Voters in Walhalla, Westminster, Salem and West Union took part in an important experiment Tuesday.
Editor: The recent response to my letter identifying some of the problems with socializing health care reflects numerous misunderstandings of what I said, conjoining and confusing distinct issues.
Dockside could one day be the first thing people see as they cross the U.S. Highway 123 bridge from Oconee County and enter the city of Clemson.
The recent columns by Doug LeCroy, “How far is too far?” (Oct. 26) and “Just more political chaos” (Nov. 2), once again show his devotion to the Fox News/Trump cult.
Willie: I am so happy that the Harper’s Five and Dime and Kimbrell’s buildings are finally in the city’s hands.
The votes have been counted, and in the two Oconee County cities with contested municipal races — and a lot of candidates to choose from— voters went with incumbents or returning candidates.
Willie: I hope our friends and neighbors know why our Federal Reserve is independent of politicians’ pressure on it to do their bidding.
Editor: This letter is in response to The Journal article on Oct. 25 titled “BAR members: Dockside not about appeasing community.”