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Letters to Editor

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Taub’s column ‘vicious, mean-spirited, uninformed‘ I would like to commend your staff for giving us a lot of local news, and most of the paper is a pleasure to read; however, I do not feel that way about your Op-Ed contributors. I stopped subscribing to the Island Packet because its editorial content was totally from… Keep Reading

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PAL thanks donors, media for successful auction Palmetto Animal League’s 12th Annual Bid for PAL Online Auction was held August 5-8, raising essential funds for our No Kill Adoption Center located in Okatie’s Riverwalk Business Park. Each item sold in the auction now represents life-saving support for the abandoned, abused, and neglected animals PAL rescues every… Keep Reading

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Remembering a brother Back in May, I saw an article by Andy Kinghorn about the building of the original Harbor Island Bridge in 1939. Reading the article reminded me my older brother William worked on that earlier bridge as well and I felt moved to tell his story: One of the contractors working on that project… Keep Reading

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We are completely alone Remember the big story in May about the cyber attack on Colonial Pipeline, one of the largest pipeline operators in the U.S.? The demand for ransom shut down the pipeline for days and caused panic gas buying up and down the East Coast. Stories are more and more frequent about hackers… Keep Reading

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Not sure what SCDOT was thinking My comment on the Lowcountry Lowdown June 30 discussion of the new development at Robert Smalls/Parris Island Gateway. As of July 1, the two entrances/exits to the TJ Maxx shopping center and the single one serving Walmart have permanently eliminated left turns with concrete medians in place. I can’t… Keep Reading

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A big success for Jasper County We have just completed a wonderfully successful first for Jasper County – hosting a PGA tournament at Congaree Golf Club and bringing millions of television viewers into our backyards. The benefits of this golf tournament will ripple through Jasper County and the Lowcountry for months and maybe years to… Keep Reading