Advocates for Latino immigrants say legal residents and U.S. citizens are avoiding care and treatment, fearing their information could be used to identify and deport relatives living in the country illegally.
In the latest 10 Questions video feature, Johnson volleyball player Grace Eidson discusses what it's like - good and bad - to be coached by her mother (Deb Eidson), why she wants to have the superpower of invisibility and tackles the hardest question of them all: what's her middle name.
Aside from some eye-popping stats as a senior softball player for the Vikings, Steffanie Redmon has a most-interesting answer to what super power she'd like to have and watches, at least in the context of today's television, some old-school shows. Check out the latest installment of 10 Questions to find out more about the Brenau commit and East Hall standout.
Former West Hall star tight end Hunter Atkinson went from being a once-promising prospect at the University of Georgia, to being out of the game. Thursday night, he'll begin his second year as a starting offensive lineman for Georgia State when the Panthers host Tennessee State. Going from boy to man, revered to ridiculed, tight end to offensive lineman wasn't easy, but with every lick, Atkinson managed to keep on ticking.
Among the nuggets of knowledge to be gained by watching 10 Questions with Bryan Mavis: What's the girliest thing Mavis has done with his two young daughters? How does he feel about pineapple on pizza? What is the former army brat's (his words) favorite childhood memory?
Katie B. took a right on Mt. Vernon Rd. Thursday and spent some time at North Hall High School to learn a thing or two about setter extraordinaire Lily Paschall, including what she finds most annoying (and, no, random questions weren't the answer).