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Molly Spearman, State-Wide Candidate, to Speak in Edgefield [Update – Cancelled]

Molly Spearman, State-Wide Candidate, to Speak in Edgefield [Update – Cancelled]

10/17/14 – This event has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict.  — Molly Spearman, a native of Saluda County and candidate for S. C. Superintendent of Education, will be in Edgefield…

Continuing Excavation at Pottersville Kiln Site

Continuing Excavation at Pottersville Kiln Site

Readers will find an advertisement in the print edition of The Advertiser for volunteers and visitors to come to the excavations at the site of the first stoneware production site…

Candidates Lining Up for Election, Nov. 4

Candidates Lining Up for Election, Nov. 4

As the political fervor grows with statewide candidates making their rounds – even to Edgefield – folks are making their commitments to their preferred candidates. It is time to look…

Here and There – 10-9-14

Here and There – 10-9-14

Edgefield Farmers and Artisans Market: Town Square, every Saturday until November from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Plants, vegetables, fresh eggs, crafts and more. Vendors welcome. Info: 706-631-5564. Johnston Farmers…

“Delightfully Divine” Cookbook on Sale at Johnston Farmer’s Market

“Delightfully Divine” Cookbook on Sale at Johnston Farmer’s Market

The Margaret Cox Circle of Johnston United Methodist Church will be selling their new cookbook at the Johnston Farmers’ Market this Thursday, Oct. 9. “Delightfully Divine” is the title of…

Huddle House – Leaving Again? [FALSE]

Huddle House – Leaving Again? [FALSE]

UPDATE: ISA Restaurant Group contacted The Advertiser Monday night, via the comments below to refute the reporting of the closing of the Edgefield Huddle House. We regret and apologize for any…

Fall Colors Could Peak Sooner than Normal, says Clemson Forest Ecologist

Fall Colors Could Peak Sooner than Normal, says Clemson Forest Ecologist

CLEMSON, S.C. – A rare summer cool snap may mean that fall colors in the Southern Appalachians could peak a few days sooner than normal, according to Clemson University forest ecologist Donald…

Kennion Recognized as South Carolina Cosmetology Teacher of the Year

Kennion Recognized as South Carolina Cosmetology Teacher of the Year

Strom Thurmond Career and Technology Center’s (STCTC) Cosmetology teacher, Jackie Kennion was selected South Carolina’s Cosmetology Teacher of the Year. “Getting
an award for teacher of the year really shocked me.…

Wood Duck Box Applications Available Until Nov. 1 

Wood Duck Box Applications Available Until Nov. 1 

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with the South Carolina State Chapter of Ducks Unlimited and the South Carolina Department of Corrections, will continue the construction and distribution…

Blessing of the Animals

Blessing of the Animals

The 14th annual Blessing of the Animals, hosted by the Episcopal  Church of the Ridge, will be Sunday afternoon, October 12th at 3 p.m. at Our Savior Episcopal Church, Trenton,…