Articles in Editorials
South Carolina has been generally accommodating to the federal government’s nuclear waste disposal needs over the decades, based on the promise that the highly radioactive material would be eventually shipped out of Savannah River Site to a permanent storage facility.
We’ve often opined in this spot how the myth that newspapers are struggling is more a case of some outlets having poor business models — rushing to cater to perceived demand for digital products and social media content — than any real change in their importance within a community or society as a whole.
In recent years, Steak in Oconee has become an annual highlight on the fall calendar — a chance to celebrate the county’s rich and vibrant agriculture industry and for business leaders, farmers, elected officials and others to gather and discuss how to engage youth in agriculture, as well as ways to help local farmers grow their productions.
As we celebrate a holiday that honors the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our great country, we hope you’ll join us for an event that allows us to put work aside for an evening to enjoy some good food and fun.