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It’s time for victims to speak up

Imagine you are a co-conspirator in the largest robbery in state history – the $2.2 billion fleecing of about 1 million SC Electric & Gas and Santee Cooper ratepayers.  You may be … more

Miracles in beating the corona virus

By UTA ANDERSON Special to the Chronicle When our leaders first heard about this virus, there was no test and no vaccine for covid-19. Normally, it takes our Food and Drug Administration … more

Santee Cooper shifts strategy to avoid sale

By Frank Knapp Jr. Special to the Chronicle Should Santee Cooper be sold or not is expected to be hotly debated when state lawmakers return next month. The 2 sides are gearing up for a … more

The editor talks with you

Nido Qubein and I met years ago as fellow members of the National Speakers Association. That’s where I learned about his fantastic success story, I am a poor weekly newspaper editor who was … more

Do as we say, not as we do

The well-intentioned swamp rats at DHEC, CDC and WHO are well paid and have been throughout the pandemic.  Their pay checks weren’t stopped, their businesses closed or jobs lost. They did … more

An inspiring story

As our days grow shorter, nights longer and weather colder, all of us need some inspiration. Here is the first of a few stories to inspire you. Nancy Gibson was born and raised in Mexico. She … more

Report the truth

Several readers have asked my opinion on the elections and what I think will happen  My crystal ball went down faster than Windstream wifi.  I can’t see a thing. That aside, here … more

The Editor Talks With You

What makes a man in his 70s want to tackle the toughest job in the world? No one has answered that successfully but that’s what Donald Trump at age 74 and Joe Biden at 76 want to do for the … more

End regulated monopolies

If you were told you could operate a business with no competition, you would want to know what the catch is. The catch is that it would have to be a regulated monopoly. What’s more, you could … more

Is this what good intentions produced?

Opinion from the Lexington County Chronicle Years ago, we developed a utility system right for its time. With the cost of power lines and generators to deliver electricity, regulated monopolies … more
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