The parable of the Good Samaritan undoubtedly is one of the most well-known of all the parables used by Jesus to illustrate a moral lesson on principles of truth.
Arguably and definitely, to my estimation, one of the most accomplished, influential, and civic-minded African-Americans in our locale is Mr. Dolphus Carter.
Usually during this time of year our focus is on deceased African Americans, who are considered to be historic figures, due to their achievements and contributions to the advancement of the black community, as well as the nation as a whole.
In last Thursday’s Dillon Herald, I read with great interest an article written by one of my fellow writers, Bishop Michael Goings. Mr. Goings did a fantastic piece on a man I considered to be one of my heroes in life, the late Bill Coward.
Quite a few years ago, an article was published in the Dillon Herald about Mr. Bill Coward entitled “The Hot Dog King.”
Undoubtedly the most famous and prominent individual with family roots in Dillon is Dr. Ben Bernanke, the very astute and accomplished Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
When I was growing up in Newtown, the time beginning with Thanksgiving and extending through Christmas into the New Year was the most anticipated and joyous time of the year
On Saturday, November 2, fourteen beautiful, talented, and intelligent young ladies competed for the title of Miss Dillon High School.
I am writing about the article written by Bishop Michael Goings “An Unsung Hero with Unswerving Valor.”
The most important issue, in the news today, is the Syrian civil conflict and the claim by the Obama Administration that President Bashar al-Assad has authorized the use of chemical weapons against the civilian population, especially women and children.