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Living with an invisible disease

Living with an invisible disease is not easy but it has taught me to be a lot more patient with individuals I see using those power chairs or parking spaces.

June 29, 2008 | by Cindy Milloy | Opinion


Attitude adjustment

As gas prices have continued to climb they seem no longer to have the ability to shock us. Instead, we note each hike in the cost of a gallon of gas with what appears to be a mixture of morbid fascination and grim helplessness, as if we've known all along another shoe is about to drop, and then another shoe and another.

June 26, 2008 | | Opinion


Hurricanes - what if or when

With all the talk about hurricanes, it's always that scenario of "what if," instead of "when."

June 22, 2008 | Jessica Holthaus | Opinion


On speed limit signs, more

Some random thoughts on a Thursday night at the office.

June 22, 2008 | Jeff Whitten Editor, Bryan County News | Opinion


Notes on bringing up a birder

Our wait is finally over. Two weeks ago our precious baby girl was born. No reason now to envy all the new parents in the yard. We now have our own little nestling. I immediately begin to think about all of my new responsibilities as a parent as well as all of the new and exciting things I want to show her and teach her.

June 22, 2008 | Shawn Heifert | Opinion


Hurricane season

Hurricane season officially started Sunday.

June 19, 2008 | | Opinion


Not running for office, again

Some months ago in this space I wrote that I wasn't running for political office - then offered up a list of things I'd do were I to run.

June 15, 2008 | By Jeff Whitten Bryan County News | Opinion


The silent server

I hope that you all had a wonderful Memorial Day.

June 15, 2008 | By Victor Pisano Bryan County News columnist | Opinion


Joye Johnson

None of us at the Bryan County News knew Carver Elementary School Principal Joye Johnson was ill.

June 15, 2008 | Jeff Whitten | Opinion


It's a little chilly up here

I have abandoned the sunny, hot Georgia weather for a week-long vacation in Michigan.

June 12, 2008 | Jessica Holthaus | Opinion


On Memorial Day

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died serving our country.

June 08, 2008 | | Opinion


Mayor, chief wrong on HB89

Dear Editor:

June 07, 2008 | | Opinion


Secret of RHHS soccer is getting out

Dear Editor:

June 01, 2008 | | Opinion


Odyssey team needs support

Dear Editor:

June 01, 2008 | | Opinion


Letter gets FISA issues wrong

Dear Editor:

June 01, 2008 | | Opinion


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Articles by Section - Opinion


Dealing with freezes, smoke in the air and planting

Farmers are looking at what to plant this year. The outlook for traditional agriculture is mixed.

February 27, 2015 | By Don Gardner | Opinion


Don’t know much about history? This test is for you

As you may have heard, some of our intrepid public servants under the Gold Dome are unhappy with the Advanced Placement U.S. History test and the College Board which administers the tests.

February 26, 2015 | By Dick Yarbrough Syndicated Columnist | Opinion


Conservationists taking on three issues to protect coast

On Feb. 18, a group of citizens headed to the State Capital for "Conservation Day," hoping to inform legislators about protecting our precious coast and its wildlife. The Dolphin Project was represented by Gerry Sattele and me, from Richmond Hill, and Chris Hines of Savannah.

February 26, 2015 | By Peach Hubbard | Opinion


Some tax returns are just welfare

Well, it's that time of the year again - tax time. April 15 will be here before we know it and for many, it is a time of dread as they start gearing up to pay annual tax bills.

February 23, 2015 | By Mike Riddle Coastal Courier correspondent | Opinion


Hang on to things—times could get tough

A friend, an only child, was talking about cleaning out her parents' house after the death of her father.

February 23, 2015 | By Ronda Rich | Opinion


Lawmaker glad more troops coming to Stewart

I recently was proud to announce that the 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion will be restationed at Fort Stewart, bringing 492 soldiers and their families to the post. The 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion's mission focuses on rapidly deploying worldwide to engineer, install, operate, maintain and defend in support of full-spectrum operations. The 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion is the U.S. Army's contribution to the Global Information Grid.

February 18, 2015 | By U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter Special to the News | Opinion


Jekyll authority holds fire on deer

If you are a supercilious liberal you-know-what or a sanctimonious Bible thumper, I have some good news for you. I am giving you both the week off. Enjoy it while you can. I will be back.

February 18, 2015 | By Dick Yarbrough Columnist | Opinion


Wounded Warrior Project targets vets

Editor, The Wounded Warrior Project has sued a combat veteran - again.

February 18, 2015 | | Opinion


Help yourself before asking for help

One of my friends called me - one of my best friends. There was both urgency and distress in her voice.

February 17, 2015 | By Ronda Rich Columnist | Opinion


Make decisions with family in mind

Twelve years ago, I made a decision to follow my head, not my heart, and put my career first. I'd just completed my first post-college internship at the Abilene Reporter-News in Texas and, having impressed my supervisor, was offered full-time employment at the end of my three-month stint.

February 17, 2015 | By Hollie Moore Barnidge | Opinion


Eventually we'll sign over wages to government

Editor, On Dec. 16, 1773, demonstrators destroyed an entire shipment of tea in the Boston Harbor in protest of taxation without representation. Today, we have ultra-taxation with representation. At the rate that we are going, we will just sign over our employment checks and accept the spending money that our government gives us.

February 11, 2015 | | Opinion


Shady antics on the field, halls of power

If you watched the Super Bowl a couple of weeks ago - and reports say that 114 million of us did - perhaps you saw a portion of the reprehensible behavior of Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin who, after scoring a touchdown, proceeded to mime pulling down his pants and squatting as if on a commode, before dropping the ball to the ground as if using the restroom. The NFL fined Baldwin $11,000, which has to be chump change to this boor. Astonishingly, the incident has gotten very little mention in the media. You can bet this kind of obscene showboating ...

February 11, 2015 | By Dick Yarbrough Columnist | Opinion


Lawmakers hear State of Courts Address

The Georgia Senate had a busy week. We held numerous committee meetings to review legislation and listen to testimony either opposing or supporting bills being considered. The committee process is where the bills are vetted before being considered by the Senate, and it is a crucial part of the legislative process.

February 11, 2015 | By State Sen. Ben Watson Special to the News | Opinion


Don't bother remaking an established image

A few years back, someone I knew ever so slightly died. Though I didn't know him well, I knew him to be mean, egoistical and quite a bully.

February 10, 2015 | By Ronda Rich Columnist | Opinion


In the end, parents are usually right

A conversation I had with a co-worker a week ago left me feeling glad I don't have to make the tough decisions and unpopular calls that will be necessary when my daughter becomes a teenager.

February 10, 2015 | By Hollie Moore Barnidge | Opinion


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