In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the 13th annual MLK event was held at Greer City Hall, and I had the privilege of covering it.
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Lately life has been a whirlwind of plan-filled calendars, important, smudged pen markings, imperative scribbles on sticky notes and a sea of vital contacts.
Money is the root of all evil.
Though not entirely true, it does impact access to education and quality of health care — ultimately it determines your worth.
Another year has come and gone, and I can’t help but become nostalgic.
Allow me to dust off my soapbox and respond to the letter to the editor regarding the ban being considered in Duncan that would regulate smoking, which includes prohibiting individuals from smoking
I’m constantly writing to an invisible audience, which can sometimes make it easy to forget why I write and leave me doubting that people actually read any of it.
I’ve attended numerous planning and zoning, planning advisory, board of zoning appeals and council meetings over the past two years.
I’ve been picking apart these questions that have been circling my head for a while now in search of understanding.
The day after reflecting on how thankful we are for all we have, we jump into our cars and rush to the store to become an uncivil, gluttonous consumerist zombie in a crowd in hopes of getting the b
Thanksgiving is just over a week away, and I’m already feeling thankful.