This week marks the 10th anniversary of the loss of our oldest grandson, Zachary Earl Wansley. Zack was 20 at the time he collapsed and died while training for the
The servant who has the king’s favor deals wisely in two ways. The work that he carries out on behalf of the king is wisely done. He is efficient and
Recently, members of the Putnam County Charter School System met with representatives of the state’s Board of Education in Atlanta to discuss a pilot program that would start with Putnam
MAD reflects on success To the Editor: Mothers Against Crime would like to take a moment and inform everyone of this great community of the past events and upcoming ones.
The Gators look good again.
On Friday, the Putnam County Board of Commissioners, in a 3-2 vote, agreed to provide the $150,000 of additional funding to Putnam General Hospital that was strongly debated in previous
Dudley responds to concerned reader Dear Rabbi Gerson, My purpose in writing last week’s column, ‘Israel, Big El and the Crusades’, was to entertain, and to convince my wife and
Local officials: support your local hospital Editor: Generally, I try to respect the decisions we lay off on our elected officials, especially those decisions that rise out of the often
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