Stories by Ph.D.

Monday, May 30, 2016

Letter: Protect pets from heat

Hot dogs belong on grills, not in parked cars.
By Ph.D. and Robin Ganzert

Friday, Oct. 16, 2015

Letter: SPLOST 7 is a bad idea

Clearly there are projects that need supporting, but all on this proposed list do not warrant taxpayers' approval.
By Dalton E. Brannen and Ph.D.

Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015

Letter: Celebrate diversity more

This is the month when we remember black people who have sacrificed and gone before us to give so much to make America greater.
By Matthew Hutcherson and Ph.D.

Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015

Guest Column: Détente between United States and Cuba mainly is good for Americans

Even if détente fails to make any progress toward free trade, we are no worse off than before the offer was extended.
By Ph.D. and William Beranek

Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014

Letter: Prepare for perceptions

Maybe we need to get back to the basics of appearance, behavior and respect for the law.
By 'Jo-Ellen McDonough Catto, Ph.D. and R.N.'

Sunday, Aug 3, 2014

Guest Column: My prayer for Paine

Unfortunately, the many positive accomplishments at Paine never receive great press.
By Matthew Hutcherson and Ph.D.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Letter: Paine woes require action

I hereby call on President Bradley to resign immediately so a qualified and capable president can take the helm.
By Grady L. Cornish and Ph.D.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Letter: Stand up for the animals

Hopefully others who have a regard for animals, and especially animals in need of homes and care, will be likewise motivated.
By Dalton E. Brannen and Ph.D.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Guest Column: Envy and the paranoia of income equality - economic impact is startling

There is nothing mysterious, illicit, conspiratorial, malicious nor exploitative in the core of this simple process.
By Ph.D. and William Beranek

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Guest Column: Harm of minimum-wage laws is neglected and poorly understood

Subjecting these hard-pressed youths to low wages and opportunities with limited long-run potential still is a fruitful application of their efforts.
By Ph.D. and William Beranek

Friday, June 20, 2014

Letter: Tennis tourney superb

I am thankful to be a participant each year.
By David E. Rogers and Ph.D.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Letter: Appreciate our teachers!

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
By Frank G. Roberson and Ph.D.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Letter: MOX plan should proceed

MOX should proceed with no more delays in this environmental problem and not create other problems by waiting.
By Christopher Noah and Ph.D.

Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013

Guest Column: Football christens new chapter at Paine

Not only will we attract new students, but we are thrilled to give our alumni something else to cheer for.
By George C. Bradley and Ph.D.

Guest Column: Positive polls signal bright future for nuclear energy

People who live near nuclear plants tend to show even greater support for nuclear power than the general public does.
By Clint Wolfe and Ph.D.

Friday, Dec. 20, 2013

Letter: Give pupils full schedule

We must act now by contacting our governor and state legislative officials and demand a full schedule of school days for the students of Georgia.
By Frank G. Roberson and Ph.D.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Letter: Put furloughs in perspective

Both private and public institutions are having to navigate this economic storm.
By Frank Roberson and Ph.D.

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Letter: New program lifts students

We seek to not only educate, but to retain the best and brightest students to meet the workforce needs of this region.
By Gretchen Caughman, Ph.D. and Timothy Goodman

Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012

Letter: America destined to fail

The truth is always hard to hear and a bitter pill to swallow.
By Ph.D. and Richard E. Hogue

Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012

Letter: Workers acted shamefully

I know this is the season to help, but we should all bear in mind: There for the grace of God go I.
By Mark D. McCall and Ph.D.
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