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Letters

  • CHS football coach endorses Roddey

    To the Editor:
    It is exciting to be returning back home to Chester County as the coach of the Chester Cyclones football team for the 2015-2016 season. I especially look forward to building a strong program and continuing our winning tradition.
    As coach of the Cyclones before, I received a great deal of support from many individuals in Chester County, especially County Supervisor Carlisle Roddey. We had much success in building a successful program where we were 2007 Region 3-AAA champions and played in the state championship game.

  • Satisfied with Chester County

    To the Editor:
    Just wanted to let people know that before you ride out to other areas for service, check out what's happening in Chester.
    Don't miss out on the great service at our Walmart and the helpful staff at Tractor Supply, and not to mention our great choices at Bi-Lo and Food Lion.

  • Toys for tots says thanks

    To the Editor:
    Toys For Tots would like to thank the Lutz Foundation for their contribution to Toys For Tots 2015.

    Nicholas Bobersky
    Chester County Toys For Tots coordinator

  • Crazy like a fox

    Is Mr. Roddey crazy?

  • Stay the course

    To the Editor:

  • M.L.K. Celebration Committee says thanks

    To the Editor:
    Once again, God allowed the M.L.K. Committee the privilege to plan and share in festivities to honor the life and legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We thank God for giving our community a sunny day and warm weather.
    This was the 23rd year for the M.L.K. Parade and worship services filled with fun, excitement, respect, hope and brotherly love. Again, we decided to honor our youth (Chester's future) on Sunday evening services and our men on Monday evening services, which was a memorial for Dr. King.

  • Over dramatized? Fair and square?

    To the Editor:
    Here we go again with the minimization and marginalization of the same ole folk. A few months ago a Chester politician made the comment that he'd won the Nov. 4 election "fair and square" (news source: News & Reporter).

  • Fibromyalgia fashion show was successful

    To the Editor:
    On behalf of the Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Support Network, we sincerely thank the fibromyalgia community and friends of Chester for a successful show.
    Mrs. Beatrice Thompson-Reed, program director and public relations manager of V101.9, emceed the event. Twice As Nice were the deejays (Cayman and Cardan Williams) and entertainment was provided by Ms. Kristie Grace Lee and Ms. Sherri "Songbird" Phillips. 


  • Finley Restoration Association says thanks

    To the Editor:
    The S.L. Finley Restoration Association, along with the Catawba Regional Council of Governments and the City of Chester, wish to publicly thank the Chester Ministerial Alliance, Piedmont Baptist Church of Piedmont, S.C., Doug Shannon and Mrs. Stacy Atkinson and the DJJ for their help in the renovations of East Chester.

  • Lady Cycs thank Wendy's for meal

    To the Editor:
    I would like to take a minute to thank Mr. Al Bellavance and the entire Wendy's staff for providing the Chester Middle School Lady Cycs with a delicious pre-game meal on Monday, Dec. 15.