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Today's Opinions

  • Let Sanford know how you feel about his proposal

    This letter is out of concern about the closing of the University of South Carolina at Lancaster campus. I want to thank Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis for his description of Gov. Mark Sanford. When I heard about the governor’s proposal to close USCL on WSOC News, I used the same words – looney tunes and out of his mind.

    I know the economy is bad and I understand our state has to watch the budget. I do not understand why the governor wants to take away something that is so important to our county.

  • Let ‘your’ governor know how you feel

    On Jan. 11, I went to the www.scgovernor.com Web site to send an e-mail to Mark Sanford to express my disappointment about his misinformed views of the University of South Carolina at Lancaster.

    I wanted to inform your governor that his information was flawed and he should take another look at what impact the regional campus in Lancaster had on this area.

  • Sanford’s priorities skewed

    I am outraged at Mark Sanford’s proposal to close the University of South Carolina at Lancaster as a way to cut costs in the state budget. My family is personally affected by his proposal.

  • Closing USCL would be Sanford’s biggest mistake

    I think it is a shame that Gov. Mark Sanford would even consider closing the University of South Carolina Lancaster campus.

    My daughter signed up for classes last week, and has a LIFE scholarship and a PELL grant. We make too much money for her to qualify for any other type of financial aid, yet we don’t make enough to pay tuition at a four-year state university. We make less than $50,000 per year, yet the government doesn’t take into consideration we are a family of seven and we have to pay rent, utilities, car payments, etc.

  • Agency grateful for Shoebox for Seniors donations

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the wonderful people who donated gifts to Shoebox for Seniors, a project sponsored by the Lancaster County Council on Aging.

  • Goodwill grateful for donations

    We live in an extraordinarily caring community. While that fact is not new, it is certainly worth repeating and celebrating. Let me add one more example.

  • USCL campus prepared writer for navel career

    I read Jenny Hartley’s wonderful article on Gov. Mark Sanford’s proposal to close the University of South Carolina at Lancaster campus.

    As a 2001 graduate, (associate’s degree in science), it gave me the education I needed to have a successful naval career (seven years, making E-6 in six years).

    USCL helped me complete my bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State College.

  • Smith top of class on hardwood

    In South Carolina, high school football has the legendary John McKissick.

    His counterpart in Palmetto State hoops would likely be Great Falls High School’s John Smith.

    McKissick is the legendary Summerville High School head football coach, who is the winningest prep football coach in the country.

    Smith, a Lancaster native and a former Lancaster High School basketball star, stands just as tall in his respective sport.

    Smith, in 40 seasons guiding the Red Devils, has more than 800 wins – an average of 20 victories a season.