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THUMBS UP: To the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts for a fun and rollicking presentation of the internationally touring musical “The Addams Family.” A few different twists (and fingersnaps) for a family familiar to generations.
Missing sex offenders
When a 7-year-old girl was abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered by a known sex offender who had moved across the street from the child’s family in New Jersey, the family fought back against the system. Their crusade led to a number of strict sex offender laws, dubbed Megan's Law in remembrance of the young child, across the country.
Presenter Series: An ‘Addams Family tradition
Tonight, in seeing the internationally touring, professional production of “The Addams Family” musical, many audience members will continue a long family tradition: Attending the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts Presenter Series shows.
Good luck in the playoffs
Seems like it just got started but, already, the regular season of high school football has come and gone as we enter playoffs this weekend.
The United States has been left largely unscathed by major storms this year. Not since Sandy left a path of destruction in the northeast has a tropical storm or hurricane struck our shorelines. But elsewhere, halfway across the world, devastation of almost unbelievable proportions has crippled the Philippines.
Thank you, veterans
Our military veterans have defended our rights throughout the distant past of our nation’s history to the battles that are as fresh as today’s headlines. Our veterans have stood at the vanguard to protect American lives, to preserve our American ways of life.
Returning Hearts in prison
In today’s editions of The Valdosta Daily Times, readers should find a story about a group of Valdosta State Prison inmates who earned a fun day with their children.
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THUMBS UP: To the newly elected and reelected
officials as well as all candidates who entered the race this past Election Day. For the winners, we wish you success. For if your public service is successful, the entire community should benefit. For the other candidates, thank you for your efforts and sacrifices.
Heart Walk: First steps to a better life
It is a walk that not only raises awareness, not only raises funds, but also pushes people toward taking the first literal steps in living a better life.
The people passed SPLOST
Voters approved SPLOST VII by a pretty wide margin on Tuesday night, ensuring that the 1 percent sales tax will continue to be collected for another six years.
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