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How times have changed
December 6, 2016 – 12:25 am | No Comment
How times have changed | Test

I was thinking the other day about Christmas and how the way we celebrate it now has changed.

Popular vote not representative
December 2, 2016 – 10:29 pm | No Comment
Popular vote not representative | Test

Response to Dec. 1 letter to editor about the majority should win.

Don’t use the royal ‘we’
December 2, 2016 – 10:28 pm | No Comment
Don’t use the royal ‘we’ | Test

Don’t use the royal ‘we’

More questions on economic growth
December 1, 2016 – 9:03 pm | No Comment
More questions on economic growth | Test

The Nov. 19 Journal shared some interesting potential revenue generating data.

To remember
December 1, 2016 – 9:02 pm | No Comment
To remember | Test

Hearing about the fires in the mountains brought back memories of when my husband, Terry Harper, was living.

Appalled at elk photo
December 1, 2016 – 12:23 am | No Comment
Appalled at elk photo | Test

The Journal displayed an appalling lack of judgment in publishing the photo of the Keowee Key resident petting the elk that has frequented the Salem area.

We are truly ‘Stronger Together’
December 1, 2016 – 12:23 am | No Comment
We are truly ‘Stronger Together’ | Test

Millions of people, regardless of party affiliation, were shocked and disappointed by the 2016 presidential election results.

Right to privacy trumps choice
November 30, 2016 – 12:22 am | No Comment
Right to privacy trumps choice | Test

I read the article about the transgender student in Pickens County, his arrest and the police confrontation concerning his bathroom choice.

On Trump and Robinson
November 29, 2016 – 12:25 am | No Comment
On Trump and Robinson | Test

On Nov. 19, The Journal ran Norman Cannada’s piece about New Yorkers not celebrating the election of President Donald Trump.

Time to take responsibility
November 25, 2016 – 10:26 pm | No Comment
Time to take responsibility | Test

Hardly a morning goes by that there’s not the report of a shooting or stabbing. Human life seems to mean nothing anymore.