Another shooting during the weekend is a stark reminder of how dangerous the streets can be.
Reading the headline to Dick Yarbrough’s column Saturday morning, I thought the statewide columnist must have spent Christmas in Valdosta 24 years ago.
Anybody who wants good information on “facts” should listen to Mark Levin, Judge Jeanine Piro and others who know the law and the U.S. Constitution on Fox News.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s whistle stop tour across Georgia to talk to local leaders about new voting machines is the right thing to do.
During this holiday season while many of us are enjoying time with family and friends, days off from work and holiday festivities, the men and women who serve and protect us are hard at work.
Lowndes High School students are getting a lesson in life thanks to a personal finance class currently being taught on campus. The class is a product of Dave Ramsey, who began Ramsey Education after seeing a need for adults to have a better understanding of finances. Many felt they would hav…
A Crutch? 2 Corinthians 4: 8-15. We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed. Perplexed but not despaired. 2 Corinthians 4:8. These believers were not looking for a crutch. They had something deep and essential in their hearts.
Donald Lambro speculates too early about the 2020 presidential election, in his article, Nov. 12, in The Valdosta Daily Times. The Democrats don’t have a nominee yet and about all they have to offer is socialism, nothing good for the economy and Americans.
I’m thinking this is the first time I have felt the need to write a letter to the editor. I was triggered by the front-page story, “Human error blamed for voting failures.”
Alongside traffic and coffee, news radio is a staple of my morning commute. As I flip through the stations, I’ll sometimes hear a pundit lament that “Nothing is made in America anymore.”
I am confused and disturbed about the last election for mayor and at-large city council seats. Although one of the candidates for mayor received more than 500 more votes than the next candidate, there has to be a runoff, and the runoff will cost taxpayers more money.
South Georgia Medical Center issued a warning this week that should be heeded any time of year but especially during the hectic, often stressful holiday season.
When state legislators hold a hearing in Valdosta Tuesday to hear voters’ thoughts on legalizing casinos, community members should let them know the importance of protecting local arts and culture venues throughout Georgia if this legislation moves forward.
Yes, Mr. Rose, racism is still alive and well! Thanks to you and those whom you have been able to influence. You are so hungry for attention that you apparently are willing to take most any viewpoint that you feel will keep your name in the news.
Donald Lambro’s article in The Valdosta Daily Times, Oct. 23, takes more stock, confidence in the whistle blower hearsay than the transcript of the phone call which speaks for itself. Hearsay isn’t fact.
On page 3A of The Valdosta Daily Times, Oct. 25, the indignation of MSNBC and Terry Richards about President Trump using the Lynch metaphor is not fair and balanced because in 1998, several Democrats, caught on video, used the lynch metaphor during the Clinton impeachment, including Joe Bide…
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