Letter to the Editor

  The editor: Curt Childress and Jay Weisner would like to thank the editor of The Clinton Chronicle for allowing the publication of all the corrections to the erroneous information Dr. Peters, his trusted followers, and the majority of the school board constantly and profusely poured forth to the...
  The Editor: Laurens County lost a valued and trusted public servant in late August with the death of Elaine Martin.  Ms. Martin served for more than 50 years as a librarian in the Laurens County Library system. I attended her funeral on August 24, and the sense of loss among her extended family...
  The editor: This week, Mrs. Patsy Adams wrote a very thoughtful letter to the GoLaurens Editor about the uncertainty of the spending of $109,000,000 in a bond referendum, provided that it were to pass. During her research, she came to the conclusions that nothing has been identified as facts. In...
  The Editor: Dear Civic Leaders and Residents of Clinton, Thanks for a great eclipse!  My husband and I traveled from New York to see the eclipse with no real plan for where we were going to end up. We made the decision rather spontaneously and knew that our lack of planning would make trying to...
  The Editor: Laurens County is a wonderful place to live. The people in this county have poured their support toward the Narvella Rose Little scholarship fund. I would like to begin by thanking my scholarship committee for their hard work all year long. Our mistress of ceremonies was Ms. Barbara...
LETTER: The county's spending problem   The Editor:  This county doesn't have a revenue problem, it has a spending problem. Why would anyone vote for more tax in name of their kids education.  SC has one of the worst education systems in the nation, so in essence a increase in taxes for schools...
  I wanted to respond to the  August 8 county council meeting.  First, I want to thank Sheriff Reynolds for his attempt to bring peace and civility to the meeting which could have gotten out of control. Then, I want to thank Councilman Jones for standing up for the citizen who was being  rudely...
  To all the folks who get a City of Clinton utility bill. Stop complaining and do something about it. The City of Clinton gets over 75% of its income for 2018 from utility billings; the City of Clinton has not increased property taxes enough over the years to pay for its operations so we pay for...
  Two hundred-thirty seven years ago, a special event on the road to American independence from Great Britain occurred at Edward Musgrove’s mill. This special event occurred shortly after a most disastrous event occurred at Camden, SC.   At the direction of Patriot General William McDowell,...
  Reference the Kitch Remembers article on yard brooms in the August 2 edition of the Chronicle: I got quite a chuckle out of this and wanted to comment on my experience with the brooms. Growing up at Thornwell in the early 50's, I got to put these brooms to good use, but we referred to them as "...

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