Editor’s Note: Walk down memory lane with us! In upcoming editions of The Greer Citizen, we will be taking a look at old newspapers and bringing you stories from the past to commemorate our 100-year anniversary.
Columns & Letters
Q: Will paying my taxes online give the government electronic access to my checking account?
Over the coming weeks and months, The Greer Citizen staff will be escorting you down memory lane.
If you weren’t aware, this spring marks the 100-year anniversary of the newspaper, and we’re hoping to use this space to reminisce.
Of course, we’ll be doing more to celebrate our centennial milestone.
A: When will the Greer Farmers Market return?
Q: As the weather warms up and spring settles in, the Greer Farmers Market is preparing for a new season in a different location.
The event had been occupying a four-hour block on Thursdays at The Depot for the past few years.
Q: Where’s my Greer Citizen?
Q: Should teachers be allowed to carry guns in school?
By Tom Corbin
SC Senate District 5
The nice weather is here and what could be better than driving around Greer and the surrounding area to see all the pretty shrubbery and gardens.
With nothing in the mailbag this week, we have a couple of questions for you, the reader.
Have you ever wanted to take a walk through Greer City Park without actually having to walk through Greer City Park?
Have you ever wondered what the inside of the Cannon Centre looks like?
What about Greer City Hall?
Q: My wife and I have $72,000 in debt from student loans and a car loan. We’re trying to pay off our debt using the debt snowball system, and we each make about $45,000 a year. She’s a teacher, and she’s planning on going back to school for her master’s degree, but she’s thinking about quitting her job to do this.