How to fix the Georgia paper problem

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is a paper owned by the Georgia General Assembly.

The paper is owned by Georgia Public Broadcasting.

The Journal-Contimes, as the paper is called, began running the Georgia newspapers last October.

A local news station called The Star ran the newspaper, which ran the news that was widely covered by local media.

The newspaper ran a story about the death of a child that was covered by the paper.

This was an unusual story for the newspaper.

The child was reported missing by the parents of the deceased.

The parents did not want to press charges, and police did not go to the parents’ home.

But the newspaper’s staff decided to run the story anyway.

The Atlanta Journal is a small paper, so its circulation is pretty low.

Its circulation has been declining for years.

It ran the story on Feb. 16, but the paper was not notified of the story until Monday morning, and it ran the same story two days later.

A staff member who spoke on condition of anonymity told the AJC that the newspaper was told it was not going to run a story on the disappearance of the child.

“It was pretty shocking,” said the staff member, who did not wish to be identified.

The staff member said the story went viral and caused a stir on social media.

A few hours after the story ran, a tweet from the AJCC’s Twitter account read: “We are still waiting for our first story about our paper.

The story about missing Georgia toddler is still not coming.”

The tweet did not mention the AJEC’s website.

The AJCC was not immediately available for comment.

Some of the AJCE’s staff members and community members said they are concerned that the paper may be hiding the story.

“I think we should be aware that if you have a story like that in your paper, you should be willing to share it,” said staff member David Miller, who works for the AJCA.

“We have to keep an eye on the story and keep the community informed.”

The AJCE staff is part of a group of staff that has been trying to get a story published on the missing child.

They said they have received a lot of positive feedback about the story, but some staff members are not convinced it is appropriate for a local paper.

They also said they hope to get the story out in a way that allows the public to read it.

One of the staffers told the Atlanta Journal that they are not sure if they will be able to do that.

It is unclear how the story came to be published, but it was reported that the child was found in the Atlanta area on March 4, 2018.

A search was conducted that day.

The Atlanta-based police department did not immediately respond to a request for comment from ABC News.

An investigation into the disappearance has taken place since the child’s disappearance.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been working with police departments across the state.

The police department in Georgia did not respond to ABC News requests for comment on the AJE story.