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Edgefield County Council Chairman’s Update

February 1, 2013 –  Animal Shelter Update Coming At our upcoming February 5 County Council meeting, Administrator Lynn Strom will be giving the Council an update on the proposed Animal…

The Role of Hunter in the Debate about Firearm Control

Sportsmen were the original conservationists and remain the driving force in conservation today. By purchasing hunting and fishing licenses, paying a voluntarily imposed excise tax on all firearms, ammunition and…

Internet News Article Incites People over Raw Milk Issue with Erroneous Information

Cayce, S.C. – An article entitled “Urgent: Big Ag group trying to ban raw milk sales in South Carolina – your help needed to stop this tyranny” by Ethan A.…

Positive Examples

Dear Editor: Recently, as I was having lunch at Pine Ridge, I looked across the room to see six ladies enjoying the fellowship of a day out together.  As I thought…

Time for Councilman Dorn to Lead

On February 27, 2012, Mr. Dorn released a statement through the Edgefield Advertiser that he referred to as his announcement bid for reelection. The announcement stated, “Probably the most disconcerting…

State of the County

This special edition of the Edgefield County Chairman’s Update is a State of the County report to you. I committed to you that I would continue to communicate the County’s…

On The Passing of Mrs. Rearden

I just thought I would comment on the passing of Mrs. Rearden. From different articles I have read about her, she exemplifies an OUTSTANDING American and a GREAT Lady.  The thing…

Thank You for Response to Fire

Letter to the Editor: I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the firemen, the policemen, my neighbors, the ambulance staff, and the Edgefield Hospital for helping me contain the…

Duncan’s Iran Bill Passes Congress, Heads to the President’s Desk to be Signed into Law

Washington, DC–Congressman Jeff Duncan’s legislation, the “Countering Iran in the Western Hemisphere Act,” (H.R. 3783) passed the U.S. Congress by a vote of 386-6, and now awaits the President’s signature…

Childish or Churlish?

By Linda Nidiffer – In December we expect our children our children to be especially child like:  full of wonder and joy, wild with anticipation and bedazzled by the out…