It’s Sunshine Week in South Carolina and the nation.
It is a time to recognize and encourage open government and letting the sun shine in on public documents and meetings.
You may not know there are problems with transparency in government in our state, but there are, despite our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
On behalf of the students and staff of Lancaster High School, we would like to express a heartfelt appreciation to the fans of the Lady Bruins basketball team. Our fans demonstrated fantastic support during the recent playoff run.
Winning a state championship is quite an accomplishment, and completing a season at 27-0 is phenomenal. This great group of young ladies handled themselves with class on and off the court. Coach Ronnie Robinson and his staff provided great direction and leadership. In short, he is the type of man you want your kids to be around.
In just two short years, the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center has gained a solid reputation as a premier venue for the documentation, preservation and promotion of Native American cultures and heritages.
I am writing to say a few things concerning the article on page 11 of the March 6 paper that asked, “Where are you going?” (Editor’s note: The article was part of a sponsored religious message, not a story.)
The person who wrote the article, Christopher Simon, seems to be very uninformed about the word of God.
Yes, Mr. Simon, we can know with certainty and announce that we are going to heaven. That is, if we believe God’s word.