Renee Mack, the principal of J.D. Lever Elementary School, is retiring after this school year following 30 years of service in the Aiken County School District as teacher, assistant principal, and now, principal.
During the past several years, I have written many letters to the editor in which I was critical of the Republican Party. I believe my criticisms were valid at the time, and I believe the following criticisms are valid now.
The Aiken Woman’s Club would like to say thank you to the community for their support for our 27th Annual Very Special Arts Festival held last month in conjunction with the Area 15 Special Olympics Spring Games at Midland Valley High School.
According to a recent Gallup Poll, only 15 percent of the people approve of the way Congress is handling its job. A Public Policy poll showed that people even rate members of Congress below cockroaches and colonoscopies.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Community Medical Clinic of Aiken County, I offer our most sincere thank you to the wonderful people of our community who helped with our annual fundraiser, “Dinner With Friends.”
My “Moms Who Have Lost Children” group that meets with me at my beach house in February and September have come to truly understand the meaning of what it means to be a mother. They have given a child back to God, (and in some cases more than...
Sixty years ago this December, President Dwight D. Eisenhower turned a dangerous situation around. In an address to the U.N. General Assembly at the height of the Cold War, he made a commitment to the peaceful use of nuclear energy.