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“The main stream media are trying keep our attention on the BLM trials so that we won’t pay any attention to the terrible atrocities and the crisis at our southern border. Nobody from the White House has even gone down there so they obviously wouldn’t mind if those states took care of the problem in their own way. States’ rights.” “ The correct answer to the computer chip shortage in America is not to wait until China decides to send us some. It is to start up computer chip factories in this country!!!!”

“I want to thank the lady who cleans the rec department in Lyons. She does a really good job and we appreciate you because there is no way I could do what you do.”

“Petross Dump site: the number to call is 912-852-5700. It is an eyesore to the road. It is awful. Two dumpsters, everyone throws their stuff on the floor. County, hire somebody to clean it up.”

“When Joe Biden ran for president, he said if he got elected, he would let 11,000 illegals in our country. We have 30,000 over here. We have to feed them, put them up, take care of them. We can’t take care of our disabled vets, senior citizens, the homeless. He’s giving money to everybody, the prisoners, and everybody else. He’s digging a deep hole for our country for our country to live with.”

“Thanks to The Advance staff for delivering the best onion festival edition ever. The photographers and writers did an amazing job. We needed a detailed guide to the wonderful events the festival has to offer.” “ Once again Arts and Crafts got rained out. If the city would build something like an old tobacco barn or big shelter that they could have the arts and crafts in and the schools could come together for a fall festival for the children with old fashioned cake walks, fishing, bingo, in a safe environment. The city fathers need to do some thinking about that.”

”A huge thanks to everyone who participated in the Vidalia Arts and Crafts Festival, including the Vidalia Lions Club, the Vidalia Woman’s Club, and especially the citizens of this community and beyond who made this year’s festival a success. We can’t control the rain, but Sunday was beautiful in every way!”

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