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Today's Opinions

  • Van Wyck has plan for future

    Lancaster County Councilman Brian Carnes (District 7) wrote a very interesting column in the Aug. 24 edition of The Lancaster News entitled “Lancaster needs a vision for its future.”

  • Cruisers honor Wounded Warrior Project

    On May 17, the Memory Lane Cruisers held their annual car show in conjunction with the Red Rose Festival held in downtown Lancaster. We would like to thank everyone who participated in the show. We had 44 cars and one motorcycle registered. This is the largest participation in several years.

  • Local voters have clear choice in solicitor’s race

    When it comes to prioritizing public safety, Lancaster County Republicans have worked hard to ensure our law enforcement and judicial needs are well-funded.

    Over the last two years, Lancaster County Council, with a Republican majority, has funded a number of new positions in the sheriff’s and solicitor’s offices.

    These will help work to ensure that Lancaster County doesn’t see the kind of rampant violence that is all too common just to the north of our county in Charlotte.

  • More results, less workshops needed

    I attended the Lancaster County Economic Development Corp. workshop on the 2015 Economic Development Strategic Plan at the City of Light on Aug. 13. There were nine of us – two County Council members, two developers, four residents and a reporter.

    People I discuss this with seem to have had enough strategic planning, workshops, committees and overlays.

    All the gatherings ask the same questions, talk about the same problems and the progress is zero. I know all the organizations need to justify their existence, but could you please be more creative?

  • Make wise investment in God’s word

    “Have you driven a Ford lately?” Do you remember that catchy phrase? Some of you may be too young to have heard of it. That was when America’s economy was booming and there were plenty of jobs to go around. Now, we look for ways to invest what we have, wisely, so it will build interest and hold us over in the days to come.

  • IL contract post office will be missed

    I am a regular customer at the post office in Indian Land located inside Liberty Tax (behind the Gate station on U.S. 521).

    I’m usually in there twice a week or more, but today (Aug. 20), when I went to mail a package, there was a note on the door that says they are closed permanently and that they appreciated all of our business.

    I’m shocked and disappointed to hear this news. I’m curious to know why they closed and would love to read it in Carolina Gateway.

    The Indian Land post office and its employees will be greatly missed.

  • Reader bemoans lack of common courtesy

    How about a small section about those little things that are rude, inconsiderate, who-cares and the-world-revolves-around-me people.

    We could start with, well, let’s see. How about the food store?

  • Earmark reform not just federal issue

    Your state will spend around $25 billion this year. That is a vast amount of money, but you know virtually nothing about what’s being spent, or why. That’s not because you’re uninformed or lazy. The state budget is designed to be as opaque, secretive and abstruse as possible.