The Piedmont Journal

May 30, 2015

The Piedmont Journal

Piedmont DAV honors veterans

Around 70 attended the Memorial Day candlelight service, sponsored by the local chapter of Disabled American Veterans, Saturday at Veterans Park. Commander Rick Freeman said that, in his opinion, it was a good turnout.

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  • Angels on a mission

    Ten years ago, Joyce Vaughn, Sylvia Brooks, Ethelyn Lester and Lucille Bussey made a decision that changed not only their lives, but the lives…

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  • Public turns out for Venecia Butler Day

    Randa Carroll said she and her family want to thank everyone who showed up for Venecia Butler Day Saturday, a day set aside to honor her siste…

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Thompson to continue career with Golden Bears

With his family, coaches, teammates and friends watching Thursday, Piedmont senior Dreek Thompson signed the paperwork necessary to make him a student and athlete at Miles College. Thompson said later he was “really excited” about the opportunity to continue his education and his football career with the Golden Bears.


Traditional values versus today’s values

Traditional values are not what they used to be. Gallup reports Americans have become much more liberal regarding social issues over the past decade. For the first time since Gallup began measuring Americans’ views of social issues, those who consider themselves to have liberal views equal the number of those who consider themselves to have conservative views.The largest gap appeared when conservative social views peaked at 42% in 2009 and liberal social views dipped to 22% in 2010. That 20% gap closed in 2015.

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