Q: My wife says we shouldn’t do anything for Valentine’s Day this year. Should I believe her?
Columns & Letters
Q: Will you help us give back to local food pantries?
To the editor,
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.
Q: Do people really win the direct mail contests that include a car key and a scratch off?
Q: I’m a senior in high school here in Arkansas, and I think I want to study business in college. I’ve gotten an unusual offer from a small, out-of-state school. It revolves around a $3,000 student loan program, where the loan converts to a scholarship if I maintain a grade point average of 3.3 or higher.
Q: As a resident of Greer, I find myself often wondering what has been approved or applied for to be built within Greer city limits. Having called and inquired at City Hall, I find there is little info available. Any chance information from city and building council agendas and meeting minutes could be published?
Q: I recently got a new job that requires monthly expenses of almost $5,000 that are reimbursed. I can’t swing that kind of money right now, and my company told me to get a credit card to cover things. I’m trying to get out of debt, and I don’t like this idea. What should I do?
Q: How is the city planning to use the more than $3 million it received with the sale of the old Allen Bennett property?
Q: What is your opinion of businesses that no longer accept cash?