Working for the man
You may be one of the many Americans who will rush to file their income taxes today. But you may not yet have earned enough money to pay all of the taxes that will be imposed on you this year.
Letter: The glib tongue, the fake smile
A recent Daily Citizen column by Walter Williams will both awaken and frighten any thinking person who claims even a smidgen of knowledge about — or belief in — either the Bible, world history or current events.
College soccer team would bring local talent together
Dreams of combining the best soccer players from all local high schools into one team finally could come true.
Letter: Primaries feature many choices
Many people are confused this year about the May 20 Election Day. Unfortunately, very few voters in Whitfield County actually go to the polls for a primary election. But this means any increase in participation can have a significant impact.
Letter: Hooper for Murray chief magistrate
Thanks to all the wonderful people and friends who backed me for District 1 Murray County Board of Education. You sure showed a lot of support. Sorry I had to step down due to my and my wife’s health. I am a lot better now.
Judicial dispute could have been avoided
Judicial elections in Whitfield and Murray counties tend to be low key. In fact, we can’t recall the last time an incumbent judge on the Conasauga Superior Court, which cover the two counties, has even faced a challenger.
Citizen of the Week: Jonathan Rose
Running for exercise is a popular hobby among many local residents, but at least one racing enthusiast plans to take his fun a step further today.
Community champions make world a better place
We sometimes think a good community is one with attractive buildings, well-kept homes and beautiful parks. But buildings, homes and parks, no matter how attractive, don’t make a community. People do.
‘The most important thing for a community’
You may have noticed a sprawling new building being constructed on the campus of Dalton State College over the past few months.
League of Women Voters should not give up
The League of Women Voters decided to do something new and a little different, something that could have helped educate voters across the state.
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