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Today's Opinions

  • A 'yes' vote is a vote for progress

    Looking back at my 2010 magistrate brochure leads me to believe the people of Henry County are ready to move Henry County forward. Recently, 1,931 registered voters signed a petition allowing it’s registered voters to decide the direction of our county.

    Voting yes on Dec. 13 will directly help our county. Restaurants will arrive, hotels will follow, jobs will be offered. Economic development helps everything in the county.

    Vote yes for jobs.

    Vote yes for a balance of country living.

  • Moist vote = Economic development

    Henry County residents have a unique opportunity facing them at the polls on Dec. 13. When you go to the voting booths on that day, voters will have the chance to vote yes or no on whether the county will go moist and allow our county to move forward with economic development.

  • Moist vote = Economic development

    Henry County residents have a unique opportunity facing them at the polls on Dec. 13. When you go to the voting booths on that day, voters will have the chance to vote yes or no on whether the county will go moist and allow our county to move forward with economic development.

  • More tips for winning the coupon game

    The 12-week rule

    Generally, sales will repeat themselves every 12 weeks and it usually takes about 12 weeks worth of inserts to accumulate the coupons needed to take advantage of the sales. What you want to do is purchase the number of items that you and your family will use in three months.

  • All children deserve stable, loving families

    The holiday season is now underway and for many this means spending time with our family and friends. 

    Sadly, over 450,000 children are in foster care nationwide and do not have a permanent home this holiday season.  November is National Adoption Month, making this a great time to raise awareness about the importance of and need for finding permanent and loving homes for these children.

    While many of these children are temporarily separated from their families, about 115,000 are eligible for adoption.  

  • All children deserve stable, loving families

    The holiday season is now underway and for many this means spending time with our family and friends. 

    Sadly, over 450,000 children are in foster care nationwide and do not have a permanent home this holiday season.  November is National Adoption Month, making this a great time to raise awareness about the importance of and need for finding permanent and loving homes for these children.

    While many of these children are temporarily separated from their families, about 115,000 are eligible for adoption.  

  • Mental health and substance abuse present persistent challenges

    One of the country’s most persistent challenges is finding ways to help those struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues beyond their control.
    Federal figures show the number to be significant.  In 2008, it was estimated that 30 million Americans had received treatment for a mental health issue in the previous year, and about 22 million were believed to be addicted to drugs or alcohol.

  • Mental health and substance abuse present persistent challenges

    One of the country’s most persistent challenges is finding ways to help those struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues beyond their control.
    Federal figures show the number to be significant.  In 2008, it was estimated that 30 million Americans had received treatment for a mental health issue in the previous year, and about 22 million were believed to be addicted to drugs or alcohol.