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Opinion: Voting Is Important — Even When There Isn’t a Presidency at Stake

“City and municipal governments are responsible for concerns, such as police department budgeting, education reform, lower-level courts, and local infrastructure. Although the federal government … more

Opinion: Emanuel AME Settlement a Reminder Shooter’s Choice at No Fault for Selling Gun

“When alleged killer Dylann Roof stepped into Shooter’s Choice, he walked around the store in West Columbia before heading to a case featuring a popular pistol: a Glock semiautomatic.  … more

From the Editor: The Chronicle Will Be Honest, Accurate And Invested in Lexington County

“We don’t go into journalism to be popular. It is our job to seek the truth and put constant pressure on our leaders until we get answers.” These words — from the late, great Helen Thomas, … more

Passing the Torch

When we started this conversation in 1984, I had no idea that it would last this long. And my hope is that you have enjoyed it as much as I have. You’ve traveled all over the world with our … more

Recovery through faith and healing

By Nick Cunningham Pastor, Emmaus Church It’s time to start being more concerned with getting healthy than keeping up some sort of appearance. That’s why Emmaus Church stepped out in faith this … more

It's about liberty, not vaccine

By Rep. Bill Taylor Special to the Chronicle I'm not anti-vax. I have experienced covid and I have been vaccinated. My choice.  What I stand for is the foundational American principle of … more

Immigration's Tower of Babble

By Thomas Knapp Special to the Chronicle I run into a lot of bad arguments about our immigration policy.  Probably the silliest is "but they don't speak English." The simplest, and most … more

The latest on covid-19's origins

Lexington County Chronicle readers may be interested in the latest on covid-19's origins. You may not see in the mainstream media what reporter Sarah Knapton of The Telegraph of London, … more

President Biden divides us again

By Sen. Tim Scott Special to the Chronicle President Biden’s attempt to force employers to make their employees get vaccinated is clear government overreach. It won’t bring us any closer together … more

Suckered by a $3.5 trillion scheme

How a pair of conservative US senators can differ on trillions of dollars in spending is a puzzle within a mystery. We sent Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott to Washington to protect us from this kind … more
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