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Youths getting mixed messages on climate ‘disaster’

I watched in amazement as the freshman Congresswoman (person?) Cortez publicly announced the Green New Deal. She clearly stated that we had 12 years...

College should be about the best fit

As a parent I can relate and agree with those wanting only the best for their children. But at what cost? Is there really...

Calistoa doesn’t fit PTC’s village plan

Calistoa? I think I’ve seen this idea before with a different name, “Frozen.” Let me put my frustration about this development in a verse...

Send Aberdeen plan back to developers

Dear planning commissioners, thank you for serving as volunteers for the betterment of our community. My note is prompted by the March 6 article in...

Parking deck next to Piedmont Fayette Hospital is long overdue

As per the recent article on Piedmont Fayette expanding with the addition of a 5-story wing: Piedmont, build a 5-level parking deck with it at...

Why statewide dyslexia testing in pre-K is wrong

I am now going to explain why it is harmful to tell a child and a child’s parents — while they are in pre-K...

Conservatives usually get shorted on compromises

Stating your willingness to compromise on political policy has become the latest form of virtue-signaling. I’d like to explain why a Tea Party Republican...

Count your blessings, especially for Peachtree City

While driving home last night I found myself on Kelly Drive looking at the beautiful Lake Peachtree sign over the new spillway. For several...

Spare us weekly Brown letters

As a benefit to your readers, can you please cease with the letters from Steve Brown every week? Many of us have reached our limit...

Why is Fayetteville ignoring its own rule on minimum dwelling size?

To the Fayetteville City Council: First of all, I would like to apologize for the tone of my previous email (also published in The...
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