COLUMBUS, GA - Congressman Sanford Bishop calls it "the sword" once poised over a special congressional budget "super committee" charged with cutting $1.2 trillion in federal discretionary spending.
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CAMILLA, GA - Mitchell County Middle School held their annual Black History program Thursday morning. Their theme for this year's assembly was "A Tribute to Motown."
Students performed old Motown music and songs, paying tribute to greats like Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 - Congressmen Rick Crawford (R-Ark.) and Sanford Bishop (D-Ga.) announced that they have co-founded the bipartisan Congressional Chicken Caucus. The Chicken Caucus will educate members of Congress and their staffs on the concerns and benefits of the U.S. chicken industry.
Poultry state House members announced on Jan. 26 that they are forming a new Congressional Chicken Caucus, which will take aim at informing their colleagues about the importance and concerns of the U.S. chicken industry. The new caucus will be co-chaired by Reps. Rick Crawford, (R., Ark.) and Sanford Bishop, (D., Ga.).
ATLANTA (AP) — U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop has co-founded a caucus in Congress dedicated to poultry issues.
U.S. Congressmen from Central Georgia Sanford Bishop, a Democrat, and Austin Scott, a Republican, weighed in after President Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night.
Bishop focused on the key points of the President's plan to stimulate the economy.
There’s an Army general and a U.S. congressman on Georgia Trend’s annual list of “100 Most Influential Georgians.”
There’s also a university president, a company recruiter and two CEOs from the insurance and banking worlds.
The thread that runs through that diverse group is that they all are from Columbus, some having lived here for decades, others for just a few years.
NORCROSS, Ga. -- Georgia Trend, the self-described "magazine of Georgia business, politics and economic development" has named six from the Columbus area among its "Georgia Power List."