Deer season forecast good

Deer season forecast good

With the 2016 deer season soon opening in all counties, South Carolina’s deer population is healthy and the season outlook is good, according to the state’s top deer biologist. Although the deer harvest has been on a downward trend the last few years indicating that population levels have moderated, hunter success and deer harvest rates […]

Heritage Jubilee Coming September 24th

Heritage Jubilee Coming September 24th

Heritage Jubilee 2016 T-Shirts being modeled by Parker Students Landon and Reece Joyner are available at Town Hall and Seawright Cleaners.  Short sleeves are $10 and long sleeves are $15.   This year’s Heritage Jubilee is fast approaching. The co-chairs of the festival, Richard Kelly and Keith Coleman, have organized what sounds like a fun […]

Sean Burch Rides as Gentleman in Fundraiser

Sean Burch Rides as Gentleman in Fundraiser

Edgefield’s Sean Burch is preparing for a bike ride on Sunday, September 25, along with tens of thousands of distinguished gentlefolk in hundreds of cities worldwide, to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer research and suicide prevention.  These riders will, according to their Web site, don their cravats, tweak their mustaches, […]

Inaugural Fox Creek Cross Country Run

Inaugural Fox Creek Cross Country Run

In scorching heat, Fox Creek held its first home meet in 2 years. The new course is run on trails, gravel, and pavement making for a challenging race. The Predator boys team scored a victory over new Region 3 rival Eau Claire and perennial nemesis Wardlaw Academy. Although Wardlaw’s Hammond Manly easily won the race, […]

A New Writer with a Trenton Emphasis

A New Writer with a Trenton Emphasis

Reader, don’t be startled by the photo of Mark Twain, AKA George McDaniel. Twain is not the new writer for the print edition, alluded to in the header– George is.  He has played Mark Twain in one-man shows for years, about 400 performances to be exact.  The Advertiser asked for the Twain impersonation photo of […]

Area Crime Reports

Area Crime Reports

Guns Stolen From Vehicle The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 3400 block of Hwy 19 in Trenton, Friday, Sept. 9, to find a vehicle that had been broken into.  According to the ECSO report, the owner of the vehicle discovered a window to the vehicle had been broken out by a starter which […]

REPEAL OF THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY

REPEAL OF THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY

REPEAL OF THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY TO THE CUTOMERS OF Edgefield County Water & Sewer Authority EFFECTIVE September 15, 2016 The Edgefield County Water and Sewer Authority advises their customers located in and around the area of Main St. from Rabbit Trail Rd. to Columbia Rd. Rd, Columbia Rd. from Addision St. to Main St, […]

Area Crime Reports

Area Crime Reports

Thefts of Campaign Signs Continue The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office has again been notified of stolen campaign signs.  According to reports filed with the ECSO, Sonny Reel and Kevin Beck, two of three candidates seeking election as Clerk of Court, have reported having their signs stolen.  Reports show that Reel has documented more than once […]

Patsy Cline is returning to Edgefield Stage

Patsy Cline is returning to Edgefield Stage

Always, Patsy Cline comes to Edgefield County again with the Edgefield County Theatre Company’s production on Oct. 6 & 7 and Oct. 14 & 15 at 8:00 p.m..  A great success with the 2012 production prompted the Company to bring it back again with the two main characters of the play, Patsy and her fan […]

Ridge Healthcare Foundation Fun 2nd Annual Shoot

Ridge Healthcare Foundation Fun 2nd Annual Shoot

Ridge Healthcare Foundation Offers Fun for the Family 2nd Annual Fun Shoot September 24 Looking for a fun activity for the entire family and a way to support great healthcare in Edgefield County?  The Ridge Healthcare Foundation, through the sponsorship of Self Regional Healthcare, SRP Federal Credit Union, E-Z-Go of Augusta and Titan Farms will […]

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