Opinions

  Now that they’ve done it, we need to watch for it. Clinton City Council on two readings six working days apart has dissolved the Department of Public Safety. It’s something City Manager Bill Ed Cannon told them he wanted to see done when they brought him in from Florida. The ordinance required...
  My Opinion: not the way to do things   Let me be perfectly clear from the start: this is my opinion as an unpaid, occasional column writer. This is not The Chronicle’s view. It’s mine. It is not an editorial. It’s a column. I have nothing to do with The Chronicle’s editorials and haven’t since I...
  HE WAS “THE MAN WHO REFUSED TO DIE”   People like this, they were just cut from a different cloth. Mr. Sid Oswald died this month at the age of 78. We printed his obituary, then we had a visitor. I had the chance to talk Mr. Sid’s son, Terry, who was still emotional about his dad’s passing....
STATE: GOOGLE INVESTING $600 MILLION IN ITS BERKELEY COUNTY OPERATIONS (near Charleston)     2018 marks the 10-year anniversary of landmark data center   BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. – Google today confirmed plans to further expand its existing campus in Berkeley County, marking the 10-year anniversary of...
  STATE: Dominion Energy to Host Meet and Greets About Merger   Are you interested in learning more about the proposed merger between Dominion Energy and SCANA/SCE&G? Dominion Energy is hosting public events across the state to educate citizens on their plan for a brighter energy future for...
SPRINGFIELD, IL—Ninety percent of the more than 1,000 people responding to the National Newspaper Association’s 2018 readership survey said that their community newspaper informs them. And 73 percent said that their hometown paper provides valuable local shopping and advertising information. The...
  I don’t know about you, but I refuse to be caught up in the negativity that seems to be prevalent in the news — on television, in the newspapers, Facebook, Twitter, or any other media format. So today, I’m devoting my column to positive things that are happening right here in Clinton, South...
  Friday, August 24th, will be the first football game for the Clinton Red Devils. They play at home against their larger county rival, the Laurens District 55 High School Raiders. Typically, the games are hard fought, competitive efforts often filed under the “slob knocker” category. However, this...
  With the coming of the new school year, my family will embrace a few milestones.   My oldest daughter will be a senior at Clinton High School and preparing to embrace the college campus that God will bless her to attend.  Our next in line will begin her wonder years at Clinton Middle School.  Our...
  You know these words, but how often do you stop to think about them? “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to...

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