LETTER TO THE EDITOR: If a motorist has violated a law, he or she should be ticketed
If you are going to operate a motor vehicle on Georgia roads, obey the rules and you won’t be inconvenienced.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: An armed person has a chance to defend himself
If all organizations are going to ban weapons for lawful law-abiding citizens, then they should bear the brunt of any and all consequences from any harm caused by those who don’t bother to obey the law.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sherwood Christian Academy joins GICAA league
While the GICAA offers a high level of competition in sports and academics, we will not lose focus on our main purpose; providing an atmosphere that allows young students to grow into responsible adults.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: While taking care of other groups, the federal government unfairly penalizes notch babies
Congress owes it to those who were born in the notch baby period to ensure they are fairly treated.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: An Albany group meets monthly to support those suffering from loss
Survivors of Suicide meets at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Jail alone will not correct the problems with young criminals
Corporal punishment is a deterrent to crime.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Those who question God are the ones who are arrogant
if God doesn’t exist, there is no heaven, so if someone doesn’t believe in God, they shouldn’t be upset with any perceived unfairness in rules for getting there.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR; The Olympic great received more recognition elsewhere than in her hometown
The death of Alice Coachman Davis should have been a time for the Albany community to collectively reflect on the positive image that she projected around the world.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Life savings are wrapped up in Seasons Christian residence
A decision is expected Tuesday on whether the bid for Seasons Christian Retirement Center will be accepted.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Taxpyers should not foot the bill for lunches for everyone
better home life is needed to turn things around in America. K
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: High fuel costs impact blue-collar workers the most
Not being able to afford fuel has many people vacationing at home.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Will it take an injury to a well-known person to spark action?
It may take a wreck involving a high-profile individual before needed action is taken at a dangerous interection north of Albany on U.S. Highway 82.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Better technology could help students improve performance
With the exposure kids today have to technology, the Dougherty County School System’s technology initiative could be a step in the right direction.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Legal Services Program provides service to those outside Atlanta who canot afford a lawyer
GLSP earned national recognition for implementing innovative strategies to meet recession-driven legal needs in the face of a 20 percent cut in its budget.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Tybee Island takes conservative approach to beach wear
Tybee Island won’t give up its jurisdiction over its beaches.
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- Thumbs Up! Aug. 4, 2014
- The problem with the federal government is user error
- Thumbs Up! July 28, 2014
- Dougherty School System technology initiative a good investment
- LORAN SMITH: Necessity is the mother of re-invention
- RONDA RICH: She's out of control
- CARLTON FLETCHER: Pop (music) tarts have broad (backside) appeal
- TOM PURCELL: It's good to have to get things done
- E.J. DIONNE: Obamacare beyond the label
- MICHAEL GERSON: President Obama a rhetorical observer on Iraq, Syria
- JOE GANDELMAN: Are we really teed off about President Obama's golfing?
- DOUG PORTER: Bogart the camel a hit in Macon
- CYNTHIA TUCKER: Hillary Clinton's hawkishness may be her undoing
- MARY BRASWELL: Looking Back Aug. 24, 2014