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Beth's Story - Ronda Rich

Haughtiness and arrogance have always perplexed me, for I've never understood those traits. "Pride goeth before destruction," declares a book known for pulling no punches.

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THOMAS: Houston pastors fight censorship challenge

For a government official to try to intimidate or censor speech from the pulpit, or any other form of communication, is clearly unconstitutional and this effort by Houston’s mayor should not survive a single court challenge.

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Georgia Cities Week a time to highlight towns

To the Editor, during the week of April 13-19, Jonesboro will join other cities across Georgia in celebrating Georgia Cities Week.

Open letter to Clayton County

Time is too short and precious. We often forget this as we move through the everyday humdrum tasks of life. Older people often cry out to the young, urging them to take heed to this valuable lesson. When you are young, you perceive time and life as infinite, and you think you are invincible. I was reminded of this lesson recently as I heard the sad news of a dear friend.

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Gippert disputes Lockhart’s responses

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Hoping for progress in Forest Park

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Public Works works hard

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CLAYTON LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Jan. 9, 2013

Dear Editor: On behalf of the State Bar of Georgia, I am writing to express condolences to the family, colleagues and friends of longtime former Clayton County Probate Judge Eugene E. Lawson on his recent passing.

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Re: Cartoon in the Clayton News Daily

A recent (editorial) cartoon (March 30) showed two well-to-do men, each dressed in a suit, with “Big Oil” written on one suit, and “Wall Street Speculators” written on the other.

Thanks to all the elves who give of themselves

As a long time resident of Clayton County, and a volunteer for Clayton County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), and the Ambassador's Behind CASA (ABC's), I would like to extend a huge thank you to the community of elves that lives and works in Clayton County.

Letter to the Editor - BOBBY WILLIAMS and DWIGHT GINN

Lake City councilmen defend their service

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