I was browsing the internet looking at different sites listing historical events of the past 100 years and was surprised to see how much of history had been left off. So many events which have taken place during the past century which have been instrumental in the growth of this country have been left out of our history books and articles of today.
Words fail me to express just how proud I am of the people in Charleston for the class they have exhibited in handling a senseless, tragic act of violence committed by a psychologically impaired individual. In this day and time, when our society seems to be seeking lower and lower morals and displaying less belief in God, it is the first and most encouraging sign of hope for salvation of our society I have seen in a number of years.
It appears the Confederate battle flag will soon be removed from the South Carolina Capitol grounds and placed in a museum where it belongs. What many believe to be a symbol of Southern heritage has now become a symbol of division. Only the flag of one sovereign nation should fly over the Capitol grounds. I endorse its removal in honor and wishes of my great-grandfather, a former Confederate soldier who wrote in his diary from Shanghai, Chine, on September 17, 1886:
Charleston is the latest city to be clouded with Satan's darkness.
The account of the KershawHealth's (KH) Board of Trustees June 9th meeting as reported in this past Friday's (June 12, 2015) issue could stand some clarification with respect to my comments during the public forum.
Yes, It is hot at my house, too. As a "good citizen, concerned for the earth," I don't push my thermostat to actual comfort level. There is a sauna at my house that I didn't pay for.
The Beechwood development process which has been ongoing for years proceeded on Tuesday, June 9, when Camden City Council approved the Planning Commission recommendation to rezone the Knights Hill Road property, thereby permitting the development of a 254-unit retirement community. This outcome was very predictable, given coordinated deliberations behind the scene well prior to the supposed open meeting to consider citizen input and then vote.
Our family was blessed to grow up in the Wateree (Kendall) mill village. The Kendall Mill played a very important role in our lives as it provided, through the hard work of our father, food for the table and clothes (what few there were) on our back. We were a happy crew – seven children plus Mama and Daddy – in that little mill village home that is still our gathering place today. How wonderful it is to still call it "home".
As a property owner of land contiguous to Beechwood and also as a citizen interested in seeing Camden move forward, I appreciate the opportunity to express my views via our local newspaper. I am not opposed to an upscale retirement community being developed on the Beechwood property. I think it could add value to our city, if properly executed, and be a good business proposition for the developers and future residents.
I am writing to agree with Mr. Burger's letter to the editor on June 3.
I read, with interest, Mr. Dan Burger's letter entitled "Hunt Cup resident unhappy about Beechwood plans." I had the privilege of working under Dan at the May Plant, and I know him to be an intelligent man of character and integrity. Therefore, it is with great respect for the man and his viewpoint with which I reflect upon his letter.
During this time of year when we celebrate Father's Day, I am reminded of my own heritage, and I am grateful for the way my father raised me.
I am a resident of Camden. I have lived here three times: first to work for DuPont in 1966; in the '80s as assistant plant manager at DuPont; and eight years ago to retire. I retired from Geneva, Switzerland as president of DuPont Europe, Middle East and Africa. I have lived in a variety of communities in the U.S. and Europe.
Utter disgust is an understatement with regard to the "political correctness" and liberal direction of the civilian "leadership" being exercised within the United States of America. This disgust extends from the national level down to the local level in both the public sector and the private sector, but most particularly in the public (governmental) sector. There seemingly is a growing disregard for the values our country was founded upon and defended by the sacrifices of those who have served to protect the values, peace and freedoms we enjoy. This disregard and "political correctness" has steadily grown during the past 20 ...
On behalf of the employees of the Elgin Post Office, please allow me to express my appreciation to our customers for their participation in the 23rd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" Letter Carriers Food Drive on May 9.
Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month, is an annual observance in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom for rememberance of ...
Most of us are ready, willing and able to take politicians and other leaders to task when things are less than our expectations would have ...
The Mt. Pisgah and Bethune areas once again find ourselves in the same situation we were in less than two years ago. I appeal to ...
By listening to the local radio station, WPUB, and reading the Chronicle-Independent, people in Kershaw County are encouraged to trade locally. Having grown up in ...
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