Sunday editions of The Valdosta Daily Times offered readers an extensive list of shows, exhibits, concerts and more for the upcoming arts seasons in Valdosta-Lowndes County.
I had high hopes for Wikipedia. Having grown up with the Encyclopedia Britannica, I knew that its articles combined a fulsome array of factoids -- at least, those accepted in the historical moment in which its entries were written -- with a literary flair that gave the reader a three-dimensi…
Everyone has an opinion about the president or the governor, but the elected official whose decisions can influence your life more profoundly is your mayor, city council member or school board member.
Valdosta Daily Times editors Jim Zachary and Dean Poling celebrate a new industry coming to town but talk candidly about how city and county leaders must start working together to incubate a better climate for industrial recruitment. Watch this installment of our video editorial series.
The Valdosta Daily Times Steve and Cokie Roberts Times article, “Bring refugees, sanctuary seekers here,” is credulous, deficient in informed judgment, naive. There are hundreds of millions of people wanting to get into the USA seeking asylum. How would that work out?
Some people say President Trump is arrogant, his tweets are atrocious, he insults and offends anyone who disagrees with him. He’s called a narcissist; but if so, fortunately he is a narcissist for America.
A humble carpenter’s son warned us that “a house divided against itself cannot stand.” In an era of deep division within our country, we need some unifying perspective. Two family writings may provide this perspective.
In Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” a vanity cursed emperor is conned by a pair of weavers who convince him that they can clothe him in a magical cloth that can only be seen by those who are worthy of their position in life or are otherwise competent and not daft.
Recently, members of the Alpha Company Georgia Army National Guard met at Ole Times Restaurant in Valdosta. We thank God we were able to come together to talk and fellowship with each other. We have talked about coming together for some time now.
The months of the Jewish year are called in the Torah by number only (the first month, second month, etc.) Over time, during the exile, the months assumed the names given to them by host cultures and thus “Jewish” months as we know them today are actually Babylonian in origin. These names we…
The Valdosta Daily Times Jim Zachary’s Times article, July 21, about being called a racist, is fair enough, but racist calling thrown around like a political football is being beyond the pale.
While more organizations seem to distribute book bags, notebooks, paper, pencils and other school items to students in need, Teachers Harvest prepares to help teachers meet needs from the start of school throughout the academic year.
What do you think of the Performing Arts Committee recommendation that the city should buy the old Valdosta High School Performing Arts Center to replace Mathis City Auditorium?
The PAC recently recommended the city purchase the old VHS Performing Arts Center to replace Mathis City Auditorium. Do you agree with this recommendation?
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