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LETTER: Don't overlook the good at Alcovy High School

There are many positives to celebrate at Alcovy High School.

LETTER: 'Spread the wealth' only designed to keep Obama in office

The November election will be our opportunity to save our country from disaster.

LETTER: Snapping Shoals should be a better steward of our money.

Snapping Shoals should be a better steward of our money.

LETTER: President isn't getting results; it's firing time

The bottom line of good leadership is the ability to produce results.

LETTER: Randy Poynter’s legacy lives on in family and work in Rockdale

Randy Poynter's legacy lives on in his family and his contributions to Rockdale County.

LETTERS: America declines with every step she takes away from her Christian principles

America has taken God out of everything and we wonder why all the calamity takes place.

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LETTERS: State patrol cautions against impaired driving

The Georgia State Patrol plans concentrated enforcement efforts to stop impaired driving.

LETTERS: Thanks for support of park event

Friends of Newton Parks offer their thanks for support of Twilights at Chimney Park.

LETTERS: BOC meetings need improving

The BOC should change its public comment policy.

LETTERS: Oxford proud of connection to Emory, Sitton

The city of Oxford congratulates Emory and those who have helped make the school great.

LETTERS: Cheerleading should be recognized as a sport

Cheerleaders deserve the same respect as other athletes.

LETTERS: Wall Street crowd not alone or even unusual in cheating the system

Those who blame others for their problems will never succeed.

LETTERS: Thanks to local churches helping kids in need

A heart-felt thanks goes out to churches who helped children in need.

LETTERS: Leaving the Republican party to make a difference

Political activism can be most effective at home.

LETTERS: Locals helped make forum a great success

I would like to thank the residents of Newton County District 1 who attended my "School Board on Your Corner" public forum at Alcovy High School on July 28. Students, parents, teachers, PTO leaders, school administrators, business owners, seniors and others joined me in a healthy discussion of topics.