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Here and There – 6-6-13

Johnston Farmer’s & Artist’s Market begins Thursday, June 6, from 4 – 6 p.m. in front of the Library/Warehouse on Calhoun Street.   Edgefield Farmers Arts and Crafts Market:  On the…

First Aid for All Grades

First Aid for All Grades

Edgefield County EMS provides First Aid Training for a group of small children at Edgefield County Youth Empowerment Center’s After School “Matters” Program. “The majority of the children we serve…

Nelson G. Smith

JOHNSTON, S.C. – Mr. Nelson G. (Peanut) Smith, 81, of Calhoun St., husband of the late Lillie Vaughan Smith, died Tuesday June 4, 2013 at Trinity Mission Health and Rehab.…

Second Samuel Evokes Laughs and Tears

Second Samuel Evokes Laughs and Tears

Here are some cast members from Second Samuel, the play opening tomorrow night at the Wm. Miller Bouknight Theatre in Edgefield, photographed just before the curtain was raised for the Monday…

Montessori, School-Choice, and Early-Childhood Education Eliminated by the District

Dear Editor: At the most recent meeting of the Edgefield County School District Board of Education, the Board voted 5-2 (Mr. Bibbs and Ms. Hammond were the dissenting votes) to…

Mozel Smith

EDGEFIELD, S.C. – Mr. Mozel Smith, 80, of Dogwood Lane, entered into rest June 2, 2013 at his residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Mr. Smith, a native of…

Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrests

Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrests

A routine traffic stopped resulted in the arrests of three individuals, two 18 year old men and a 26 year old man, Tuesday, May 28.  According to a report filed…

Providence Baptist Church Recognizes Graduates

Providence Baptist Church Recognizes Graduates

Providence Baptist Church, Johnston, recently recognized the 2013 high school and kindergarten graduates. Pictured are: Strom Thurmond High School graduate Austin Swiger, son of Brad and Melissa Swiger; RSM Kindergarten…

False Report of Infant’s Drowning Results in Arrest

False Report of Infant’s Drowning Results in Arrest

A woman who claimed her 2 year old infant had drowned over the weekend has been arrested and is facing charges of breach of peace and filing a false police…

Small Towns Flooded with Peachtree 23 Shoppers, June 1

Small Towns Flooded with Peachtree 23 Shoppers, June 1

Peachtree 23, The Longest Yard Sale in the State, attracted thousands on Saturday, June 1.  As seen in the gallery below, Main Street in Ridge Spring was overrun with shoppers…