Last week, Georgia was hit with one of the worst storms to hit the state in several years. Not only did it destroy homes and displace people, it also ripped
Editor, Jones County News, Re: Gordon Street RR Crossing. Norfolk Southern RR, a private company, their money, and their buddies at DOT. Reading the opinions of Mr. Miller, Norfolk Southern’s
For the Past 36 years Jones County Department of Fire Rescue / EMA has sponsored an Annual Photo Fund Raising Program to help purchase equipment for our Fire Department and
When looking at all of the issues facing our community, our state, our nation — recycling may not seem like a top issue. In fact, recycling has become more difficult
The steam of a Mississippi Delta morning was starting to take hold as I sat under a magnolia tree in front of the grand, old courthouse in Greenwood. Fifteen yards
Editor’s note: this editorial appeared in the Sept. 29 edition of Savannah Morning News. Voters won’t find an item labeled “no-confidence in the federal government” on their election ballot this
When Hurricane Irma unleashed her callousness on the Rondarosa, it was hard to see the trees, decades old, fall. “You can plant more trees,” folks said. “But you don’t understand.
Last week’s sheriff’s salute set aside all of the issues that have swirled around the national media about race relations and law enforcement to focus on one color – blue.
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