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Today's Opinions

  • Good Samaritan came to couple’s aid

    There are still a few good men on God’s earth. On Sunday, March 9, my husband and I went to check on my mother in the Lancaster Convalescent Home. Rushing to go in, my husband missed a step on the sidewalk and fell on his hands and knees.

    I could not get him up alone, but an older man saw what happened, got out of his car and asked if he could help. So, he, God and I got my husband up.

    I did not get his name but I would like to thank him for for his kind deed. There are still good people around.

    Teresa Massey

    Lancaster

  • Suggestions for improving Lancaster

    I would like to share some ideas for Lancaster County Council members to consider. The biggest problem facing the county is the lack of jobs. Lancaster continues to be at the top of the list for unemployment. There are some things council can do to become an attractive place for a business to open or relocate.

  • David Doyle of Sun City alive and well

    We wish to clarify that the David Doyle of Indian Land obituary in the March 2 issue of The Lancaster News is not the David W. Doyle of Sun City Carolina Lakes in Indian Land. 

    David W. Doyle is alive and well and continues to collect for St. Philip Neri and Our Lady of Grace Knights of Columbus Council 14765 charities. He looks forward to seeing all of you soon.

    We extend our sincere sympathies to the family and friends of the late David Doyle.

    Connie and David W. Doyle

    Indian Land

  • Grateful that Abbotts will continue therapy

    Having read with interest the article about negotiations between the University of South Carolina Lancaster and the hospital regarding the possible transfer of therapy program, I was happy to learn that I can seamlessly continue my physical therapy with Jimmy and Erica Abbott.

    They have provided me with professional, thorough and compassionate care for various problems for several years.

  • County treasurer listening to you

    As part of my promise to improve the outreach of the Lancaster County Treasurer’s Office, I’ve enjoyed publishing these updates about what we do in the office and giving out practical advice about your taxes, as well as information about upcoming deadlines.

    While it’s important to talk about what we’re doing at the Treasurer’s Office, it’s even more important to listen to the taxpayers we serve. I invite you to send your questions, comments and thoughts to me directly via email at carriehelms@lancaster countysc.net.

  • Lucas family grateful for support after fire

    The Lucas family experienced a devastating house fire on Jan. 25. The fire created huge damage, leaving a family of six without a home. Everyone got out safe, but they lost their home.

    But the community – individuals, churches and businesses – responded immediately with necessities for the family.

    We are so grateful to the outpouring of support from everyone. We thank you all. Your special ways and generous heart make a beautiful difference.

    May the Lord bless you.

    The Lucas family:

  • Christians must stand up to atheists

    Atheists are trying to keep a cross from being erected at the 911 Memorial site. We, who love Jesus, must take a stand against this.

    Atheists have their rights, but they shouldn’t push them on us.

    We, who believe, must stand up for our rights, also.

    Carl Miles

    Lancaster

  • Fight continues for sunshine on an open government

    It is Sunshine Week. No, don’t break out the SPF 70 sunscreen...this week is about shining light on government activities.

    Lest we forget, letting the sun shine on government actions and records is vital to our free democratic system of government.

    While efforts to improve government transparency in our Legislature have stalled for the last two years, there are those in the Palmetto State still fighting the good fight for more sunshine.

    First let’s recognize the journalists.