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Letters

  • Accident victim grateful for help

    We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude for the many acts of kindness shown during the motorcycle accident that occurred on Jan. 25, on Great Falls Highway. Thanks for the prompt response shown by the owner of  Tire Depot, EMS workers, fire departments, bystanders and a special thanks to Malcolm Benson for praying with me as I was pinned under the car.
    Thanks to The Lancaster News for your exemplary coverage of the accident, which helped me to engage the community in prayer on my behalf.

  • Robinson family grateful for support

    The family of Rose Dunlap Robinson would like to thank everyone who extended their love, prayers and donations during the “love benefit” program sponsored by the First Washington Baptist Church family.
    Every act of kindness you rendered is extremely appreciated.
    We solicit your continued prayers and blessings from God for Rose and the family.
    God bless all of you.

    The Robinson and Dunlap families
    Lancaster
     

  • Indian Land could become Cherry Road

    Yes sir, “We are Lancaster.” As one of our folks in Indian Land says. “We are the most confusing place.”
    All I can say is, “Honey, I was born in this confusing place 79 years ago and it’s still confusing.”  Growing up, I quickly found out that it was just as far up the road to Mr. Pettus’s Cotton Gin as it was down the road from his  cotton gin.

  • Writer shares thoughts on Lancaster residents

    A couple of thoughts about some folks in Lancaster County:
    u I’m wondering how it’s working out at Lancaster County EMS since Lanny Bernard and Donald Hyatt left a year ago. I guess someone thought it was better to put someone else in charge. Now that person is gone. What’s the deal there?

  • Seniors appreciate shoeboxes

    I would like to say a special thank you to everyone who donated gifts to the “Shoebox for Seniors” project in December 2011. The project is sponsored each year by the Lancaster County Council on Aging.

  • Hardins grateful for community support

    On Dec. 29, 2009, our lives were forever changed. As parents, our worst nightmare had been realized.
    We lost our oldest daughter, Elyse Rebecca Hardin, 15, in a tragic automobile wreck. Little sister, Ashlyn, lost her only sibling. We had no idea how we would ever be able to get through the days that followed.
    Three of our dear friends, Rena Walker, Shannon Thorne, and Teresa Brown, knew that it would be important to us to turn this tragedy into something positive. There had to be a way to reach out and help the youth in our area and honor Elyse at the same time.

  • Why isn’t drunk driver still in jail?

    On Jan. 8, my daughter and I were the first ones on the scene of an accident on Harrisburg Road in Indian Land.
    The driver, William Justin Rigsbee of Indian Land, was drunk and there were open containers in the vehicle and all over the road.
    My 10-year-old daughter found the passenger, Steve Lee Jones of Charlotte, in a ditch. He had been thrown from the vehicle, which had flipped. The passenger died there. This was very traumatic for my daughter.
    I just found out that the drunk driver has been released from jail on bond.   

  • Celebrate Super Bowl responsibly

    Super Bowl Sunday is all about coming together with friends and family to watch the big game and the commercials, while you eat, drink and cheer. Your neighbors at Anheuser-Busch and B & B Distributors also want to remind adult football fans to celebrate responsibly, whether you’re at a restaurant, bar or house party.

  • Congress interested in obstruction, not governance

    I would like to throw my two cents worth on a few random things.
    Frequent contributors to the letters section in this newspaper, such as Rudy Schmidt, Ronald Hopkins, Nicholas Pasquine and other neo-conservatives, like to blame this country’s economic woes on Democrats. This is a rather simplistic and biased viewpoint.

  • Those living with Alzheimer’s need support

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently released its draft framework for a National Alzheimer’s Plan, one year after the signing of the National Alzheimer’s Project Act. The bill was supported 100 percent by all members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.
    The effort to bring the disease to the forefront of national consciousness is a driving force for millions of caregivers whose loved ones have been stricken by this disease.