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We Defend the Public’s Right to Know



Running a successful newspaper means building and maintaining a working relationship with the law enforcement agencies in the area, and we are pleased to report that we have largely been successful at building those ties across the CSRA. The lone exception has been the Richmond County Sheriff’s Off...

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  1. When will the people of Richmond County wake up and stop supporting elected officials like Richard Roundtree. He does what he wants and not the will of the people who elected him. Censorship is morally indefensible. I have nothing personal against Richard Roundtree. I wouldn’t know him if I fell over him.

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