Category: Letters

We welcome letters from our readers. Send your comments and observations to: The Editor, The Dillon Herald, P.O. Drawer 1288, Dillon, SC 29536. Letters must be signed and must contain a complete address (street/p.o. box and town) and a telephone number for verification. We do not publish or consider anonymous letters or letters without a verifiable name, address, and telephone number nor do we publish letters with names withheld. We reserve the right to edit letters or to refuse to publish letters at our discretion. Letters endorsing political candidates will not be run before an election. Letters from groups or organizations must run as paid advertisements.

I Believe In What Dillon Can Be

Dear Editor,
As I reflect over this year, and I reflect over the past year of my community, it honestly makes me sad. It makes me sad how much division I have seen It makes me sad how things have caused us to question our love for our neighbor. But through the sadness, I still believe in what Dillon, can be.

Disparity In Treatment

Editor’s Note: The following presentation was made by Mrs. Rachel Banks at the Dillon City Council meeting on October 14th.

Why Did S.C. Teachers Get A Higher Pay Raise Than Other State Employees?

To The Editor:
Why did SC Teachers get a higher pay raise this year than other State Employees?

Public-Private Partnership Letter Was Accurate

Dear Editor:
I believe the letter from Mr. Bo McInnis addressing the Dillon County Public-Private Partnership is accurate.

Dillon County Public-Private Partnership Board

To The Editor:
I watched a recent County Council meeting where Mike Tyler, Chairman of the Dillon County Public-Private Partnership for Economic Development, (DCPPP), made a presentation asking the county for $50,000.00 funding.

False Accusers

To The Editor:
Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 @ 2:35am
From my observation, generally when I hear of the racist card being played, it’s usually because a false accuser having nothing truthful wherewith to be critical, so he or she then uses the only hand they have left to play, the race baiting card.

You Got My Goat

Dear Editor:
The history of the saying “You got my goat” is accredited to owners of race horses that would put a goat in the stall with the horse, to calm the horse.

More On ‘Will Our Democracy Survive?’

To The Editor
of The Dillon Herald:
About: “Will Our Democracy Survive?”—Bishop Michael Goings [The Dillon Herald: May 23, 2019]

Response Given On Letter About “Will Our Democracy Survive?”

0 Response Given On Letter About “Will Our Democracy Survive?” Dear Editor, I am sending this letter to you in response to Gerald M. Berry’s response of Bishop Goings’ article on Will Our Democracy Survive? First, I want to say that I will not be as lengthy as Mr. Berry’s bias analysis and dissection of…

Response Given On Letter About “Will Our Democracy Survive?”

0 To the Editor: This is my response to the article written by Bishop Michael Goings, “Will Our Democracy Survive” May 23, 2019. My comments will also reference an opposing view written by Mr. Gerald M. Berry. Although, Mr. Berry admits to having read selective articles by Bishop Goings, it appears that this particular article…