Letter: Deniers ignoring catastrophic storms
They say you live and learn, but on Wednesday, Feb. 26, I saw a letter to the HB editor in which a guy was so oblivious to the facts about climate change, I really felt embarrassed for him.
Letter: Customer's gift will help someone in need
On Feb. 21, a very nice young lady came in the Utility Office to take care of her bill. She informed one of my employees that she had an extra $500 in which she would like to pay on somebody's bill that is in need.
Letter: Month teaches unknown segments of history
Letter writer Ed Amick wanted to know why we have Black History Month. I feel that this is a way to let others know another side of our history, other than what you see every day in the news (which is mostly negative).
March 5, 2014
Primus Mootry: Juror 8 -- perspectives on madness and murder in Florida
In November of 2012, four teenaged black boys from Georgia were visiting relatives in Jacksonville, Fla. Laughing and talking as super bass rap music thumped from powerful speakers in their vehicle, the carefree boys stopped at a gas station convenience store to buy chewing gum and cigarettes.