Thanks for letter
“Thank you, Lonza Seadrow for your opinion on Things we hear in silence. It was just what I needed for this day.”
“I own guns, too. I hunt. But, the Second Amendment wasn't intended for hunters. It was intended for protection from a tyrannical government.”
“Now Thomas Sowell, who dislikes everything and everybody, thinks our teachers are conspiring to subvert their students against traditional American values. I thought this guy was supposed to be some sort of economics expert. What, pray tell, do such weird opinions have to do with economics? It sounds like paranoia to me.”
Keep conversation in
the break room
“Dear people who work in retail stores, nobody wants to hear your daily life conversations with the next teller/cashier. Please keep your conversations to the break room or after work. I'm here to shop, not listen to your life stories or how much your co-workers stink. Thanks.”
Thanks for letter
- Rants & Raves - December 13
Our Opinion: Hoop jumping is for the birds
We received some information about recent conversations concerning Colony Bank’s efforts to purchase the property on Central Avenue where the old ice house is located. The plan is to turn the building into a new bank location, while maintaining the integrity of the original building, and keeping in mind the historic value of it.
- Letter to the Editor – Thanks to all for the help for Hometown Holidays
- Rants & Raves - December 12
It’s the little things that we remember
I saw this in the local newspaper when I lived in Bend, Ore. I hung on to it, and I just had to share...
Letter to the Editor – Shop local this holiday season
With only a few shopping days remaining until Christmas, I encourage each Tiftonite to take advantage of the wonderful shops and small business retail stores here in our own backyard.
- Rants & Raves - December 11
Letter to the Editor – Visitor lauds LEOs,EMTs
On Saturday morning, I was driving my truck pulling a motorcycle trailer following the Freedom Seekers annual Toy Ride in Tifton. All of us (more than 100) were excited about the large turnout to make many underprivileged children have a joyous Christmas.
Letter to the Editor – Sign more of a distraction
It was my pleasure to visit your lovely city recently. Obviously, a number of your citizens care greatly about maintaining your fine architecture, shops and streetscapes. What's more, the cultural arts seem to be alive and thriving!
- Rants & Raves - December 10
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