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Today's Opinions

  • Folks can sell produce at Street Market

    I am writing to respond to Lois Knight’s letter, “County should give special consideration for seller,” published in The Lancaster News on April 26. She was voicing her concern that her neighbor, who is unemployed, had been told that he could no longer sell produce from his yard to raise extra money.

  • Restricting man's ability to sell produce 'anti-American'

    I would like to thank letter writer Lois Knight for letting us know what happened to the man selling produce on Camp Drive. We had wondered why he closed so suddenly.

    We are retired and on a fixed income and it was very convenient for us to stop by on our way to or from the shopping areas instead of driving miles to find fresh produce. We also enjoyed visiting while buying produce.

  • Letters to the editor

     

    Stoplights 

    in town need 

    to be reset

  • Cherish those who have the courage to speak out

     

    Something special happened on April 15: Tens of thousands of South Carolinians from all walks of life assembled for “TEA parties” at dozens of locations across the state. Their rallies, of course, came on a day many people have come to dread – Tax Day.

  • Hudson distinguishes himself on, off the field

    Ken Hudson has distinguished himself in a host of endeavors in a life of service to others. Hudson had an outstanding career in education working with the Lancaster County School District.

    The plus for the district is that Hudson was able to share his talent with schools throughout the county. He worked in a variety of fields, including guidance, teaching, coaching, administration and as an athletics director.

  • Community garden worth the sweat

    Vegetable gardens were once commonplace in Lancaster County. So, when springtime rolled around, it was time to prepare the garden.

    Time to plow the ground, fertilize the soil and plant the seeds for what would hopefully be a bountiful summer crop. Green beans, limas, peas, okra, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes and corn. Yum, how tasty they were when they were fresh  from the garden in the good ole summertime.

  • Letters to the editor

     

    Letters to the editor

    Red Rose Trivia Trek 

    was a success

  • CareNet is a vision of caring physicians

    There is more to the story of CareNet and more people to thank than were listed in the March 25 article, “CareNet helping people every day.”

    I had the honor and priviledge to work with Dr. Malcolm Edwards, Dr. Jim Holt and Dr. John Story in 1991 to start CareNet.