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Georgia Supreme Court rules against Cuthbert woman in death benefits claim September 22, 2014
Dear Herald, Please learn how to spell jeopardy.
Good idea on the launch for canoes and kayaks. Hopefully some maps about where they will be located as well as maps for where to take out will be published. Like other posters have indicated, you need to be able to get out of the river safely once you're on it.
No one on the AH staff can spell. Maybe they can have someone in Tallahassee spell check it for them or just hire a 10 yr old kid with half a brain. AH, if someone brings up a mistake, own up to it and fix it. Don't make yourself look worse by leaving it out there for others to see. This is funny considering the ad on the home page about getting kids to read the paper. Why would I want my kids to learn how to misspell words?
Almost two days later and they still haven't corrected their mistake. Have some pride Herald and fix what is wrong with your article. Is there an editor in the house?
You've never seen a plant just start growing without any human interaction? Have you been to a wooded area before? Ever had to "weed" your flower beds?
The fact he was a teacher THIS school year is reason enough for the Herald to include it in the article. They aren't smearing the DCSS only reporting the truth. If he was a former cop that resigned 3 months ago would you say the same thing?
Commit to the "G".
Yes, this is a very confusing article and doesn't explain everything very well.
Daffodil Club members is working at Chehaw in their garden plot, adding to the 300 daffodil bulbs blooming.
I told them it was worth 8,000 years of what they were getting in rent at the time ($5 a year).
Come on AH, where is your proofreader? Do you guys ever read what you write?
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