Valdosta Daily Times

What We Think

What We Think
  • Military jobs: Return the favor

    Whether registered or not for one of two related job fairs this week, area employers may want to consider Moody Air Force Base personnel to fill job openings.

    July 5, 2014

  • Thumbs up

    THUMBS UP: To arriving 23rd Medical Group commander Col. Peter G. Breed and departing commander Col. Paul R. Gardetto. This week, during a change of command ceremony, Breed assumed command in a return to Moody Air Force Base, while Gardetto retired after nearly 30 years in the Air Force.

    July 4, 2014

  • Freedom’s promise

    In retrospect, it is easy to forget that the approval of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, was a revolutionary act.

    July 4, 2014

  • Index rates Valdosta litter

    Each year, Keep Lowndes/Valdosta Beautiful issues a Litter Index intended to gauge the amount of litter in the city and county.

    July 3, 2014

  • July 4: Freedom and safety

    With the Fourth of July on Friday, this will be a long weekend for many people.

    July 2, 2014

  • Do you know the law of the land?

    Ignorance of the law is no excuse, according to the old saying.

    July 1, 2014

  • PSST! in full summer swing

    With the opening of “42nd Street” this past weekend, Peach State Summer Theatre is in full swing. All three of the 2014 season shows are playing.

    June 29, 2014

  • Runoff: Each vote counts

    Come Monday, advanced voting begins for the July 22 primary/special election runoff race.

    June 29, 2014

  • Making a House of Heroes

    Facing World War II veterans and the dozens of South Georgia teenagers gathered to help them last year, Pastor Wayne Anthony challenged the young volunteers to imagine the aging men 70 years earlier when they were as young as many of the teens sitting in the Lake Park United Methodist Church.

    June 29, 2014

  • Thumbs Up

    THUMBS UP: To Courtney Albritton. The Valdosta State University softball player won the Gulf South Conference Commissioner’s Trophy. Albritton was selected from a group of six outstanding female GSC athletes and presented with the honor at the GSC Awards Banquet in Pensacola, Fla., this week. Of all of the awards given out by the Gulf South Conference, the Commissioner’s Trophy is the most prestigious. The award represents the highest honor that the conference can bestow on a student-athlete and recognizes the top male and female student-athletes in the league for not only their athletic prowess, but also their accomplishments in the classroom and the
    community. Albritton follows in the footsteps of her former teammate Morgan Johnson, who won the award in both 2012 and 2013.

    June 27, 2014

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School starts again in about two weeks. What do you think?

It's still summer. School starts too soon.
Seems like the right time to return.
Abolish summer recess. Make school year-round.
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