For most people, the Internet is a magical place.
It’s not an exaggeration to say Andrews and Murphy will never be the same again after the Nov. 7 general elections in both Cherokee County towns.
Observant readers of the Andrews Journal should have noticed a few changes in your local newspaper over the last month.
Once upon a new world, long before television and the Internet condensed campaigns into 10-seconds-or-less sound bites, debates are where most citizens got to know political candidates.
For a few people, annual dinner meetings are merely an obligation, something to be fulfilled if not necessarily appreciated. To some, they are simply a good excuse to have a good time.