In a quick phone call with a friend earlier this week, which may or may not have involved a few tears in what has turned out to be an exhausting week for us both, I caught myself verbalizing a prayer I’ve prayed a lot in the past month.
It’s safe to say there’s no offseason in sports, regardless of the level.
I often receive phone calls from people looking for the answer to the seemingly simple question: “What is my timber worth?”
Humans tend to default to the truth.
Here’s an interesting side note that has nothing to do with today’s opinion column.
By George, I think she’s done it.
I’ve never been a winter person. Once college football wraps up in January, I’d be happy to fast-forward into spring and summer — the latter my favorite time of year.
We are six weeks into the 2020 legislative session and seeing movement on several fronts. In this month’s column, I’d like to offer you an update on the future of state-owned utility Santee Cooper, business license tax reform, education reform and more.