Precision Krav Maga

MARIETTA, Ga.- A local Krav Maga school recently celebrated its first anniversary teaching martial arts in East Cobb.

Precision Krav Maga is owned and operated by attorney and martial artist Bill Pfeifer. Pfeifer practiced law for over 25 years and martial arts for over 35 years before deciding to open the school.


MARIETTA, Ga.- The Marietta Square was packed with families attending the Christmas in July event. The event was July 13, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and free for all to attend. The square was filled with tents, plastic lawn flamingos, and many costumed characters walking around to take photos with various people attending. Christmas in July is a companion event to the Square’s December event, Winter Wonderland, and is in celebration of a major donation to the Center for Family Planning Resources. (Photo by Cat Blanchard)


Shannon Markley had been a nursing major at Georgia College and State University for four and a half years when she witnessed a heroin overdose patient admitted to the hospital she was working at in Macon, Ga. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, heroin is an opioid made from morphine. Once they had him stabilized, she and the other nurses explained to him the dangers of opioid use, as the protocol said to do when dealing with an overdose patient. After he listened to their warnings about the effects from prolonged usage and the risk of death from…


Caring for her employees and her customers is something that comes second nature to Deidra Parker, the owner of Chloe’s Auto Repair. She began her career in restaurant hospitality. Then, when a friend invited her to interview for a job in his auto repair shop, she discovered her true talents in the auto repair industry. Parker said she had no experience working in auto repair but agreed to come in for an interview anyways. A woman came in during the interview and was very distraught because of her car troubles. The woman explained her vehicle’s issues to a man at…


For centuries, many different cultures around the world have had various superstitions and rituals surrounding the phenomenon of losing baby teeth. Early European traditions had people bury their child’s baby teeth, which they believed would prevent their child from having hardships later in life. Some Viking traditions involved carrying around baby teeth as a form of good luck in battle and during travels. Superstitions and rituals about baby teeth have been around for centuries. …


When does life begin? Many people believe that life begins at conception; others believe that life begins when an infant is viable outside the womb. According to the new Georgia Heartbeat Bill, it seems that the beginning of life is now defined as the moment a baby’s heartbeat is present.

In May of 2019, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed the Fetal Heartbeat Law, which will prevent women from having an abortion after the fetus has a detectable heartbeat. …


On the morning of July 11, 2019, President Donald Trump posted on Twitter that he would hold a conference on the citizenship and census question.

Despite the Supreme Court’s decision on not including the question of citizenship status on the 2020 census, The Washington Post is anticipating that President Trump will enact executive action to get the question on the census.

According to Kriston Capps, a writer for CityLab, 76% of Americans say that adding the citizenship question to the census is going to somewhat affect the numbers. Others believe that the purpose of the question is to deport…

Caitlyn Griffith

I am a Journalism graduate from Kennesaw State University.

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