Shop smart for the holidays

COLUMBIA – Black Friday, Cyber Monday and general shopping deals create quite the buzz this time of year. The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) is encouraging consumers to consider these tips before emptying out your wallet for the holidays: Use comparison sites. Comparison sites allow consumers to compare retailers, products, and models as […]

Letter: Bell Confuses Meeting Minutes with Voice Article

We applaud Councilman Moses Bell for clearly revealing his Priority One at Monday’s (11/11) council meeting. Mr. Bell’s zeal to be a newspaper critic instead of a constructive councilman was quite evident Monday evening when he reverted to his self-appointed role as “The Voice Denigrator” during council’s discussion of the minutes from the previous council […]

Letters: $10K raised for Cleaner Water

Sherry and David Walden of Lake Wateree hosted an invitation only fundraiser for the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation at their Catawba Falls Events in Lancaster on Friday evening, Nov. 1.  Seventy-five guests enjoyed, hors d’oeuvre, libations and an evening with the “generosity bug.”  Protecting the source of clean drinking water, recreation, habitat, economic development and preserving […]

Letter: WHS Pride Soars

I was really disappointed and hurt when I read the headline of the article about SAT scores (BHS shines, WHS lags on SAT,AP) in the Thursday, October 17 issue of The Voice. To see our school described in such a negative way made me sad for our kids and teachers who work so hard. My […]

Editorial: Protecting our freedoms

With just 45 words the founders guaranteed five basic freedoms, fundamental American rights. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a […]

Guest Editorial: Duke study touts local newspapers

It is easy in these times to forget the importance of your local newspaper. It is National Newspaper Week, so take time to consider what value your local newspaper brings to your community and your life. Newspaper staffers work hard to cover what you need to know and what you want to know. Local journalists […]

Letter: Keep Voice of Citizens

I read recently in The Voice that our County Council has voted to revoke the (2nd) second citizen’s comment portion, of voicing their thoughts publicly. It appears to me that the voice of the people in Fairfield County no longer counts. I’ve lived in this county my entire life. My family has been here generations. […]

Letters: Replace the Solicitor

I thank you for having the guts to report this horrible animal abuse!  Many people are not aware unless the news media reports these abuses.  This solicitor needs to be replaced, he has allowed animal abuse to continue without punishment to the owners!  Hopefully, the people of Fairfield County will not be silent and get […]

Letters: “It Wasn’t A Circus”

While there is one level of disappointment in the fact that apparently the majority of County Council has decided not to support a once in a lifetime opportunity for the school district and the town of Winnsboro, it is especially disappointing for an elected councilman to question the honesty and motivation of volunteers who have […]

Letter: Attack Challenges

Councilman Douglas Pauley was absent from the Fairfield County Council meeting on Monday, September 23rd.  After hurling many allegations regarding me in The Voice Newspaper dated September 20, 2019, the 2nd Comment Session on the Fairfield County Council Agenda was cancelled by Chairman Cornelius Robinson.  Therefore, I was not able to challenge his assertions.  It […]