“Enough is Enough!” an EDITORIAL by Glenda Curl

“Enough is Enough!” By Glenda Curl There is absolutely no doubt that the Absentee Vote is an essential factor in winning an election in Wilcox County. The numbers don’t lie, and it has happened over and over again. Even candidates that are running to try and improve things have had to resort to vying for…

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EDITORIAL: Living with two-year-old human babies

Living with two-year-old human babies By Ethan Van Sice Don’t get me wrong; My niece, Ashlyn, is as smart as they come. Every day, she’s impressing me with new “tricks” that she’s learned, and I have faith that her cognitive development will continue, even beyond the years of counting toes and naming colors. Pretty soon…

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Our County Roads — A Disaster (a message from Impact Wilcox)

Our County Roads — A Disaster Why can’t our County roads be repaired and properly maintained? At the very least, why can’t potholes be filled so that every car ride does not result in more rattles, misalignment, and tire damage? When our current County Commissioners are asked these questions, the answer is always the same…

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Spring Cleaning? Editorial by Ethan Van Sice

Spring Cleaning? By Ethan Van Sice I was determined to get down and dirty this time… I’m talking about feathers to hardwood. Brushes to crevices. Even pen to paper, if I had to. Besides, what better way to usher in the Easter weekend than to do some Spring cleaning? I was really going to try…

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(BREAKING: Thurs. 7:30 a.m.) Sand Pit MURDER SUSPECT has been CAPTURED

Alleged Murderer Turns Himself In (PINE HILL) Rogercias “Rudy” Denish turned himself in to authorities a little after 7 a.m. this morning after seeing his photo in the news, he said. Pine Hill Police Chief Nikisha Gailes and officer Donnie Floyd are en route with Denish to Central Booking in Camden, where his charge will…

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