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From the Publisher: Announcing ‘Our County’s Best’ Readers Poll

Finally, Lexington County will have its own homegrown readers’ choice contest. more

From the Publisher: Lexington County Chronicle Launches Redesigned Website

The Chronicle has launched a redesigned website to serve Lexington County. more

Opinion: Cayce Council Directive to Increase Museum Diversity Laudable, but Bickering Needs to Stop

As they say with sausage, we like that council is pushing the museum to be more inclusive, but it’s often been hard to watch how it’s gotten there. more

Opinion: Do Your Part to Stem COVID’s Latest Surge

COVID-19 is still here, and the surging Omicron variant is still gaining steam.This reality is unpleasant, but as the numbers coming out of Lexington County right now show, it’s very much our … more

Letter to the Editor: Four Leadership Goals for the New Year

We all have room to improve, and there’s something about a new, blank calendar that motivates us to do so. That’s why many of us recently made resolutions to better ourselves in some way — … more

Opinion: A Local Example of What Not to Do When Talking Politics

Physical violence. Yelling loudly in public. Disparaging each other’s character in the press.A legal verdict has yet to be reached as to whether Angus Godwin — an executive committeeman for his … more

From the Publisher: A Redesign With Lexington County in Mind

Retired Lexington County Chronicle and Dispatch News editor Jerry Bellune and publisher MacLeod Bellune, the married couple that founded this paper in 1992, served Lexington County for decades, … more

Opinion: Lexington Medical Center Continues to Navigate Vaccine Mandates Correctly

We applaud Lexington Medical Center’s approach to the now halted federally mandated requirement that all medical facility workers receive at least their first COVID-19 vaccine by Dec. 6.  In … more

Letter to the Editor: Nephron CEO Explains Exit from USC Presidential Search Committee

I remember being accepted to the University of South Carolina. The pride that came with the acceptance letter was born out of the sacrifices my family made to afford me this life-changing … more

Opinion: Cayce City Council Needs to Lead By Example if It Wants Community to Heal

Cayce City Council made it two for two when it came to tumultuous November meetings with its session last week.Following a Nov. 9 meeting that featured a tense argument over whether to dismiss … more
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