Letter to the Editor

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...
  The editor,   I would like to thank the Clinton Chronicle’s editor for the front-page article in reference to ZF transmission’s demand for a personal company security detail.  Their security chief, who by the way hoodwinked the County Council with the help of the county administrator, by not...
  The editor: I see in a recent posting by The Clinton Chronicle that a city council member said that he wants more excitement and less negativity from the city’s people.  My question back to him is why should we be more excited? The city council members should hold meetings in their wards with...
  The editor: I read with interest Russ Dean’s “Actions speak louder than words?” column in the August 14 edition of the Chronicle. And I found it troubling. Yes, President Trump is an easy target of hate and denigration. He is regrettably less-than-presidential, his barbed tweets are often...
  The editor: Like many others, I am looking forward to the start of another Red Devil year and seeing our Red Devils in action. As I wait in anticipation, we need to remind ourselves of some simple truths.  First, we all want to see our Red Devils succeed, but more importantly, we want to see the...
  The Editor: In "A Bike Path on Broad Street," the Chronicle Editorial Team hit the nail on the head, noting numerous reasons why cycling lanes were the "linchpin" for a revitalized Broad Street.  When I was a Furman student back in the late 1980's, there was a small, forgettable town just north...

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