Opinion

Where’s the outcry for others?

A Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of murder or manslaughter in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Read more

Beat the heat and save cold hard cash

It may not be quite hot enough outside to boil an egg on the sidewalk, but it’s certainly getting hot enough to melt your wallet. ... Read more

Man of Steel offers plenty of appeal for summer moviegoers

Much like the iconic emblem that adorns the chest of the last son of Krypton, “Man of Steel” is a symbol of hope for the ... Read more

Beautiful beaches can pose risks

For many Butler County residents, summer often means fun in the sun on their favorite beach. Panama City Beach, Destin, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach ... Read more

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Opinion Columnists

Rep. Holmes, nice to meet you

Rep. Alvin Holmes doesn’t believe “a whole bunch of whites” would adopt African-American children. I could introduce him to at least two. Read more

Lacing up for a good cause

I have a triathlon sticker on the back of my truck. I didn’t earn the right to put it there. It came with the truck. Read more

French frying my way to gold

I’ll never be an Olympic downhill skier. The reasons are numerous, and obvious. Read more

Gained more than pounds at bakery

Walking down the streets of downtown Greenville not much has changed in the New Year, except the black ribbon gracing the doors of Camellia City ... Read more

Oh Christmas Tree, I win

Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, why must you be so sappy? Read more

Letters to the Editor

Safe Harbor staff gives back, comes to writer’s aid

Dear Editor, How do you thank someone for being the “enough” that you’ve needed in your life? After my mom passed away in 2004, a ... Read more

County loses standout educators

Butler County lost two exceptional educators this year, Mr. Shelby Searcy and Ms. Lillie Pearl Herbert. Read more

Commissioners should ride roads

I would like to respond to your article, “County designates ATRIP projects.” The commissioners say they had a hard time making tough decisions. I don’t ... Read more

Community makes DYW a success

This past Saturday night, Sierra Teate was chosen as the 2014 Butler County Distinguished Young Woman and was the interview, the talent, and the self ... Read more

Chamber thanks bookbag giveaway sponsors

The City of Greenville, the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Greenville YMCA Backpack Giveaway Project was a big success! Read more