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Students Assist With Senior Citizens Christmas Party

Students Assist With Senior Citizens Christmas Party

These students attend Strom Thurmond High School and helped the Edgefield County Senior Citizens Council with its annual employee Christmas party. The three students are from left to right Mills…

Looking Toward Martin Luther King Day

Already plans are being made for celebration of the National Holiday honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Simmons Ridge Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate Marin Luther King, Jr., Day by having…

Electric Cooperatives Warn of Phone Scam

Electric Cooperatives Warn of Phone Scam

Columbia, S.C. – Electric cooperatives in South Carolina are warning consumers to be aware of scam artists who are calling members posing as electric co-op employees.  The callers tell a consumer…

Man Burning Tires Flees from Deputies

Man Burning Tires Flees from Deputies

Deputies with the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office were responding to a disturbance call on Powell Place, Tuesday, Jan. 1, when they spotted extremely black smoke issuing forth from a residence…

Vacant Trailer Burglarized – Graffiti Sprayed Throughout

Vacant Trailer Burglarized – Graffiti Sprayed Throughout

The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office responded to a break-in call at a vacant mobile home on Casalina Drive, Sunday, Dec. 30.  According to the incident report filed by the ECSO,…

Prescribed Burns Restore Habitat, Improve Safety on Heritage Preserves

Prescribed Burns Restore Habitat, Improve Safety on Heritage Preserves

Many species and ecosystems require fire periodically to ensure their survival, and that’s why prescribed burns are conducted on many of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ heritage preserves. “The…

Thank You for Response to Fire

Letter to the Editor: I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the firemen, the policemen, my neighbors, the ambulance staff, and the Edgefield Hospital for helping me contain the…

Deer Season Not Extended Due to Free Hunting Days Jan. 4-5, 2013

The Jan. 4-5, 2013 free hunt days do not extend deer or any other season. Deer season in South Carolina ends on Jan. 1. Free hunting days are a chance…

Preliminary Deer Harvest Outlook – Season Declared “Solid”

Preliminary Deer Harvest Outlook – Season Declared “Solid”

By Tiffani Ireland – Preliminary findings regarding the 2012 deer harvest in South Carolina show that this has been a “solid” year for deer according to Charles Ruth, Wildlife Biologist…

Douglas Elementary Celebrates Christmas Polar Express Style

Douglas Elementary Celebrates Christmas Polar Express Style

In the words of one teacher at Douglas Elementary, the school’s last day before the Christmas holiday break, Friday, Dec. 21, was “just phenomenal.”  A themed celebration based on the…

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