Thoughts on Pearl Harbor, Part One

Thoughts on Pearl Harbor, Part One

Today is the 75th Anniversary of The Empire of Japan bombing Pearl Harbor. There is no question a lot of ink and airtime this week will be invested discussing the death and destruction which took place as a result of this event in 1941.  Undoubtedly much ink and airtime will also be given to the […]

Interesting Times

Interesting Times

The ancient Chinese curse “May you live in interesting times!” applies to our entire nation this year, and times are especially interesting following November’s elections The federal government has been led by a Democratic administration, for most of its time in office opposed by a Republican-led Congress whose major goal seems to have been blocking […]

Letter to editor – History Repeats Itself

Recently six families residing on Bell and Parrish Roads met with Mr. Fred West, Vice-President of Amick Processing. The meeting centered around a proposed By-Products Plant which would produce “High-End” pet food. The location is on Duncan Road in southern Saluda County between Parrish Road and Old Charleston Road. The proposed plant would be built […]

Week Three: Grace

Week Three:  Grace

This is week three in a three-week series on things I am thankful for.  The first two subjects were work and family.  Today’s subject is grace.  Three things definitely worthy of our thankfulness, three things we definitely need, and three things connected. I often address the theme that most of life’s issues are non-respecter of […]

Thanksgiving Wishes

Thanksgiving Wishes

Our church here in Edgefield County, the Episcopal Church of the Ridge, is unique in the state of South Carolina. We have not one location to worship, but three: Trinity Church in Edgefield, the Church of Our Saviour in Trenton, and Grace Church in Ridge Spring. Our congregation is diverse in the sense that our […]

Post-Election Thoughts

Post-Election Thoughts

Now that the election is over, we can all ponder where we are and what is next. Hillary Clinton was the flawed Democrat who garnered more votes than any other candidate, but she was not elected President. The flawed Republican candidate who garnered the second highest number of votes but carried the Electoral College is […]

Three Weeks: Work, Family, Grace

Three Weeks: Work, Family, Grace

This is week two in a three-week series on things I am thankful for.  Seems appropriate for November, doesn’t it? The three subjects are Work, Family and Grace.  Three things definitely worthy of our thankfulness, three things we definitely need, and three things connected. When thinking about being thankful for family, I am keenly aware […]

Thankful for Work

Thankful for Work

I am going to spend the next three weeks writing about three things I am thankful for. This week I am thankful for work.  That’s right, work! When I reflect on creation, one of the things God did with man, after creating him, was to give him a job – “Then the Lord God took […]

Letter to the Editor – Your Vote Matters! Dean Campbell

It has been my pleasure to represent District 3 on County Council since 2010. I wanted to take a moment to explain why I am asking for your vote on November 8. In the past six years, Edgefield County has made some incredible steps forward. I will highlight a few. First, the County Council has […]

Letter to the Editor – Endorsing Sheriff Adell Dobey

By way of introduction, I am a retired Assistant Director with SLED and I grew up in Edgefield County. I met Sheriff Adell Dobey shortly after he was elected and I liked him from the very beginning. I have since gotten to know him personally and appreciate his service as Sheriff of Edgefield County. I […]

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