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by Nick posted Mar 26 2015 2:05PM
This hotel in PCB knows just how to do it! Check this out!!!
by Nick posted Mar 26 2015 10:43AM
Thomas Rhett has brand spankin' new country coming out soon! He's been givinh his fans a preview on his Instagram Check the new jamz out here!!!

New jamzzzzz #crashandburn

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by Nick posted Mar 26 2015 9:47AM
Next time you see Miranda Lambert, we dare you to ask about Blake Shelton's man-boobs, which he lovingly calls "moobs" for short. Blake's rack didn't make a cameo in a new behind-the-scenes clip for the ACM Awards with the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders -- thank goodness. But Blake jokes his moobs made him feel a little self-conscious around the squad.
Luke and Blake co-host the ACMs live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on April 19th on CBS.
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by Nick posted Mar 26 2015 9:26AM

The upcoming nuptials between Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and fiancée Hayley Stommel won't be a huge secret. The happy couple have been pretty open about sharing wedding details and recently they revealed they're planning a small destination wedding inviting only family and close friends.

But don't worry -- Tyler and Hayley hope to keep followers on social media updated on their big day so there's no fear of missing out.

FGL just released their new "Sippin' On Fire" music video. Check it out below!

by Wild Bill posted Mar 20 2015 5:31PM

According to Morris News service:

"The Georgia Senate narrowly passed its version of a transportation funding bill.

Both will now head to conference committees that will negotiate differences with the House in the days before the April 2 adjournment.

Here is how local senators voted on the transportation funding bill that passed Friday 29-25:

Ben Watson, R-Savannah Y

Lester Jackson, D-Savannah N

William Ligon, R-Brunswick N

Jack Hill, R-Reidsville Y

Tyler Harper, R-Ocilla Y

Tommie Williams, R-Lyons Y

Harold Jones, D-Augusta N

Jesse Stone, R-Waynesboro Excused

Bill Jackson, R-Appling Excused

Bill Cowsert, R-Athens Y

Frank Ginn, R-Danielsville Y

by Nick posted Mar 20 2015 9:41AM
Thomas Rhett might be a pirate after his fun Key West adventure with his wife Lauren. They beached, they fished, they ate … Thomas sipped from a skull. But most importantly, Lauren caught a shark! Thomas has new music ready for fans! He just tweeted preview of his new single "Crash and Burn."

Lemon sharks on the reg @patagonia_flyfish @brandoncyrkw @laur_akins

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by Wild Bill posted Mar 17 2015 4:56PM
Enjoy St. Patrick's day, but also celebrate the man who evangelized Ireland and put Christ above everything: http://tinyurl.com/kevy9jo
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by Nick posted Mar 17 2015 11:11AM
Cole Swindell pays awesome tribute to American hero and friend Kyle Davis in his latest video for 'You Ain't Worth The Whiskey'.

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by Wild Bill posted Mar 13 2015 12:27PM

A bill that would boost the state gasoline tax to 29.2 cents per gallon and remove all local sales taxes on gasoline is unlikely to get the support of Sen. William Ligon, St. Simons Island.

Ligon supports the stand taken by Glynn County's delegates in the Georgia House of Representatives and indicates he will likely follow suit if the legislation stays intact.

Reps. Alex Atwood, R-St. Simons Island, and Jeff Jones, R-St. Simons Island, voted against the proposed measure.

Despite opposition, the legislation passed in the House March 5 and now heads for the Senate.

"I support (Atwood and Jones') vote on the current structure of the bill," Ligon said. "I suspect that there may be significant revisions to the bill."

The vote by the House delegation is in line with resolutions passed by the Glynn County Commission, Glynn County Board of Education and Brunswick City Commission. All decried the loss of local sales tax dollars if the bill gets through the General Assembly in its current form and is signed by Gov. Nathan Deal, who favors it.

In Glynn County local government is collecting 2 cents for every dollar spent on gasoline — 1 cent for Local Option Sales Tax and 1 cent for Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for Education. That would disappear from gas sales if the state tax becomes law.

Rep. Jones didn't like what the bill would do.

"In my view, the transportation bill, as passed, is bad for Georgia taxpayers, bad for Georgia consumers, bad for our local communities and bad for our local school system," he wrote to his constituents. "It is purely and simply a tax increase of major proportions."

Also voting against the state gasoline tax was Rep. Jason Spencer, R-Woodbine, who rejected it for the same reasons as everyone else.

"This accounts for a an approximate net tax increase," Spencer said. "According to analysis by the Georgia State University Fiscal Research Center, the bill is an estimated tax increase of $703 million in FY 2016 (low end) to a high of $1 billion in 2020.

"I made a covenant with my voters that I would not raise their taxes. A promise should mean something, and I kept my promise."

Raising the tax at the pump would create problems for local governments.

"Should this bill become law, then my local governments would be forced to raise local taxes," Spencer said. "Camden County just raised property taxes. Enough is enough for my people."

Rep. Atwood opposed it for similar reasons.

"Although I certainly recognize and appreciate the importance of sufficient and adequate transportation funding for our state, I could not in good conscience vote for HB 170, as it remains a significant gas tax increase, placing an unfair burden on the citizens I represent as well as the local governing authorities of my district," Atwood told The News last week.

"As currently written, this legislation also does not, in my opinion, adequately address the global cause and effect of our current transportation funding issues, nor does it properly consider the myriad of transportation reforms that are producing truly positive results in states such as Texas."

— The Brunswick News
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