Mr. Buckley's letter that appeared in the Chronicle-Independent some time ago (President's Day? Feb. 19, 2014) seems to demonstrate a trend in the U.S. of "no respect" for others whether in political office or next door neighbors.
For Kershaw County sports fans, like those across the country, few events can surpass in excitement the annual NCAA college basketball tournament, which has been known as March Madness for many years. (Well, here in the Palmetto State, the South Carolina-Clemson football game sits at the top of the list.) But this year, the tournament takes place amid much uncertainty regarding the basic structure of college sports.
We've all seen it -- a dog with his head tilted up, the breeze blowing through his fur, with an unmistakable look of pure joy on his face as he takes a ride in his favorite person's car. The sight is enough to bring a smile to anyone's face. Everyone can identify with that feeling of unadulterated bliss.
Rolling to four wins in singles and sweeping both doubles matches, the Lugoff-Elgin tennis team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 6-1 non-conference victory over Manning on Thursday on the L-E courts.
Charles Strickland, 79 of Charlotte passed away Wednesday March 12, 2014 at his residence. Charles was born May 9, 1934 in Selma, NC to the late Frank and Lou Vera Ballard Strickland. On October 18, 1967 he married his wife, the late Mary E. Strickland. Charles was the owner of the Strickland Waterproofing Company that he founded in 1986. The company now holds unlimited general contractor licenses in seven different states. In his spare time he enjoyed hunting, fishing, clearing land and buying real estate. He was an animal lover and avid farmer. He also enjoyed clearing land and tending ...