I gave it 24-hours of thought. I slept on it. After careful, thoughtful and prayerful consideration, I have concluded Rep. Mike Pitts has lost his freaking mind.
He wants the State of South Carolina to register journalists. Just TV and newspaper reporters, he told The State paper. If you think that sounds like a reasonable idea (Why shouldn’t they have to register? What makes them special?), you should break out your pocket-sized copy of the United States Constitution.
Anyone wishing to address members of Laurens County Council – other than those invited by council – now have to register to speak in advance of the meeting.
2016 is certain to be both an exciting and challenging year for the City of Clinton.
As mentioned in last week’s article, Laurens County School District 56 will undergo its five-year accreditation visit in March of this year.
The Laurens County Community Theatre continues its 2015-16 season with the wacky comedy Southern Fried Funeral on Jan. 29, 30 and Feb. 4, 5, 6 with 7:30 p.m.
Tomorrow night, the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce brings An Elegant Evening to Clinton for kick off a new year’s activities. The Chamber annual meeting will begin with a 6 p.m.
For the first time since 2003, the SC Middle School Science Olympiad trophy will have a new winning team inscribed.
A kicker in two Super Bowls will be featured speaker Jan. 31 at the fourth annual Super Bowl breakfast hosted by First Baptist Church, Laurens.