...educated. Mr. Poythress might have been good to his employees, but would a man who supports a law which endangers a family's well being change if elected governor? I'll not take that risk! I am concerned. Bernard W. Clark, Hephzibah
...more learned students. Each level would greatly benefit from the smaller environment. Our students' grades will depict their intelligence as equal to or better than national standards. Give them their chance. Bernard W. Clark, Hephzibah
...giving. We just need our School Board members to stop pontificating and start issuing more meaningful disciplinary rules -- then enforce them. The love is there. Only the way to facilitate education is missing. Bernard W. Clark, Hephzibah
...a friend to provide you such knowledge? Traitor? Ignorant? Not hardly. Possibly overzealous. I wish, however, Georgia had more politicians with equal tenacity to serve the people who elected them. Bernard W. Clark, Keysville, Ga.
...America... Blacks do not want to be treated differently from others, but want you to look beyond that black "bookmark" and see that God-fearing American citizen, waiting to embrace you with love... Bernard W. Clark, Keysville, Ga.
...A. Daver.Hear! Hear!IT'S KINDA LIKE A LOST AND FOUND IN A BORDER TOWN, ASKIN' 'BOUT A DIAMOND RING: Bernard W. Clark of Burke County also e-mailed with an update on the investigation into the disappearance of his wife's diamond...
...and sold like cattle ... The irony of it all is this country's laws had ample language to wipe out these conditions. Where were all the presently concerned voices in the '60s, '70s and '80's? Bernard W. Clark, Keysville, Ga.
...pages or on a list providing potential attorneys willing to assist are on that list. I regret to say, successful black people in this area have turned a cold shoulder to the less fortunate members of their race. Bernard W. Clark, Hephzibah
...Bungalow Elementary School, set a wonderful example of love and discipline for her students. She and her staff control and teach in an almost serene atmosphere. You can feel the community when you step in the door. Bernard W. Clark, Hephzibah
...knowing the history of any of the class students. That is a much, much harder task than for the teacher who has the file and experience of each student. The cartoon is demeaning to the substitute profession. Bernard W. Clark, Hephzibah