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Chef shows healthy doesn’t have to taste bad

GREENSBORO, Ga. — Even though Chef Eric Fulkerson might be quick to admit he isn’t a doctor, he understands the need for eating healthy. A year ago, he weighed more than 300 pounds. Through better, healthier eating, he’s lost significant weight. Now, he’s bringing his lessons on how to eat well to his diners at Reynolds Plantation, even if that means pulling a fast one over on them. “Healthy is not bad; healthy is needed

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Governor: Lower threshold for a BUI in Georgia

ATLANTA — As thousands plan to take to the water this Fourth of July, Georgia officials are urging caution on the state’s waterways. At the same time, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal wants the state legislature to lower the blood alcohol limit for hunters and boaters to the same level for drivers. The state legislature won’t consider raising the blood alcohol limit for boaters and hunters until at least January, when it next reconvenes.

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Breaking down the ‘Town Too Tough to Die’

TOMBSTONE, Ariz. — It’s hard to describe Tombstone in a single word. “The Town Too Tough to Die” probably lies somewhere between historic re-creation of a southern Arizona mining town and a Hollywood movie that’s come to life on dusty western streets. Shootouts are a daily occurrence. Stage coaches offer visitors tours of the town. Cowboys and lawmen argue in the street while camera-wielding tourists snap pictures from the street’s boardwalks in front of old