2022-12-21 E-Edition

It’s almost Christmas

If you haven’t already noticed, it’s almost Christmas. At the risk of some of us forgetting the Real Reason for Christmas, let us start and end by saying, “Happy Birthday, Jesus, and thank You for coming among us and teaching us how to live and love.” Without sounding like we are bragging, we are kind of proud to be printing […]

Parade was great

Though the weather was a little nippy for the annual Christmas Parade last Thursday night, December 15th, it was wonderful. There were pretty floats, pretty girls, horses, politicians, Sheriff Jimmy Holt, Chief of Police Tyrone Burns and and even Mrs. Santa Claus made an appearance. A special thanks to the Colquitt-Miller County Fire Department, Colquitt Police, Miller County Sheriff’s Department, […]

Russell Nash presented with retirement plaque

Miller County Manager, Doug Cofty recently presented Mr. Russell Nash with a plaque for this 25 years of service to the Miller County Sheriff’s Department. Russell has retired from the Miller County Sheriff’s Department due to ill health. He was known for his work with the county and for his work with the inmates.

125th Birthday of Miller County Liberal Recognized by Georgia House of Representatives

While I was delivering newspapers last week, a younger friend asked if I was 92 years old? I answered, “No, I’m just 86, but the Miller County Liberal I’m delivering is 125.” On December 1, 2022, I received a letter from Gerald Greene, Georgia State Representative of District 151. The letter stated that a Resolution had been offered to the […]

Gone too soon, fighter Evan Vickers leaves legacy of love

The Southwest Georgia community is mourning the sudden loss of seven year-old Evan Knox Vickers of Leary, following a tragic ATV accident last Friday night. Evan, a first-grade student at Pataula Charter Academy in Edison, was known far and wide following a rare stage IV neuroblastoma diagnosis. Many came to know and love Evan as they learned more about his […]

It snowed last night!

8:00 am: I made a snowman. 8: 10 – A feminist passed by and asked me why I didn’t make a snow woman. 8:15 – So, I made a snow woman. 8:17 – My feminist neighbor complained about the snow woman’s voluptuous chest saying it objectified snow women everywhere. 8:20 – The gay couple living nearby threw a hissy fit […]

Beta Sigma Phi-Xi Epsilon Omicron Sisters Celebrate Christmas

On Thursday, December 8, 2022, eighteen sisters of Beta Sigma Phi-XI Epsilon Omicron Chapter joined together to celebrate the blessings of the Christmas season. President Sandra East opened her home to the group for this Christmas social. She greeted each sister as they arrived at her beautiful and festive home. To begin the evening’s activities, President East, welcomed everyone. Mary […]

The Little Christmas Tree

Once, in a beautiful forest which was full of tall, dark green trees, there was a little fir tree. Other trees in the forest were tall. The little fir tree was short. One day, as the little fir tree looked at the other trees, a rabbit came through the forest. The rabbit saw the little fir tree and hopped over […]

The act of showing kindness is free, positive, and healthy

Kindness is more than behavior. The art of kindness means harboring a spirit of helpfulness, as well as being generous and considerate, and doing so without expecting anything in return. Kindness is a quality of being. The act of giving kindness often is simple, free, positive and healthy. Good for the body Kindness has been shown to increase self-esteem, empathy […]