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The diversity of scams
Seems folks wouldn’t need any more warnings about phone, email or Internet scams.
Agri-tourism: Growing the future
It only makes sense. So much sense, it’s surprising South Georgia hasn’t taken advantage of it more fully in the past.
A salute to military service, community service
Each month, throughout 2013, The Times has focused on a different subject through our All About You features. One month focused on the arts, another on the medical community, etc.
More options increase students’ chances
Reaching children at a critical age is essential to their success, not only in education, but in life.
What We Think: Everyone can Make a Difference
It takes volunteers to make a difference. This coming weekend, Valdosta and Lowndes County residents are expected to spend the day making a difference in the life of their community.
What We Think: Make informed vote in elections
As of late last week, several hundred citizens had taken advantage of early voting for municipal elections in Lowndes County.
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
THUMBS UP: To Valdosta State University for winning the prestigious American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ Christa McAuliffe Excellence in Teacher Education Award for the second time in 10 years.
All of the citizens of Lowndes County are county residents, regardless of the city in which they reside. All partake of the many services that are mandated, by the state, that all counties must provide.
A weekend of events
Some weekends seem busier than weekdays ... in a good way though.
Fire safety: Winter’s Coming
Recent drops in the temperature have been a welcome change from the South Georgia heat and humidity of summer.
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