Mike Boyd took a sip of his black coffee before offering an explanation on why he will soon take his Harley-Davidson motorcycle on a solo ride across the United States. “I’m always looking for an adventure,” the retired helicopter pilot said with a slight grin. He turns 68 next month. Boyd — as if in the words of 1960s rock icon ...

    7. In the shadowy atmosphere of a downtown Athens coffee shop, Mike Boyd took a sip of his black coffee before offering an explanation on why he will soon take his Harley-Davidson motorcycle on a solo ride across the United States. “I’m always looking for an adventure,” the retired helicopter pilot said with a slight grin. He turns 68 next month. Boyd — as if in the words of 1960s rock icon ...

    8. Chamique Holdsclaw is in a new documentary.              

    9. The party crashers: Why Trump-inspired Americans overthrew the GOP

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsMay 07 12:14 PM

      Danny Forsyth, who's selling a $750 dune buggy at a flea market on Saturday, takes a moment to savor his role in one of the greatest political upsets in US history: the bucking of the GOP establishment in Washington via the presidential nomination of an unapologetic Queens billionaire. Mr. Forsyth is one of at least 20 million and counting party-crashers – many who never or rarely vote – who ...

    10. 'The Voice' recap: 'Live Finale, Part 1'

      Entertainment WeeklyMay 23 09:31 PM

      Hearts, consider yourselves sung out by all four of these contestants tonight

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