County showing how unity in diversity lifts residents from poverty to prosperity

By HILLIARD LACKEY,

To the Editor:

Top elected officials in Quitman County are basically homegrown residents determined to enhance the quality of life and jointly assist residents to rise above their circumstances.

 
 
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