When the idea for this edition of my column originally came into my mind, I first wanted to name it in honor of my great-grandma who raised my mother (when she was only around twelve years old) after her mother passed away.
The idea for this article that you are reading today came to me a few nights ago while riding in my car.
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.
There is an unsung group in Dillon County, who most may not know by name, that is working hard to improve the quality of life and the quality of health in Dillon County.
In just a few days, children in our locale who attend kindergarten — 12th grade will be returning to school.
There has been a trend at Dillon County Council meetings lately of various council members not voting when an issue is tough or not politically popular.
With all the bickering, contention, and disputing that is going on in our nation, especially from a political, ideological, and racial aspect, one has to wonder whether or not this nation will ultimately live up to the origin of its creed.
Almost everyone can agree that economic development and bringing it to our county is important. We all want our county to progress and grow, and we want our county to wisely invest their dollars into things that can make growth happen and broaden our tax base.
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.
A meeting was held last Monday on the future of the Latta Library. The meeting was advertised as dealing with the following question: “Should we renovate the library or build a new library in another location?”