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DHEC Remains Firm on SRS, Nuclear Waste

DHEC Remains Firm on SRS, Nuclear Waste

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The US Department of Energy (DOE) notified the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today that it is abandoning a plan to reuse two…

Deer Season Forecast Good

Deer Season Forecast Good

The much-anticipated start of the 2013 deer season is just around the corner and South Carolina’s deer population is healthy and the season outlook is good. Although the deer harvest…

Cadet Excels at The Citadel

Cadet Excels at The Citadel

Cadet Harrison Courtney of Johnston has been named to the Commandant’s Distinguished Service List and the President’s List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. Citadel Cadets named…

Savannah River Basin Caucus, Ga., S.C. Governors to Hold ‘Summit’

Savannah River Basin Caucus, Ga., S.C. Governors to Hold ‘Summit’

ANDERSON, S.C. – Representatives from the Savannah River Basin Caucus and the governors of South Carolina and Georgia will meet Wednesday in their first “summit” meeting. The Savannah River Basin…

Council Cancels Public Hearing on TIF

Council Cancels Public Hearing on TIF

The Edgefield County Council has canceled their planned public hearing regarding the Town of Edgefield’s TIF proposal. According to County Administrator Lynn Strom, the Town of Edgefield withdrew their request…

Kidnapping Call in Johnston

Kidnapping Call in Johnston

The Johnston Police Department responded to a possible kidnapping call Tuesday night, Sept. 10.  According to Investigator Lamaz Robinson of the JPD, who spoke with The Advertiser the following day,…

John Wesley Cheatham, Sr.

EDGEFIELD, S.C. – Mr. John Wesley (Jake) Cheatham, Sr., 85, husband of 65 years to Sara Godbee Cheatham, died on Thursday September 12, 2013 at Edgefield County Hospital. Graveside Services…

Study Shows SC Forest Industry Positioned for Growth

Study Shows SC Forest Industry Positioned for Growth

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The forestry industry in South Carolina is positioned for significant growth in the decades ahead, according to a study conducted by nationally prominent forestry expert Dr. Robert Abt…

NWTF Support Pro-Sportsmen Legislation in Senate

NWTF Support Pro-Sportsmen Legislation in Senate

The National Wild Turkey Federation has announced its support of the Sportsmen’s Act of 2013, a package of pro-sportsmen legislation introduced in the Senate by Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski. The…

Strom Thurmond Lady Rebels Varsity Volleyball Opens Strong

Strom Thurmond Lady Rebels Varsity Volleyball Opens Strong

The Strom Thurmond volleyball team blasted past their first three opponents of the season.  On September 3rd the team faced off with Ninety-Six and beat them three out of four…