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Today's Opinions

  • Guest Column: Navigating utility crisis is key to S.C. energy future

    Two years ago, South Carolina received the worst financial news in its history.
    Santee Cooper and its partner SCE&G were abandoning construction of two nuclear reactors in Fairfield County, leaving the utilities $4 billion and $5 billion in debt, respectively.
    For most of the following two years, the utilities battled their critics who opposed ratepayers being made to pay any of the nuclear debt. Most believe the debacle resulted from the utilities’ poor management decisions, public deceit and possible criminal behavior.

  • Letter: What’s next for Wilma Faile?

    I enjoy Brian Melton’s articles. Especially the recent one about Wilma Faile after the passing of her husband Ronnie.
    Wilma’s skunk story in 2015 was so funny. We enjoyed visiting her and Ronnie at that time. Wilma is a talented person on anything she does.
    Wilma’s paintings of her husband were perfect. I enjoyed watching her at work on them. Wilma is a creative person. What’s next, Wilma? Can’t wait to see.

    Nancy Vincent
    Kershaw

  • Column: More memories of Lancaster mill pool

    A couple of months ago, The Lancaster News Editor Brian Melton wrote an interesting personal perspective article about the Springs Lancaster Plant, in which he mentioned fond memories of the mill pool.
    I want to share my own quick memory of the mill pool, and, more importantly, tell you about a part of the pool that is still around.
    As a boy, I lived on Fickling Drive, across from what is now Sambo’s 903 Drive In.

  • Column: More memories of Lancaster mill pool

    A couple of months ago, The Lancaster News Editor Brian Melton wrote an interesting personal perspective article about the Springs Lancaster Plant, in which he mentioned fond memories of the mill pool.
    I want to share my own quick memory of the mill pool, and, more importantly, tell you about a part of the pool that is still around.
    As a boy, I lived on Fickling Drive, across from what is now Sambo’s 903 Drive In.

  • Column: More memories of Lancaster mill pool

    A couple of months ago, The Lancaster News Editor Brian Melton wrote an interesting personal perspective article about the Springs Lancaster Plant, in which he mentioned fond memories of the mill pool.
    I want to share my own quick memory of the mill pool, and, more importantly, tell you about a part of the pool that is still around.
    As a boy, I lived on Fickling Drive, across from what is now Sambo’s 903 Drive In.

  • Column: More memories of Lancaster mill pool

    A couple of months ago, The Lancaster News Editor Brian Melton wrote an interesting personal perspective article about the Springs Lancaster Plant, in which he mentioned fond memories of the mill pool.
    I want to share my own quick memory of the mill pool, and, more importantly, tell you about a part of the pool that is still around.
    As a boy, I lived on Fickling Drive, across from what is now Sambo’s 903 Drive In.

  • Column: More memories of Lancaster mill pool

    A couple of months ago, The Lancaster News Editor Brian Melton wrote an interesting personal perspective article about the Springs Lancaster Plant, in which he mentioned fond memories of the mill pool.
    I want to share my own quick memory of the mill pool, and, more importantly, tell you about a part of the pool that is still around.
    As a boy, I lived on Fickling Drive, across from what is now Sambo’s 903 Drive In.

  • Column: More memories of Lancaster mill pool

    A couple of months ago, The Lancaster News Editor Brian Melton wrote an interesting personal perspective article about the Springs Lancaster Plant, in which he mentioned fond memories of the mill pool.
    I want to share my own quick memory of the mill pool, and, more importantly, tell you about a part of the pool that is still around.
    As a boy, I lived on Fickling Drive, across from what is now Sambo’s 903 Drive In.