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Choice for sheriff made clear

During the spring of 2009 my gravel road was in the process of being paved. The contractors engaged by the county made such a mess of the job that I was not surprised to learn that it was their first municipal road project. Parking lots and driveways were the extent of their previous experience. I decided to get someone in county government involved to sort out this mess so I attempted to contact my county councilman, Sammie Tucker. The Kershaw County website had no e-mail address (at the time) but listed a phone number, for Mr. Tucker, so I called ...

October 06, 2010 | Mike Greer Rembert | Letters


Tucker will stand up for voters

I was undecided initially about who would be the best candidate for Kershaw County sheriff. However, after reading the article I realized who would be the person with the character needed to represent the people of Kershaw County. It's my belief that despite these financial woes, Mr. Tucker is a man with the integrity and determination to represent the people.

October 01, 2010 | Willie "Chuck" Qualls Elgin | Letters


Few a 'woman of accomplishment, vision'

Your Friday, Sept. 24, edition ran a front-page article on the results of the special Democrat primary explaining that the next State House representative for District 79 will be either Democrat Mia Butler of Columbia or Republican Sheri Few from Lugoff.

October 01, 2010 | Larry Risvold Elgin | Letters


Is Haley an advocate of violence?

One of Haley's recent television ads shows a picture of Sheheen, her opponent in the governor's race, and asks if he is whom the voters should select.

October 01, 2010 | Jean Pruett Camden | Letters


Senior citizens all 'has-beens' to Haley

"Has-been." This is the quote of Tim Pearson, campaign manager of gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley, referring to John Rainey, a South Carolinian from Anderson and a conservative Republican for many years. This remark has yet to be repudiated by Ms. Haley.

October 01, 2010 | Ann L. Hagan Camden | Letters


Matthews is best suited for sheriff

Two candidates are in the race for sheriff of Kershaw County. James O. Matthews and Sammie Tucker Jr. The names are in alphabetical order. Let us compare the known facts about the candidates.

October 01, 2010 | David Dean Lugoff | Letters


Moped rider responds

My dog is in my arm; I have both hands on the steering -- it is just as safe as not riding with her at all.

September 24, 2010 | David S. "Scotty" Howle Camden | Letters


Moped rider responds

My dog is in my arm; I have both hands on the steering -- it is just as safe as not riding with her at all.

September 24, 2010 | David S. "Scotty" Howle (and Scooter, the dog) Camden | Letters


Letter: IRS offers one-time special filing relief program for small charities

In a community such as ours, odds are that the Chronicle-Independent's readers are associated with one or more small nonprofit organizations. We would like to get the word out that some small nonprofit organizations are at risk of losing their tax-exempt status because they have not filed required returns with the Internal Revenue Service for 2007, 2008 and 2009. It is important that they act now to preserve their status by filing returns by Oct. 15, 2010.

September 17, 2010 | Jane M. Peacock, CPA - Sheheen, Hancock & Godwin LLP Camden | Letters


Letter: Educational straw man nothing but chaff

It is an accepted truth that one of the best ways to win or influence a debate is to frame the issue in your own terms.

September 17, 2010 | Jeff Mattox Elgin | Letters


Letter: Moped, motorcycle violation enforcement needed

I would like to know when the Camden Police and the S.C. Highway Patrol are going to crack down on moped and motorcycle infractions?

September 17, 2010 | Bob Dornblaser Camden | Letters


Letters: Yemassee preserves depot; why can't Camden?

Now I'm really puzzled! In the Aug. 26 edition of The State newspaper, it was reported that "Yemassee closes deal on rail depot." The article goes on to state that "The town council in the town of 860 people this week closed a deal to buy the closed depot from CSX Transportation. Residents hope to renovate the depot that holds memories for thousands of Marines. While the depot is closed, Yemassee is still a working station and the only Amtrak stop between Charleston and Savannah.

September 01, 2010 | | Letters


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Letter: Industry favors the prepared

I have heard arguments over the cost of economic development since I began my career in community and economic development in 1963. It was then ...

June 05, 2018 | Dan Mackey Camden | Letters


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