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  As we move into the middle of the semester, there is a flurry of activity on campus following Fall Break, and our students, faculty, and staff continue to be actively engaged in both the Clinton and PC communities in embodiment of the PC motto, “While we live, we serve.” We are proud of two of...
  The real estate is still there but what I saw and lived on Gordon Street at Clinton Mills is long gone. And to put it bluntly it ain’t coming back.  If there was any doubt it was settled before my pluperfect eyes right here on television just a few hour ago.  It will not be back here on the real...
At the risk of stating the obvious, our lives depend on nature’s vitality, and we ought to take better care of it. Consider the cereal we eat for breakfast! It comes to us each morning because of the wind. Bees, bats, flies, moths, beetles, butterflies, and birds may pollinate many other flowering...
The editor: Saturday September 24th, 2016, was a very special day for me. After over 49 years, my wife and I were able to visit my Vietnam Brother Charlie Roland, his wife Nancy and his son and daughter at his home in Clinton, South Carolina. We both served together in C Company 4th Engineers...
The editor: I am writing to express my concern over the explosion of industrialized chicken complexes in South Carolina. I recently received notification that two industrialized chicken facilities have been proposed in the land that adjoins our family farm. Twenty minutes into my research about...
Anybody out there remember the Bee Hive? Yeah, I don’t remember it either. My only connection to the Bee Hive is an artifact, a hook to hang your broom on, at the Clinton Museum that advertised the Bee Hive as a general wares store in Clinton. The Bee Hive is gone, as are countless other stores,...
  The t-shirt says it all: Give Peas A Chance. The Clinton Community Garden was officially “opened” last week, but the Garden has been producing vegetables all summer long. The Garden is an all-volunteer effort and the results of the free labor is also free – given to anyone who needs it. The...
The editor: The article published by Enviva Vice-President of Communication Kent Jenkins (in the Sept. 7 issue of The Chronicle) should give Laurens County residents and council members cause for concern. As residents of Sampson County (N.C.), we will be living with the destruction and disruption...
The editor: The Mountville residents who live near the existing barns voiced the health risks they encounter every day. Sadly, the daily stench, the devaluation of the nearby property, the increase of traffic and the certain damage to secondary roads was not a part of the discussion. Those problems...
There are two separate and distinct issues. Anyone who wants to talk about them together is wanting only to clutter one of the issues. One issue is innocent people being shot and killed by police officers. The other issue is the first issue leading to rioting and looting. Issue #1 may lead to Issue...

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