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Letters to Editor


Dear Editor, When I heard Dr. Fauci and others talking about “Gain-of-Function”, I started to look into that.  To me it was not right to be messing around trying to make a virus more dangerous and easier to be transmitted.  That is crazy.   This is what I have found and it seems to be the…

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Black Lives Matter PAC Statement on U.S. Senate Election Results in Georgia 

Dear Editor, Patrisse Cullors, Co-Founder and Chair of the Black Lives Matter Political Action Committee, released the following statement in response to the U.S. Senate election results in Georgia: “Congratulations to Rev. Raphael Warnock on his historic victory. Black Georgians showed up at the polls in a momentous turnout that made this win possible despite…

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Letter to Editor from Judi Stock

Editor: I am from Ohio, but I and many people across this nation are very concerned about the extremely important election you are holding on January 5. Please seriously consider giving President-elect Biden the help he needs with a majority in the Senate. With the Senate’s help he will be able to put into effect…

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Common Sense Media, Jill Murphy, Editor-in-Chief

Dear Editor, Everything I have read over the past few weeks has pointed out the obvious: It’s been a challenging year and the world is ready to move on from 2020. Although we might be able to turn the page on the calendar, the parenting worries of the year loom large. And while new routines…

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Letter to the Editor – April 21, 2020

April 21, 2020 Dear Lanier County News Editor,   SGMC Lanier campus had an Appreciation Breakfast delivered to the entire staff as well as the staff at Lakeland Villa. We are grateful for the full support of our community and thank the Lakeland Mayor Bill Darsey and the City Council for providing the breakfast. Thank…

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Letter to the Editor: April 11, 2020

April 11, 2020 Dear Lanier County News Editor: Thank you, Carol for your reporting in the Lanier County News Special LCN e-edition! Unfortunately, the Code Red doesn’t reach everyone. A group of Lanier County residents I know got the thunderstorm warnings. At least one person I know well, received a text that indicated the warning…

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