Henry County boasts plethora of events
Live your life for an audience of One.
When I was 15 and insufferable and newly infatuated with Carrie Bradshaw, I thought it was preposterous to go anywhere alone.
It is high time for our county commissioners, city council members, the board of education, water authorities, our state representatives and senators and all public officials to take a hard look at government transparency.
Congratulations to Henry County’s STAR students.
As the United States Congress faces yet another fiscal crisis of its own making, citizens are left wondering why the people they put in office spend more time fighting than legislating.
Public officials probably spend too much time thinking about how to get the media on their side.
Satan is the master of making the good look bad and the bad look good.
The standing practice of city and county government of holding out-of-town retreats is not illegal.
Board of Commissioners Chairman Tommy Smith wants local people making local decisions about local issues.
No state in the Union can boast an African-American history more rich and influential than the state of Georgia.
Salvation is more than just a "get out of hell free" card.
Mother Nature put a stake through the hearts of Golden Eagles everywhere on Sunday, when a tornado tore across Hattiesburg, Miss., and part of our beloved university’s campus and the surrounding area.
The end does not justify the means.
Typically voter turnout in municipal elections is low.
Letters to the Editor
- Abandon the hypocrite's creed - Gabriel Stovall
- Critics should proudly identify themselves 4 comments
- SPLOST — wants vs. needs 1 comment
- Use a little common sense
- Meaning of Memorial Day should not be lost
- Even good officials should be scrutinized 1 comment
- No place for campaigning at city, county meetings
- What happens before the meeting?
- Teachers appreciated
- Who cares what they make? 1 comment