Letter to the Editor

  The editor, As my friend Joy Scharich (Director of Elections, Oconee County) would say “The fruits of hard work are abundant”.  We all did work very hard, and it showed. Thanks to all of the Laurens County folks who helped out with the 2020 Democratic Presidential Preference Primary on Feb 29th...
  The editor,   I often feel my chief virtue is my independence. I have a soul free from influence of anyone. I love this community and the people who are my neighbors and friends. I have for a better part of my life, spent my time to educate with attempts to improve the quality of life in this...
To The Editor: About 5 million members of my generation, the Greatest Generation, or the Silent Generation, have some form of dementia.   We are the elderly group of Americans who worked hard, paid into Social Security, loved our country, fought for our country when needed, saved for our old age as...
  LETTER 1 3-4-20   The editor,   Every South Carolinian, young and old, should know the basics about our country’s energy supply.  According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (www.eia.gov): 1) The U.S. now produces more energy than any country in the world. 2) The U.S. exports more...
  The editor,   Beware of increased taxes and loss of property rights. There are certain groups in Laurens County that are trying to start zoning again as part of land use planning. Land use planning can be good and necessary for development and progress. A study can indicate where to place...
The editor, Out of all the years that I have been traveling as a DJ, this is my favorite time of year to be on the road. Christmas is when people decorate their homes and towns decorate to be festive and show their Christmas spirit.   Just recently I passed through several towns past midnight...
“The continued success of PC as a college does not depend solely on a winning football team, but college football at PC and in Clinton plays a significant role in attracting and retaining students.”       The editor, As a graduate of Presbyterian College (PC) and as a long-term resident of Clinton...
  The editor:  It seems the new sports complex keeps being pushed aside.   Yes, it's mentioned occasionally, only to appease those of us that have been waiting years for it to be built. But then other unnecessary things come up, like giving PC money to put up lights, renovating the Municipal...
Dear editor, As a graduate of Presbyterian College (PC) and as a long-term resident of Clinton with great concern for the prosperity of the college and our local community, I am extremely disappointed in the tone and the message expressed in your opinion piece titled "Times Have Never Looked More...
LETTER: No Money for PC Baseball Lights.     The editor, City Council will soon vote on how to spend the yearly Accommodations Tax. At the last council meeting, a presentation was made by a committee with no diversity, appointed by our former city manager.  One recommendation was to give $50,000 to...

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