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  The Editor, I am writing this on behalf of the American Legion Auxiliary and myself. I have been president for the past 20 years and am 92 years old. All of the ladies in the Auxiliary have almost caught up with me, some have passed me, so you can see why we can’t continue. No one has come...
STATE - Beware of Scams in the Wake of Hurricane Florence   COLUMBIA – The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) is advising consumers to be on the lookout for scams in the wake of Hurricane Florence.  Scammers often follow the headlines in search of their next victims. Keep the...
  I am not going to participate in this event, but it is an issue I feel strongly about and there is a connection to Laurens County. I turn 65 on the 29th of this month and, increasingly, I realize I have less and less time left. Domestic violence, certainly, will live on without me - but there is...
  PC students began moving back onto campus on Saturday, August 18. More than 400 new students have become new residents of the City of Clinton. It didn’t take them long to begin helping their neighbors. As you can imagine, more than a thousand people in all moving into dorms can accumulate lots of...
  The Editor,   I would like to thank the Clinton Chronicle for allowing me to present this information to the people in school district 56.  When the school district consolidation issue was front and center back in the spring, after Representative Mike Pitts had pushed through the SC House a bill...
A REMEMBRANCE
EDITORIAL - When Your Freedom Isn’t Free   If you want to know anything from the City of Clinton - and you want to use existing state law to find out - just fill out a form and attach $3. Effective Sept. 11th, that’s your cost for freedom of information. In the government’s on-going campaign to get...
  STATE - New study provides roadmap for merging small school districts, aiding student & teacher success   Columbia – South Carolina’s extremely small school districts likely spend too much on administration, are inefficient, and do not have the tax base to provide an education that meets the...
  COLUMBIA – As part of South Carolina’s continued efforts in combatting the opioid epidemic, healthcare professionals, state and local agencies, concerned citizens and law enforcement will once again come together for the S.C. Governor’s Opioid Summit, which will be held tomorrow (Sept. 6) at the...
CLEAN-UP TODAY -- ENVIRONMENT: PalmettoPride, Keep South Carolina Beautiful and Partners Create the Edisto River Adopt-A-Landing Grant   Columbia – In an effort to encourage behavior change around littering, PalmettoPride, Keep South Carolina Beautiful, Walther Farms and Keep America Beautiful have...

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