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Labor Day is a special day

Labor Day is a special time of year for this former union member and the Medicare system always comes to mind.

September 05, 2017 | Edward R. Allen Camden | Letters


Let’s maintain our existing tennis courts

One of the first and best impressions Camden made upon me when I moved back here in the '90s was the number of neighborhood parks and tennis courts that were available to its residents. Now, like your guest columnist, Phil Noble, I must make a "full disclosure": I am a tennis player. Shortly after I came to town, I started playing the game again for the first time since high school, tentatively at first, secretly hitting the ball for hours against the concrete wall at Scott Park, finally working up my courage to play a little doubles. I had fun ...

September 05, 2017 | Doug Rogers Camden | Letters


Thanks to officers who helped

I would like to thank the two city of Camden police officers who stopped to help me last Saturday (Aug. 19) in the 100-plus degree heat when my car overheated and died. One's name was Smith and the other I did not get, but thank you both!

September 01, 2017 | David Trimnal Rembert | Letters


It’s long past time to take back our highways

There is no justice in South Carolina for DUI victims!

September 01, 2017 | Darlene Hudson Lugoff | Letters


Scott’s overdue concern for Trump’s morality

My mouth dropped in disbelief when I watched S.C. Senator Tim Scott on Face the Nation, Sunday, August 20. Tim Scott has voted in lockstep accord with the [resident virtually every day of Trump's presidency. On Face the Nation, under the close interview by John Dickerson, Sen. Scott -- perhaps for the first time -- was able to find fault with the president's "moral compass" because of the president's initial refusal to condemn the Nazi and KKK element in Charlottesville who violently protested for white supremacy with weapons and torches in hand.

August 25, 2017 | Nancy Larsen Lugoff | Letters


Traffic lights needed on U.S. 521

I think lighting of the exit ramp at I 20 and US 521 is an excellent idea; however, there is another issue that needs to be addressed: traffic lights.

August 08, 2017 | | Letters


Writer disagrees with cartoon

At last, the United States is making a stand against South Korea's determination to have nuclear weapons that will reach the United States. The cartoon by Gary Markstein in the Chronicle on 8/4/17 leads one to believe that Markstein could sympathize with Kim Jong Un. Putting a President of the United States in such a cartoon, be it a political statement or not, was in extremely poor taste; publishing such a cartoon in a quality newspaper was in equally poor taste.

August 08, 2017 | | Letters


Writer wonders what goes on behind closed doors

Camden is like a little Washington, D.C. -- so much corruption going on behind closed doors, even in so-called public meetings. When a person can't comment in a public hearing, something is bad wrong. When a committee is laughing and joking in a public hearing, there is no telling what goes on behind closed doors.

August 08, 2017 | | Letters


There’s plenty of blame to go around

This is in reply to Charlie Humphries' letter to the editor in the July 25, 2017, edition of the C-I.

August 04, 2017 | Joe Melanson Lugoff | Letters


Letter writer should remember GOP’s intent for last president

Recently, Mr. Charlie Humphries' letter to the editor indicated he is disappointed in our country's conduct. He is blaming the media, democrats and the left-leaning liberals.

August 04, 2017 | Edward Allen Camden | Letters


Writer disappointed in country’s conduct

I am badly disappointed in the conduct of my country since the last presidential election. Whether the populace wanted Trump, or did not want Hilary, is beside the point. We, the people, gave the position to Trump by our vote.

July 25, 2017 | Charlie Humphries Lugoff | Letters


A better response to potential abuse

The headlines read "Jury awards $225,000 to county couple in DSS case." Whether you read the details or not, you come away knowing that something went wrong. As a social service provider in Kershaw County for over 25 years, I have witnessed the good, the bad and the ugly and there is no denying this is bad and ugly. But there is also no denying that if we are to insure that our county responds better, we must address the underlying issues.

June 27, 2017 | Donny Supplee, president United Way of Kershaw County | Letters


Writer thankful for Camden IGA 'angel'

Sometimes, an angel appears when you least expect it.

June 20, 2017 | Laura Thompson Camden | Letters


Long-term growth must be addressed

Now that all the budgets in Kershaw County have been adopted and we're a year away from the next budget process, there's merit in thinking about the budget issues facing Kershaw County moving forward.

June 16, 2017 | Dr. Frank E. Morgan KCSD Superintendent | Letters


Big thanks to VFW

As a guest, I found your recognition and celebration of this most important day, Memorial Day, held at the American Legion in Camden, to be very patriotic and impressive.

June 09, 2017 | Betty Smyrl Camden | Letters


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Letter: Still many good people living here

This is a little note to let our citizens of Kershaw County know that we still have many good people living in our area.

June 22, 2018 | Belton J. Livingston Jr. Lugoff | Letters


Letters: June is Alzheimer's Awarness Month

Did you know? June is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month, and the Alzheimer's Association together with advocates are encouraging families to talk about memory ...

June 22, 2018 | Sherry R. Martin Camden | Letters


Letter: All-America City finalist congratulations

As president of the National Civic League, I am thrilled to personally congratulate Kershaw County on being selected as a finalist for the All-America City ...

June 19, 2018 | Doug Linkhart, president National Civic League | Letters


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