Opinion

Gov. Deal’s communications director ready to try it on his own

Unless you are one of the intrepid public servants we keep sending back to the Gold Dome to get you out of our hair, or ... Read more

Meet Mario, the newest addition to my pet-loving family

Everyone who knows me is aware that I love dogs….especially puppies. Everyone who knows me also knows that we have two big lab dogs, Gabby ... Read more

Letters to the editor: Public responds to church membership letter

To Whom It May Concern, This letter is written as a statement of identification and clarity due to recent letters written and publications regarding Church ... Read more

Nothing beats whatever food on a stick

According to television, the center of the universe this week has been the Iowa State Fair. It is an 11-day event and attracts upwards of ... Read more

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Dan Ponder

Exploring the ancient wonders of China turned out to be a success

Following up on last week’s article written while in China, I want to give a brief summary of the remainder of the trip. By the ... Read more

Lynn Roberts

When will be stop opening all these cans of worms?

Most everyone knows what it means to “open a can of worms.” It means that sometimes we do something that is seemingly innocent. Read more

Dick Yarbrough

Retired Atlanta bankers help children pursue their dreams of peace through art

I believe that each of us has an obligation to leave this a better world than we found it. Linden Longino is trying to do ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor in reference in the plane crash in Decatur County

Recently, a Twin Engine Aircraft crashed on my property in Decatur County. The aircraft was based out of Lakeland, Florida, and both the pilot and ... Read more

Letters to the editor: Public responds to church membership letter

To Whom It May Concern, This letter is written as a statement of identification and clarity due to recent letters written and publications regarding Church ... Read more

Letter to the Editor

My beloved hometown of Bainbridge, Georgia, made the news in a shameful manner under the deadline article, “Old Woman Booted From The Church Over Unpaid ... Read more

Do you know how to ask?

August is a month filled with birthdays for us:  Madeline turns seven, Addyson five, and Mallory twelve.  Time mysteriously and rapidly disappears before our very ... Read more

Letter to the Editor

This weekend I noticed a website that had an article, “These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live in Georgia”, by Nick Johnson of “RoadSnacks”. ... Read more


Editorials

I encourage alcohol-serving restaurants to open downtown

Two weeks ago, the Bainbridge City Council discussed an exemption to the alcohol ordinance that would allow restaurants within the Central Business District (a.k.a. downtown) ... Read more

Special Olympics will put the biggest smile on your face

I had the privilege to cover the Special Olympics Track and Field event Friday morning at the Bainbridge High School gymnasium, and everybody there had ... Read more

This election year will bring changes to our county

While it may be a bit of cliché to say that this upcoming election year is vitally important, both nationally and locally, it is—well, vitally ... Read more

BSC continues to impact the community

Bainbridge State College officially opened its new Hawthorn Health Sciences Center on Wednesday. Read more

Two tournaments in one weekend is two big thumbs up

It’s a good thing that Hampton Inn on Tallahassee Highway opened last week. Read more