Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

No party lines drawn in cancer battle

Last week, I had the honor of representing Alabama on Capitol Hill by traveling to Washington with more than 700 of my fellow American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) volunteers from across the country to urge Congress to make cancer a national priority.

Letters to the Editor

Could we actually see a re-United States?

Congress returns to work after Labor Day faced with economic (Tax Reform), political (the 60-vote rule), social (violence) and International (nuclear annihilation) upheavals that have left too many Americans battling one another rather than working together at every level to build a better, stronger, more productive an cohesive Republic.

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We’re better than this

How long do we have to go, as a nation, without a comprehensive health care system? All those who obsessively vowed to get rid of the ACA either had no idea of what it actually does or simply had a knee-jerk reaction to “gov’ment” intrusion by a black president. No sensible replacement option was or is ready.

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Fiscal malfeasance

As one of the 1,564 property owners who have more than two acres, I’m very upset that my property taxes went up this current year 300% on the excess acreage on our Homestead.

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School raises money for United Way with "fun-raiser"

Columbus Technical College hosted Tuesday afternoon a ‘fun-raiser’ in front of the Wright Health Sciences Center to raise money for United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley. The event featured a karaoke contest with a top prize of $100, games, a $4 combo meal attendees could purchase, ice cream and even an old fashioned cake walk. Pictured here is one of the cakes up for grabs in the cake walk. Proceeds from all the activities go to the school's contribution to the United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
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School raises money for United Way with "fun-raiser"

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Prosecutors say gang member had $40,000 in drug money when he was killed

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Columbus police chief says $1 million cocaine bust is one of the largest by department 2:57

Columbus police chief says $1 million cocaine bust is one of the largest by department