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 We do not publish or consider anonymous letters or letters without a verifiable name, address, and telephone number nor do we publish letters with names withheld.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.

Letters To The Editor About The Deputy Administrator: 1/11/18

0 Questions About The Assistant County Administrator To The Editor: In response to Mr. Houston Manning’s letter to the Herald, I too have some questions concerning the Asst. County Administrator. Was this job advertised? How extensively? Were resumes collected and the most qualified hired? What were the requirements for this job? I understand the pay…

That Smells

0 To The Editor: Councilman Robbie Coward worked hard to get elected and now is resigning to get elected for a county job. That smells! I protest any job for him before the public knows what job and what salary he’s getting. Houston Manning Church Street Latta, S.C. P.S. I had hoped County Administrator Berry…

A Different View Of Trump

0 To The Editor: This is a rebuttal to an article written by guest columnist, Carley Wiggins. 2017 has been a very interesting year – However, I, as a citizen and independent voter, would like to offer a different perspective of President Donald Trump’s presidency so far. It is true, he was a businessman, not…

Reader Says Thank You

To The Editor:
CONGRATULATIONS to The Dillon Herald on its recent recognition as a local media leader by the Dillon County Council and in conjunction with Congressman Tom Rice.

Retired Marine Impressed With DHS Veterans Day Celebration

Dear Editor:
I am pleased to salute the principal, teachers, staff, students, and the JROTC cadets at Dillon High School for the OUTSTANDING morning Veterans Day celebration held on Friday at the high school.

Learning From The Ordeal

0 To The Editor: I write this letter to give my opinion on how we can grow and learn from the 2017-2018 Dillon County Budget ordeal. I want to say there is no doubt in my mind the court made a decision Thursday in favor of the taxpayers of Dillon County. Through this painstaking process,…

Debt Of Gratitude

+18 Editor’s Note: Richard Schafer, Chairman of the Dillon County Board of Education, is the father of Brandon Schafer. To The Editor: First off, I am thankful to the good Lord my father is ok after his accident. I have a small rant to get off my chest. I have held my tongue on this…

A Nation Looks Up

0 To The Editor Over the past several weeks, we in America have witnessed the depravity of fallen humanity in hostile outbursts of anger, hatred, and violence. But we have also witnessed remarkable examples of loving one’s neighbor in times of great need. Both events have captured our attention and left us confused and wondering…

Journey Was A Labor Of Love

+8 Dear Editor: On Sunday afternoon, August 6th, I attended the Eagle Scout Award Ceremony at Main Street United Methodist Church. It was an impressive ceremony and I was proud of all of the the scouts participating. This was a real achievement for these young men and one that will serve them and their communities…

Trimming Overgrown Shrubbery Will Make Things Better And Safer

To The Editor:
Upon leaving Trico Water Company the other day, I noticed how the overgrown shrubbery had been completely removed at Calhoun Street. How nice, I thought, how we can see clearly both ways.