Of the many factors that contribute to a community’s quality of life, one that’s often under-appreciated is the local newspaper.
I have listened to about a week of nothing but negative criticism concerning the “false alann” that was heard in Hawaii.
For two years I worked as a ticket agent for Southeastern Stages and Greyhound while going to graduate school at the University of Georgia.
By Dr. William Holland I have the privilege of being a community chaplain and along with this opportunity to serve I see a lot of heartbreaking circumstances that many people do not see. Every year at the holiday season it’s difficult for me to be filled with excitement because I’m surrounded by those who are facing major problems and will not experience the same blessings that most of us enjoy. This past Christmas and Thanksgiving,...
It was just an old newspaper lying in a cardboard box waiting to be thrown away.