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Downtown Halloween event poorly executed

I don't know who the genius was that planned the Halloween festival, but he or she left out the lower end of Broad Street.

November 10, 2010 | Robert Snell Antique Barn Mall | Letters


Target a valued supporter of animal shelter

I just wanted to express my deepest appreciation for Target Distribution Center in Lugoff for their continuing support of the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter. It is becoming all too rare these days to find a company that goes to such lengths to help. Walter Crowe Animal Shelter is honored to receive these donations. Not only does Target affect our community by employment, but also by donating thousands of dollars worth of food and supplies yearly. I hope others see the hard work and concerns for our county animals that Target shows. Under Target's fine management, the Walter Crowe ...

November 03, 2010 | Sharon Jones Director, Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter | Letters


Richland School District Two uses dollars wisely

While the Kershaw County School District persistently attempts to squeeze every last dime they can muster from families who struggle to pay their bills, our neighbors in Richland County are getting tax breaks from their local school district.

November 03, 2010 | Sheri Few Lugoff | Letters


The River ... or is it The Lake?

As many Camdenites and others did, I had a great summer on The River, or was it The Lake? The River is what many of us aging boomers call Lake Wateree. Fifty years ago, that moniker was associated with everything about "Wateree" Lake. I pondered that thought as I reflected and enjoyed a wonderful afternoon breeze from the shores of Camp Lystra. Today, some changes are quite apparent, and some changes are barely noticeable. In reality, some features that appear to be changed are unchanged. Hidden from the quick eye are many of its unchanged features.

October 29, 2010 | William "Rusty" Major Camden | Letters


Towell would bring fresh ideas to office

Frequently when one writes the paper there is a level of anger or anxiety. If it is not bubbling up it is not too far beneath the surface. In this case I am happy to say there is neither. This letter concerns the position of Probate Judge and Ned Towell, and no, I am not going to speak ill of Harriett Pierce. I am certain that she has carried out her responsibilities to the best of her ability.

October 22, 2010 | Harriet Kennaby Camden | Letters


School board needs leaders like Wood

It is a true blessing in our lifetime to stand up for a "cause" or to support people who will breathe life into that "cause" and see it through. I was fortunate to meet so many great citizens in Elgin while going door-to-door campaigning for a seat on the Kershaw County School Board. It was truly an enlightening experience. I believe I must have met over 400 people during this brief journey, all of whom shared their thoughts and opinions with me. Everyone seemed to share the same strong conviction of support for our children's education. I was moved ...

October 22, 2010 | Jeff Ramsey Elgin | Letters


Keep progress moving by voting

This upcoming midterm election has been the focus of all of the political pundits. And there is a rising concern about voter turnout among African Americans.

October 22, 2010 | Edward R. Allen Camden | Letters


Tucker is 'agent of his own undoing'

Based upon the information he has provided for public consumption, Sammie Tucker Jr. is neither qualified nor suited to be sheriff of Kershaw County. Mr. Tucker does not pay his bills. Mr. Tucker does not pay his taxes, and Mr. Tucker has not filed his required campaign material with the S.C. Ethics Commission. He appears to have allowed his automobile insurance to lapse. Yet Mr. Tucker wants to be elected sheriff.

October 22, 2010 | David Dean Lugoff | Letters


No justification for sales tax increase

The proposed 1 cent sales tax increase for Kershaw County, to be voted on November 2, is both inappropriate and ill-timed. With unemployment at 11.1 percent and economic conditions adversely affecting all citizens, especially the poor and middle class, it is unconscionable that County Council would allow this process to even get off the ground, The Capital Projects Commission did what they were asked to do; but they should never have been asked in the first place. If either of the projects proposed to be funded by this tax increase had been deemed "essential", then it should have been ...

October 22, 2010 | Ralph E. Sims Camden | Letters


Vote yes for progress

There is no question we all pay our share of taxes. Since taxes are necessary and one of two things that are certain (death being the other), it is refreshing to finally have local leaders working together in an effort to better our communities. What I am referring to is the Capital Sales Tax Project or "Penny For Progress Kershaw County."

October 22, 2010 | Johnny Deal Camden | Letters


Paper waste comes from all directions

"Think Green," "Reusable bags," "Recycle Paper" and many other phrases urge us to conserve paper. Obviously, two large groups have not understood the message. On each mail delivery day we receive between five and 13 pieces of waste mail. All are dropped, unopened, into the trash.

October 22, 2010 | Dr. Melissa Osborne Rembert | Letters


Wise on the mark

I am writing regarding Rev. Dr. P. W. Wise's letter, "Diversity, tolerance as American as apple pie," featured in the Chronicle-Independent Oct. 18. He is the pastor of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, located in downtown Camden.

October 22, 2010 | Carolyn Johnson Cassatt | Letters


Commission members voice their support for capital sales tax

In October of 2009, we were appointed by the Kershaw County Council to the Capital Sales Tax Commission. Over the months that followed, we worked diligently to understand exactly how the tax would work, to review 27 qualifying projects totaling over $77 million, and finally to narrow the list to eight projects as our final recommendation.

October 22, 2010 | Kershaw County Capital Sales Tax Commission Ted Davis, Melissa Emmons, Yulee Harrelson, Chuck Nash and Rickie Tiller | Letters


A penny here, a penny there

The polls are going to open Tuesday, November 2, at 7 a.m. and we again will be asked to choose the people we think are going to be the best to lead our county and state for the next few years. We will also be asked to decide if we want another penny added to the sales tax to fund projects across the county. This question is one of the most important of the entire election for Kershaw County residents for this will affect all of us for years to come. The penny for progress.com lobby has been ...

October 22, 2010 | Jeff Mattox Elgin | Letters


Few gives straight answers

Please tell me that I have just awoken from some bad dream. I have been researching the candidates running for S.C. House District 79, and I cannot believe what I am seeing.

October 22, 2010 | Shelby Price Lugoff | Letters


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Demon nickname and cheerleader uniforms

When I was told about the "Demon Nickname" article in Friday's paper, I was upset when I read the article. I was mad. Oh, by the way my daughter is a cheerleader.

August 27, 2014 | Craig Harvey, Proud Cheer Dad Lugoff | Letters


Parent of L-EHS cheerleader speaks out

I am writing about the negative article that appeared in the Camden Chronicle this past Friday concerning the Lugoff Elgin cheerleaders.

August 27, 2014 | Kimberly M. Sims Lugoff | Letters


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