Category: Editorials/Opinions

Editorial Cartoon: No Chickens?

Column: Back-To-School Shopping

It’s that time of year! The season of searching for #2 pencils, brightly colored binders, and that oh-so- special book bag is here. It’s an exciting time, full of anticipation for school-aged children and their parents.

Newsprint Tariff Will Hurt Newspapers

Local newspapers are the backbone of their communities and the tie that bonds the citizens of these communities together.

Newsprint Tariff Will Be Detrimental To Newspapers

There are two things you need to know about newspapers.
Newspapers are important to community life and democracy. Always have been.

Election Time

Election time is just around the corner.

When Local Businesses Thrive, So Does The Community

If you’ve got shopping to do, the national “big-box” and ecommerce retailers can seem like an appealing option. They’re often located close to the Interstate.

Small Newspapers Make A Big Difference

Of the many factors that contribute to a community’s quality of life, one that’s often under-appreciated is the local newspaper.

Dominion Energy And SCE&G: Building A Better Future For South Carolina

The proposed partnership between South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G) and its parent company, SCANA, with Dominion Energy would benefit all South Carolinians.

Dillon County Needs Professional Economic Development Director

Dillon County Economic Development Director Tonny McNeil resigned last week, and the county began advertising for a replacement; however, instead of advertising for an Economic Development Director, the county is advertising for an Economic Development Project Manager.

Four Rules To Save The NFL

Nobody loves the Redskins more than I do. However I was forced this year of 2017 to choose, or not choose, to support a league whose employees kick, throw, and run around a ball made of pigskin making millions of dollars while disrespecting our tradition of honoring our servicemen, our policeman, and especially our Nation’s Flag and what it represents to so many of us.