Thursday, October 13, 2011
Appliances, USM visit
It seems things always start breaking down at the same time.
A few weeks ago, it was past time to buy some new tires for Andy’s Ford Explorer Sport Trac (my former vehicle).
Close to Nowhere
Spam burritos anyone?
Spam is not a subject I’m enjoying lately! Not the canned meat kind of Spam, the email kind that can turn your email inbox into a nightmare -- daymare in my case.
The South Reporter has had the same email address since we entered cyberspace many, many years ago. I’m thinking maybe 15 years, at least. Several different computers, several different mail programs, but always the same address -- which I’m not going to put in here today!
Higher premiums signal flawed health-care reform
The promises of the U.S. President’s health-care law continue to unravel as the costs of its harmful mandates become more and more apparent. The latest study by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation reveals that premiums for employer-backed insurance have jumped dramatically this year – by 8 percent for individuals and 9 percent for families.
Letters To The Editor
Thank you Sheriff
The Cayce Fire Department would like to thank Sheriff Kenny Dickerson and crew for the delicious food and to all who brought desserts; and thanks to all who purchased tickets.
We want to thank everyone who supported us in any way.
Thanks for the help
The Holly Springs Main Street Association appreciates everyone who supported the Bikers and Blues on Thursday nights in 2011.
We would like to thank the bands – Adam Gussow (One Man Band), Cameron Kimbrough, Cedric Burnside, Duwayne Burnside, Davide House Band, Elvis Campbell, Funk Rhythm and Blues, Laurence Stinson, Leroy Hubbard, Lightning Malcolm, Rev. John Wilkins, Sam Fallie, Shelia Dancy and Will Easley
Thanks go to Bobby Bonds, Courtsquare Inn Bed and Breakfast, Danny Lewis, David Caldwell, Donald Street, Dura Moss, Force One Security, Harold Moncrief, J.F. Brittenum and Son, Omar Cumberland, Ray Von Autry, Ronnie Bolden and WKRA.
Thanks to the vendors – Crecent City, David Dukes; Herb’s Paradise Foods, Herb Shannon; Collin’s Concession, Collin Stewart; and Mama-N-Em’s Concessions, Thomas and Lottie Brown.
A special thank you to the Holly Springs Police Department, Holly Springs Fire Department, The South Reporter, the bikers and the people of Holly Springs for making this a very successful year.
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