Letters to the Editor

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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letters to the editor for Nov. 19

    I would like to express my thoughts on Kathy Sullivan and the article in Friday’s Herald that noted the Fort Mill school board opposed Kathy for the State Board of Education position.

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    Letters to the editor for Nov. 18

    Regarding the recent commentary “Obamacare could face death by typo,” Paul Krugman is so far left, if he was on a map of the United States he would be in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

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    Letters to the editor for Nov. 13

    With the ongoing lack of repairs for Ebinport Drive causing auto repairs and the possibility of accidents, the city of Rock Hill or the state should repair this street.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Voice of the people for Nov. 11

    It is a great honor and pleasure to have been elected to serve as a member of the York School Board. I will proudly represent the district as a board member.

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    Voice of the people for Nov. 3

    I dispute U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney’s claim that he has ever worked across the aisle. That is why this Congress is nicknamed the most do-nothing group ever elected.

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    Voice of the people for Oct. 30

    When a person first hears the words, “you have cancer,” they are often experiencing pain, stress and other symptoms. Then they must face the side effects from treatment at the same time they juggle the many doctors, nurses and other professionals who care for them.

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    Voice of the people for October 28

    This is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and we are in the state with the second-highest number of women killed by men. Yet our state legislative delegation (except Rep. James Clyburn) voted against the Violence Against Women Act last year, and with elections coming up soon I cannot forget this.

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    Letters to the editor for Oct. 26

    Ginny Moe has proved herself the best candidate for District 2 on the Rock Hill school board. Ginny’s varied background demonstrates her abilities, not only as far as financial and managerial skills, but also in interpersonal areas.

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    Voice of the people for Oct. 24

    Three years ago, Dr. Lynn Moody, then Rock Hill Schools superintendent, asked me to lead a committee to create a summer reading program at Richmond Drive Elementary. Thanks to a wonderful group of teachers, parents, librarians and other volunteers, the program we crafted not only was judged successful...

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    Letteers to the editor for Oct. 23

    We suspected four years ago that Ginny Moe would be an excellent member of the Rock Hill school board, and we were right. We have been impressed with the time she has taken to research issues facing our schools, to be a presence in the schools and school functions, to communicate with her constituents...

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