Editorial

A Legacy of Service.       Several community enhancement efforts have been boosted recently through the legacy of the late George Cornelson. His wife, Ann Cornelson, is humbled by the community pointing out their generosity, but not wanting to “claim credit.” George made clear in his will what he...
Our View — Congratulations II.           As summer gives way to September, the Congratulations just keep rolling in to The Chronicle office. We have witnessed something remarkable - construction and operation of a massive water treatment plant that promises clean water for decades to come to many...
OUR VIEW: CONGRATULATIONS.       Wow, it’s been difficult to keep up with the happenings of summer! Normally, the slowest time of the year, this summer has brought us some surprises, some hard work, and some congratulations that need to be provided. So, here goes: Congratulations to Uptown Clinton...
Saying Nothing, our view.         We set a dangerous precedent when we allow our law enforcement to say nothing. That was the case with the unfortunate death of a local woman, Kalah Shannon Gary, at the hands of the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office. Its statement about the shooting death for which...
Our View -- Needed at Presbyterian: A law enforcement probe.       We believe the City of Clinton Police Department should request a State Law Enforcement Division investigation into what happened at Bailey Memorial Stadium on Friday, February 11. The investigation should start with statement(s)...
A STORY OF FAITH.               “Yes, Virginia”     Eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon wrote a letter to the editor of New York’s Sun, and the quick response was printed as an unsigned editorial Sept. 21, 1897. The work of veteran newsman Francis Pharcellus Church has since become history’s most...
PC’s Embarrassment.         Just when Presbyterian College was basking in the positive press of inaugurating a young and vibrant president, Kevin Kelley had to come along. The Football Head Coach quit Saturday morning, telling people by Twitter that his team had a great offense and he appreciated...
  OUR VIEW: Come to the Events.       We certainly encourage everyone to come out and participate in Christmas activities in and around our communities this week - and in the coming weeks. Keep on the lookout for activities in your child’s schools and attend if and when you can. We hope employers...
Our View: A Modest Request.           We respectfully ask that the Clinton City Council release a set of goals. These were discussed Oct. 18 in yet another called session of the council, designed as a work session on goals setting. A representative of the SC Municipal Association wrote them on...
An Invitation (our view).           OK, so, now it’s our turn. Coming off a very successful Squealin’ on the Square the first weekend of October in Laurens, our area gets to show off again this weekend with Rhythm on the Rails in Clinton. The festival celebrates Clinton’s historic and current role...

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