Editor, On Thursday, our great nation honored all of our veterans with parades and ceremonies around the country. I hope everyone thanked them for their service to our country.
Editor, I am writing because I find it strange how people reacted after the death of Sheriff Don Martin when his wife Polly was appointed to finish his term until the special election.
Dear editor: Hospice Savannah's staff, leaders and volunteers would like to thank and honor all past veterans as well as those currently going into harm's way to protect our freedoms, liberty and security on this Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
Editor, After watching Amendment 2 go down in defeat on election night, I am not surprised. The government is asking us to do two things that we are surely uncomfortable doing.
Editor, I stayed up election night and watched the results of the national, state and local elections.
Editor, Puppies freezing to death on bare concrete floors. Rat-infested dog houses. One might think that happens "somewhere else," but you drive right by it every day.
Editor, The Platt/Kelly family wishes to express our gratitude to each of you in the community for your prayers, phone calls, visits, love and support during our time of loss.
Editor, After searching the web and talking and writing to as many candidates for sheriff that I can, I have come to the conclusion that none of these men are "well qualified" for the office of sheriff of Liberty County except insofar as having registered to run by the filing deadline.
Editor, There is an item of utmost importance to be decided on the Nov. 2 ballot. Amendment 2 proposes "Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to impose an annual $10 trauma charge on certain passenger motor vehicles in this state for the purpose of funding trauma care?"
Editor, As an elected official for Commission District 5, I would like to thank the community for coming out in support of the Platt family by attending last Wednesday's prayer vigil.
Editor, Here is the oath of office as it is stated in the 1923 charter of Ludowici, Ga.:
Editor, The Coastal Courier published a "letter to the editor" by Mr. Leon D. Stearns of Hinesville in the Oct. 13 edition. After reading, "City council needs to straighten out votes," I want to write a letter stating the facts. More importantly, I want to educate readers about the council vote and how to get accurate information about council meetings.
Editor, Most researchers of autism believe that improper development of the mirror neuron system is the cause. There is no agreement on what causes the disruption of the development. The mirror neuron system is the part of the brain that learns to recognize and repeat facial expressions, body language and vocal tones. It's how all of our social interaction takes place.
Editor, The following is an open letter to new Hinesville City Councilman Jason Floyd:
The 150th anniversary of the Civil War begins in 2011, and already there has been criticism by some that Georgia is "a day late and a dollar short" when it comes to promoting it. The fact is, in the midst of a fiscal crisis, the state is making wise and timely use of limited funding to develop a unique CW150 program that will draw visitors from around the world to Georgia.