From left: William “Bump” Roddey, John Gettys, Duane Christopher
From left: William “Bump” Roddey, John Gettys, Duane Christopher
From left: William “Bump” Roddey, John Gettys, Duane Christopher

Roads, tourism, affordable housing: Where do Rock Hill mayoral candidates stand?

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  • Food stability is 'security issue' for nation, South Carolina farmers say

    Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) invited a group of around 15 current or former farmers to his office in Rock Hill to discuss the future of the 2014 Farm Bill. The bill, which authorizes nutrition and agriculture programs in the United States, is set to expire on Sept. 30, 2018. Norman said he will use opinions expressed by his constituents to create a list of priorities in crafting a 2018 Farm Bill.