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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…

Hazel Jackson

NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. – Mrs. Hazel Jackson, 80, of Celeste Avenue, entered into rest December 29, 2012. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Mrs. Jackson, a native of Edgefield County…

Benjamin “Peanut” Riley, Jr.

WARRENVILLE, S.C. – Mr. Benjamin “Peanut” Riley, Jr., 60, of Warrenville, husband of 28 years to Mrs. Jo-Ann Anderson Riley, entered into rest on Thursday, December 20, 2012, from injuries…

Annice Kneece

TRENTON, S.C. – Mrs. Annice Williamson Kneece, 71, of Trenton, loving wife for 46 years to Milledge E.”Jimmy” Kneece and daughter of the late Joseph Williamson and Josephine Chavis Williams,…

Ernest Christie

EDGEFIELD, S.C. – Ernest Christie, 72, died on December 20, 2012 in the University Hospital. He is survived by: wife, Annie Mae Christie; son, Spencer (Angela) Christie, all of Edgefield,…

Many Animals Benefit from Snags, so Leave Some Standing Dead Trees

Many Animals Benefit from Snags, so Leave Some Standing Dead Trees

Standing dead trees, or snags, may appear to be useless, even eyesores, but a state wildlife biologist says actually they are important components of wildlife habitat and frequently in short supply.…

New State Temperature Record Set in 2012

New State Temperature Record Set in 2012

As South Carolina is preparing to turn the calendar to 2013 in a few weeks, it was announced that 2012 will go down in South Carolina’s weather history. According to…

After the Holidays, Let Christmas Trees Benefit Fish and Wildlife

After the Holidays, Let Christmas Trees Benefit Fish and Wildlife

Instead of letting your Christmas tree take up space in a landfill this year, state natural resources officials suggest giving it a second life by putting it to good use…

Sadie Wells Murrell

JOHNSTON, S.C. – Mrs. Sadie Wells Murrell, 85, of Butler St., wife of the late Harold S. Murrell, died Thursday December 20, 2012 at Aiken Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Murrell…