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Turkey Harvested on Youth Day

Turkey Harvested on Youth Day

Adam Smith harvested his first turkey with his uncle Dale Cullum on March 30. It weighed 16 lbs had a 10″ beard and 3/4″ spurs. Adam is the 13 year…

Dorothy Herlong

JOHNSTON, S.C. – Mrs. Dorothy Lee Oates (Dot) Herlong, 91, entered into rest on April 8, 2013 at Edgefield County Hospital. Services will be held at Harmony United Methodist Church…

Edgefield Farmers Market

Dear Editor: The Edgefield Farmers Arts and Crafts Market on the Square began the first Saturday in April.  This will be held every Saturday till further notice, from 8:00 a.m.…

Willie Marvin Reynolds

WALTERBORO, S.C. – Mr. Willie Marvin Reynolds, 82, of Still Street in Walterboro, entered into rest Saturday morning, April 6, 2013, at the Colleton Medical Center in Walterboro.  He was…

Ella M. Wallace

JOHNSTON, S.C. – Mrs. Ella F. Mikell Wallace, 66, of Eidson Rd., wife of Daniel Wallace, died Saturday April 6, 2013 at her residence. Graveside Services will be held Wednesday…

Nancy Grant

SALUDA, S.C. – Graveside Funeral Services for Mrs. Nancy Hentz Patterson Grant, age 83, will be held Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at Sunset Gardens Memorial Park at 11 am. The…

Aiken Extends Welcome During Masters Week

Aiken Extends Welcome During Masters Week

AIKEN, S.C. – The City of Aiken’s Historic Tour program will extend its normal Saturday morning tours for Masters Week.  Two additional tours are planned for Wednesday, April 10th and Friday,…

Abbeville French Heritage Festival, April 19-21

Abbeville French Heritage Festival, April 19-21

Opera; Lectures; Church, Cemetery, Garden Tours –  ABBEVILLE, S.C. – Abbeville will celebrate its French heritage April 19-21 with the first Abbeville French Heritage Festival, featuring a piano concert in Abbeville’s…

‘Sensory Sculptures’ Become Part of Therapeutic Riding Trail

‘Sensory Sculptures’ Become Part of Therapeutic Riding Trail

GREENWOOD, S.C. — Students in Lander University assistant professor of art Doug McAbee’s advanced sculpture class recently installed seven “sensory sculptures” along the therapeutic riding trail behind the Burton Center.…

Council Gives 2013-2014 Budget First Reading

Council Gives 2013-2014 Budget First Reading

Amends 2012-2013 Budget By Tiffani Ireland – The Edgefield County Council gave unanimous approval to the 2013-2014 budget after its first reading at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Tuesday, Apr.…