Words on a page are chilling, but something we’ve come to expect. The numbers are just figures written side-by-side - we’ve been conditioned just to take them for granted.
South Carolina’s unsafe secondary roads are going to claim lives. Add in the wicked weather we’ve been having lately, and the...
President Trump’s February 4 State of the Union address will go down as a high mark in his tenure – not primarily because of a great speech but for the many accomplishments it celebrated. As CNN’s Stephen Collison shared, Trump cemented his reputation as a “rare politician who keeps his promises...
LETTER: A cancer treatment that is not chemotherapy.
Last month I was diagnosed with basil cell carcinoma of my nose. Second time in 15 years cancer returned to this area of my body. The doctors in Greenville recommended one of two procedures.
“Mohs” surgery. This is where the...
You came like a thief in the night
And stole her away from us
So brutal and cruel
So mean and evil
Cancer that is you
She fought a hard long battle
Never giving up
For she was determined you were not going to win
For she knew her strength
For she knew her power
Be Your Own Valentine:
Seven Ways to Tap into Your "Love-Power" and Change Your Life
By Karen McGregor
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and we all have our feelings about it. If we're dating or (happily) married, we may be excited about the flowers, chocolates, and...
Tax season has begun. And once again PC accounting professor Karen Mattison and accounting students are planning to volunteer to help eligible residents file their taxes.
Mattison and students in her federal income tax class volunteer through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program....
The South Carolina Department of Mental Health is charged by law to provide statewide services to treat, reduce, and prevent mental illness. Our goal is to provide the right treatment to allow citizens with mental illness to live their lives in the least restrictive environment — and that...
Statement by Frank Knapp, Jr., co-chair of Businesses for Responsible Tax Reform and President & CEO of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce, on President Trump’s comments about cutting safety-net programs to reduce the federal deficit
Washington, D.C. — The president’s...
Sometimes a columnist has a lot on their minds and a column becomes a smorgasbord of thoughts.
Are you as sick of taxes as I am?
We used to say, “a penny for your thoughts.” I’m sure if government could figure out a way, they’d tax you for those thoughts.
When you vote for president in...
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...