Editor, The postal service is closing the Savannah plant and distribution facility, and eventually there will be no more United States Postal Service.
Former speaker of the U.S. House Newt Gingrich was no doubt smarting after what appeared to be a sure win in Iowa a month ago morphed into a distant fourth-place finish when the caucus votes were counted, but he did hit the nail squarely on the head with a comment he made Wednesday.
The Christmas season is over, but you might have noticed that local motorists still are "decorating" our roads with holiday litter.
Sometimes I hear television described as the "great wasteland." I have even alluded to such myself. But I want to be fair on the subject. I think television can provoke thought which in turn stimulates the brain which can be a good thing.
This time last year, Josh and I started making some changes to our lifestyle to become healthier people. Little did we know that I'd become pregnant just weeks later and soon would discover that hot dogs and biscuits and gravy were the only things my new pregnant body would let me keep down - not the most healthful meal choices.
Riceboro has a nice brick city hall. Flemington has turned an old house into a quaint city hall. Ludowici has a city hall, and Hinesville has a brand-new three-story city hall. Even Mayor Pike in Mayberry R.F.D. had an office upstairs in the brick courthouse. Where is the Midway city hall? In - of all places - a shopping mall.
Fort Stewart officially confirmed recently that two battalions will deploy to Afghanistan this year in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The orders will affect approximately 1,500 troops and their families from the Marne Division.
Editor, The following is an open letter to Sens. Chambliss and Isakson:
It's a new year and with it comes the beginning of the 2012 legislative session. As many of us reflect back on the previous year and begin to think about our resolutions for the 2012, the Georgia General Assembly must focus its attention on the priorities for the coming session.
Editor, If the citizens of Ludowici want to sit around and not attend the meetings to find out what kind of city officials we have running our city government and what kind of tactics are being used and where the city money is going, then they deserve what they've got.
First my disclaimer: I am not and have never been connected with Parker gas station/convenience stores. I don't even know anyone who works in one of those stores.
Some readers think that I take delight in criticizing President Barack Obama. I don't. I would prefer to see a strong president leading our country, a president who understands how our country has succeeded for the past 200-plus years, a president who wants our country to advance economically, a president who does not apologize to the world for what America has accomplished, a president who understands the importance of a tough defensive position to protect our citizens, a president who understands the words, "We the People."
It is with a great deal of pleasure that I announce the Yarbrough Worldwide Media and Pest Control Company, located over a pool hall in Greater Garfield, has signed an exclusive contract with one of the nation's premier prognosticators, Plum Nelly Pitts, of Varnell, Ga.
Here's what we thought worked this week and what didn't:
Editor, When the worst disaster in the history of Turner County struck on the afternoon of Jan. 22, the immediate response was beyond anything we ...
Editor: For the life of me, I can't figure out the mentality of the protests going on. We finally get a president who wants ...
Editor: Why ask a question like that?
Editor: Since my letter to the editor, "Tax For Cop Salaries Doesn't Work For Him," in the Jan. 29 edition of the Courier, I ...