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Today's Opinions

  • Letter to the editor 11/04/2010

  • Contemplations

            I am listing these "10 unpleasant facts," as they were called in the Oct. 25, 2010, issue of the Wall Street Journal because someone shared them with me and I want to share it with our readers. There is a lot of work to be done in the black community. These facts won't go away by wishing them away or pretending they're not true. Ask any teacher, social worker, judge or law enforcement officer in our county and find out for yourself. This is disturbing/

  • Along Twin Ponds Road

    Reading a book about a place I am about to visit or spend some time has been one of my greatest thrills in life.† If its a good reading experience you become more excited and thrilled with the idea of finally arriving at your new destination, especially if its a long dreamed about vacation spot or a new home in more pleasant surroundings.

  • Letter to the Editor

    Editor,

    We may be a small town but we have Big Art and Big Music. I get excited about every opening at the Gadsden Art Center and every new musical at the Leaf Theatre.

    The Music Man will open on Friday the 15th and I will be volunteering for the first time. I am giddy.

  • Our View

  • 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,