Editorial

  Editorial - The Clinton Chronicle is pleased and honored to be part of a nationwide digital project to protect the history of newspapering, one of the nation’s oldest professions. Our “mission statement,” appearing in the upper corner of our former issues - once, yellowing pages in a book; now,...
  Editorial - You can drive out Hwy 72 North, past Clinton High School, headed toward Whitmire, and on the left you will pass a big building with a blue stripe. If you turn in and stop, get out of the car and look at it just right, on just the right kind of summer day, you will see a brilliant blue...
  EDITORIAL: Rural SC - we’re bouncing back   We think the City of Clinton should immediately re-invest the money coming in from the sale of the spec building at the Commerce 26 site in another spec building. Immediately - as in, right away. An announcement this week details the sale of the current...
EDITORIAL - We applaud the five members of the District 56 Board of Trustees who, last Wednesday night, made the decision to devote $1.4 million of public money to the upgrading of Wilder Stadium. Even as private funds were being solicited for a grand plan to bring Wilder Stadium into the 20th...
Editorial - Clinton residents and people charged every day with making the city a better place in which to live and work all bemoan the fact that young professionals and those in management positions here don’t live here. Virtually none of the professors of the PC School of Pharmacy live in Laurens...
  Clinton High School has a history of quality – some would say outstanding -- coaching in all sports. When you think of Red Devil coaches, the name Keith Richardson immediately comes to mind with 200+ wins and six state championships. We would submit and advance the argument that Clovis Simmons’...
What animal might the average Clinton resident use to describe Clinton City Manager Frank Stovall, whose last day is Friday? He has referred to himself as a lame duck more than once since announcing March 6 he is leaving to return to his home state of Virginia. And that is certainly accurate. All...
  “There’s a lot of pressure on those guys over there.” That was the sad response of someone close to the athletic department at Presbyterian College when told last Wednesday that Gregg Nibert had resigned as men’s basketball coach. Presidents have come and gone from PC since Nibert took the head...
Let’s say, at some point in the future, another student decides to chase a fellow student with a knife/book bag/stick in the Laurens school district. Further, let’s say a third student videos the encounter on a cell phone. The video clearly shows what each student did. One of them broke the law and...
Sandra Alexander, the friendly face in the first office inside the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce offices, died last week. She put up a brave and inspiring fight, but cancer won. Originally, she thought she had injured her back before doctors discovered the pain was caused by cancer. She was...

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