On behalf of Caring Community Nurses of Greenwood, we thank the Greenwood County Library for hosting the first caring community event, our nurses, doctors and ministers and especially Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, our vendors and those who donated items and volunteered their time.
I think your idea for the acts of kindness is a great idea. My husband and I have been doing this for many years. I sure hope it catches on and many more people will do the same.
I continue to enjoy Andy Brack's column in the Index-Journal on Sundays.
Forty years ago, our submarine made a port call in Italy. Two of us were enjoying lunch while talking with an elderly Italian gentleman. He told stories of the town and mentioned many people had been partisans helping the Allies during World War II. My shipmate impolitely mentioned the lates…
I’m a veteran of the Korean War, “The Forgotten War.” In 2017, the Foothills Chapter #301 of the Korean War Veterans Association appointed a fundraising committee to raise the funds necessary to engrave the names of the 576 South Carolinians that were either killed in action or prisoners of …
In 1983, A Nation at Risk warned that our kids were educationally behind foreign peers. It found them above average during the first four years, average in the next four and well below average in high school years. That steady decline has disproven the myth that increased spending on public …
I have been following your stories about the calendar change with great interest.
Chaos describes the confusion our nation is in at this time.
Swift and final as impeachment hearings heat up and wild-eyed Adam Schiff becomes more obnoxious and set on convicting President Trump, it becomes clear they do not have a leg to stand on and they know it.
On Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11, the Greenwood Republicans hosted “A Salute to the Veterans” at the Greenwood County Veterans Center with U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham as the guest speaker for the evening.
The Knights of Columbus of Father John B. Adair Council 7129 again thank the Greenwood Community for its generosity that helped make our annual Columbus HOPE Foundation Campaign (Tootsie Roll Drive) that we conducted in September, October,and November a huge success for this year.
Those who are worried about carbon emissions from fossil fuels should realize that contributions from U.S. discontinuing their use is puny and overwhelmed by China and India, where hundreds of coal-fired power plants are in use, with hundreds more planned.
I read Sen. Harvey Peelers’ letter the other week about the SC senate passing a bill to keep daylight saving time year round. My question is, was the public asked if they want to do this? I don’t remember seeing or hearing about a survey to see if the public wanted this to happen. Is this ju…
Our legislature chose, this year, to send each of us taxpayers a check for $50 instead of funding state responsibilities long neglected. True conservatives would put unexpected income to work, paying off debts and obligations, funding needed repair to infrastructure.