Q: I’m single, and I’ll be a pilot in the military for the next 10 years. I’m also debt-free, have a fully funded emergency fund, and I’m saving 15% of my income for retirement. After my military days are over, I plan to work as a commercial pilot.
Columns & Letters
Q: Where did the Giant Tube Dude’s face mask go?
A: Who wants to know about a new City Administrator or a $32 million economic development project? This is the Mailbag, baby!
Here’s the answer from our objectively funny City Communications Manager, Steve Owens:
Q: What’s with the different colored street signs in downtown Greer?
We live in a scary world today
It’s different than
No more hugs kissing
Our happiness gone away
Like never before
The virus has taken our
Loved ones away
Like never before
The fear of the unknown
The worry of what will happen
Q: Where can I get tested for COVID-19?
Q: So many companies and entrepreneurs are hurting right now. With everything that’s going on in the world, I find myself ashamed to celebrate business successes. In the past, I’ve always shared highlights with our customers to show them how amazing they are and how much their support means.
Do you have a question for the mailbag? We know you do!
We hear them all the time.
The immune system is a powerful component of the human body. The immune system recognizes when viruses, bacteria and other foreign invaders enter or compromise the body, and then takes action to prevent illnesses from taking over.
Q: What’s going on at the old train Depot?
A: Steven C. Hawkins, CEO and President of three railway companies, purchased the Randall Street building in 2018 with intentions to restore it.
At 7:36 am, it was already 71 degrees, another sultry July day. The best thing to do on a day like this one is to find some water and a place in the shade to hang out with the family. We packed a cooler full of cold drinks and a picnic lunch, loaded up a couple of inner tubes, and headed for the river.