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Today's Opinions

  • Letter: Reader has questions about moving library to Springs Block

    The possibility of the county council moving the public library to the Tucker Building on Main Street raises many questions.
    One matter left unsaid in the Lancaster News article is what will happen to the current library building and property on White Street. Will another county department move there? Could it be EMS?

  • Column: Greenway will make Lancaster more livable, boost our economy

    How often have you had that conversation with your neighbor? The one where you shake your head and wonder aloud about what this community needs to get back on the right path?
    What if I told you that the path is right in front of us, and that together we can build the vibrant future that Lancaster deserves?

  • Letter: Thanks to all at Heath Springs fest

    Thanks to all who participated and attended September Fest 2017 in Heath Springs on Sept. 16. Only because of you, it was a great success! Look forward to seeing you next year at September Fest 2018.

    Larry Kelly
    Rainbow Promise Enterprise
    Heath Springs

  • Letter: Let’s all unite in conservation

    I am 8 years old and in the third grade at SC Connections Academy. We are studying conservation in South Carolina.
    It is important to turn off lights so that we can save energy. Recycling plastic water bottles is good for the environment. Also remember that planting trees is good for our health. It is beautiful too.
    I am proud to be a South Carolinian. Don’t waste God’s resources. Thank you.

    Dreona McCoy
    Lancaster

  • Letter: You name it, Hillary’s blaming it

    As if the country hasn’t had enough of the Clintons’ narcissistic need for the limelight, we are now deluged with the “why I lost” book campaign of Hillary Clinton.
    She’s making sure she hits all the liberal news channels, which will never ask any important or meaningful questions. You name it, she’s blaming it.

  • Letter: Business owner goes extra mile

    In our society these days, people are always harping on the negative, so I want to share a story about something good in our community.
    Mr. Mike Gilmore is the owner of the UPS Store in Lancaster, and I utilize his store’s services often. At the beginning of August, I shipped my son a nice pendant and necklace, but the package was lost in the warehouse in Tennessee. When I realized my son did not receive his package, I contacted the UPS Store in Lancaster, and they investigated the matter.

  • Column: Why tax reform is essential

    When your tax code is 10 times longer than the Bible, you have a problem.
    Our current federal tax code is simply not benefiting American families. As I’ve said for far too long, Washington does not have an income problem, it has a spending problem.

  • Column: Constitution protects vile speech, with some limits

    Most reactions to the march by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., last month condemned the marchers, their message and their use of swastikas, chants and Nazi imagery. But there were also questions about why they were allowed to hold their march and spread their vile message of hate.
    The latter question is just one of the latest examples of a recent trend in which some are asking whether certain groups and individuals should be permitted to express views that offend others.