Government cannot restrict free speech.
Traditionally, this weekend, there would be local events commemorating the life, the words and, most importantly, the dream of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Buddy Carter, Drew Ferguson, Austin Scott, Andrew Clyde, Jody Hice, Barry Loudermilk, Rick Allen and Marjorie Greene need to clearly decide where their loyalties lie in this moment.
The Valdosta Daily Times wants to take a moment to thank you, our readers, for donating money, contributing toys through the Outback Riders Toy Ride and more to the 2020 Empty Stocking Fund campaign.
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.
My youngest daughter and son-in-law will celebrate their 13th wedding anniversary next year. The time just seems right to let them know how much they mean to me and the blessings they’ve brought to my life.
At a time when most folks are reading the story of a young family turned away from an inn, a story in which a baby is born in a humble manger, many of us would like to think we would have given that family a safe place to stay, a comfortable place to rest, a crib for that small child.
We commend Deb Cox, her staff at the Lowndes County elections office and all the poll workers across our county who worked tirelessly to execute and safeguard the election.
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