The Advertiser’s Culinary Critics

The Advertiser’s Culinary Critics

  In this week’s edition, The Advertiser presents a new feature; a type of restaurant review.   Called The Advertiser’s Culinary Critics, this feature, which is currently slated to be a monthly addition to the paper, will be presented by two members of The Advertiser family.  This married couple will visit area eateries and report back […]

Notice of Public Meeting

Notice of Public Meeting Commissioner for DOT’s Third District to be Elected March 10, 2016 March 4, 2016, COLUMBIA, S.C. — Legislators residing in South Carolina’s Third Congressional District will meet on March 10th to elect their member to the Department of Transportation Commission. The Third Congressional District of South Carolina is the same as […]

Couplet Contest Finds a Winner!

Couplet Contest Finds a Winner!

Nathan Alan Kulp of Trenton won the First Place Blue Ribbon in the Couplet Contest sponsored by the Poet Laureate of Edgefield, Laurel Blossom.  This contest brought together the two worlds of poetry and pottery as it drew from the renowned potter Dave Drake and his couplets put on his pots in the 19th century.  […]

NWTF Receives Land Donation

Tim and Emily Campbell recently donated 900 aces of land in Western North Carolina to the National Turkey Federation.  The land is located in Graham County and is part of the lower Yellow Creek Valley.  The site is under a conservation easement and is surrounded by the Nantahala National Forest. NWTF CEO George Thornton, who […]

Locals Participate In and Visit the Battle Of Aiken

Locals Participate In and Visit the Battle Of Aiken

Civil War re-enactors and living history demonstrators converged on Powell Pond Road in Aiken, SC, over the weekend for the annual re-enactment of the Battle of Aiken.  The historical weekend began Friday, Feb. 19, with School Day.  Students from local schools as well as many area home schooled children visited the site to see demonstrations […]

Twenty Years and More to Go In Memory of Owen Clark

The Ridge Heritage Association met for their twenty-year celebration and some forty members enjoyed their usual informative time followed by a social hour, a set program that was highlighted in several presentations by members on Tuesday evening, February 9. What has been most important to members of this enduring organization has been the need to […]

SEE the Play and Decide!

SEE the Play and Decide!

A Southern Belle Primer held its audience well, but where was the laughter – smiles, yes, but those lines carried great import in the area of making fun of Southerners.  And don’t tell this writer that Southerners don’t like to be made fun of.  They do it to themselves, and enjoy it.  But the lines […]

NWTF Announces New Position Local Beth Worth Fills the Spot

The National Wild Turkey Federation recently created a new position within the organization, Hunting Heritage Center Corporate Event Planner and Coordinator, and tapped local business woman Beth Worth to fill the spot.  Of her hiring, Ken Durham, NWTF Facilities Manager, told The Advertiser, “We’re delighted to have her.”  He went on to say that the […]

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