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Today's Opinions

  • Country Common Sense

    September 30, 2010

    To: America
    From: Dick (Cowboy) Locke

    Reference: Drug Testing

  • Contemplations

       There is so much going on downtown Quincy that it would be a shame to miss it. First, I think that the community owes CRA/MainStreet Director Charles Hayes a pat on the back for the work he has put into bringing people downtown. Now we have regulars from Tallahassee and other areas joining our citizens to enjoy music. fun and fellowship.

  • Along Twin Ponds Road

    No, Joan, please tell that nice grandmother friend of yours that I
    really don’t want to take on tutoring her grandchild. I like helping
    out the kids here at LBJ, and I’m finding more and more
    that they really need me.”
    I had been volunteering out at the LBJ CCC camp in Franklin,

  • Contemplations

       I am so sick of this year's crop of political candidates. I am sick of the nasty, mean-spirited television commercials I grab the remote control as soon as one comes on. I try my very best to dodge them or at least hit the mute button as quickly as possible.

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor,

  • Our View: Power companies pulling the strings

    In denying reappointment interviews to two members to the Florida Public Service Commission, the PSC Nominating Council proves just how questionable the relationship between utilities and the entity that regulates it is.eeeeJust ask Nancy Argenziano: “This is a very dysfunctional and corrupt system,” said the PSC chairwoman, who is being shown the door in January at the end of her four-year term.

  • Letters to the Editor: May 20 Edition

    City officials need to step up and do something

    I have lived in Quincy all of my life and up until a few years ago, I have loved living here. We have some very noisy neighbors that have moved in and set up a dance hall across from Kelly’s Jr. No. 9.

    Every weekend this so-called music is so loud you can’t sleep. This goes on until 2:30 and 3 a.m. I have called the police every weekend. Sometimes they might come out, but most of the time they don’t.

  • Letters to the Editor: May 13 Edition

    Commissioner speaks against allegations

    I read the April 22 paid advertisement that Dr. Sterling Watson submitted to your newspaper announcing his candidacy for the District 2 County Commission seat.  As a current member of the Gadsden County Board of Commissioners (to whom he referred several times) I feel obligated to respond.