Franklin Roosevelt wrote, “Human kindness has never weakened the stamina or softened the fiber of a free people. A nation does not have to be cruel to be tough.”
I am planning a vacation trip in November to South Carolina to do some family tree research in the area of Martin’s Creek near Seneca.
In reply to an article in your paper on Oct. 19, I need to make these comments.
In the recent Pickens County Council election campaigns we have heard various comments about tourism and its importance for the county.
I was intrigued by the Oct. 15 front-page article in The Journal concerning Oconee County’s efforts to recoup millions …
I attended the Pickens County School Board Meeting. There was a very good Q and A session in which citizens expressed their views in a civil manner.
Over the last few weeks the Ten At The Top regional planning group has held several general and regional forums about the “Shared Upstate Growth Vision Initiative” and other regional planning concepts.
At first I was appalled. I slid my paper out of its plastic sack this morning and there staring at me right off the front page is an elderly child of America’s schools and tradition with his …
I attended the Pickens County School Board meeting on Oct 11 beginning with the public forum at 6 p.m.
Elections have consequences, and the consequences of the 2006 and 2008 elections have been disastrous for our nation.
If we the people are the problem, the answer is education.
Now, thanks to the terrible, horrible, no-good health care reform law …
This morning I opened my newspaper and saw the announcement of an event to be held on Oct. 15 at Clemson University …
Compliments on your recent editorial informing your readers about the tax millage reduction. Readers need to know more about taxes.