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Governor Declares June as Great Outdoors Month in South Carolina

Governor Declares June as Great Outdoors Month in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Outdoor industry leaders gathered in the State House yesterday as Governor Nikki R. Haley officially proclaimed June 2014 as Great Outdoors Month in South Carolina, joining many states…

Seven Local Girls Selected to Attend Palmetto Girls State

Seven Local Girls Selected to Attend Palmetto Girls State

The American Legion Auxiliary of South Carolina is again sponsoring Palmetto Girls State.  This year’s program will run June 8 through June 14 on the campus of Presbyterian College in…

Confirmed Bear Sighting in City of Edgefield

Confirmed Bear Sighting in City of Edgefield

DRN Says “Not to Panic” – By Tiffani Ireland – Edgefield Police Chief Ronnie Carter confirmed for The Advertiser, Wednesday, June 11, that there had been multiple sightings that morning…

Statement from TranTech Concerning Accident

Statement from TranTech Concerning Accident

“Yesterday [Monday, June 9, 2014] there was an accident at our facility in Edgefield which sadly has resulted in injuries to three of our valued employees.  Two of those employees…

Primary Election Results – All Races

Primary Election Results – All Races

Unofficial results for the June 10, 2014 Primary Election in Edgefield County. For official results and statewide counts, visit: http://www.scvotes.org 100% of Precincts Reporting 21.58% Voter Turnout Probate Judge Cooks  30.85% Peeler…

An Interview with ECH CEO Brandon Clary

ECH “Doing Better Than Just Surviving” – By Tiffani Ireland – ​The Advertiser met Monday, June 9, for an interview with Edgefield County Hospital CEO Brandon Clary to talk about…

Crime Blotter

Crime Blotter

ECSO Locates Stolen Vehicle – One Arrest Made – One Suspect Still Being Sought The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office was patrolling the Merriwether area Tuesday, June 3, after a report…

To ‘Bee’ or Not to ‘Bee?’ Is Beekeeping for You?

To ‘Bee’ or Not to ‘Bee?’ Is Beekeeping for You?

CLEMSON, S.C. – Backyard beekeeping is a growing field and many people are interested but do not know how to get started or may start without enough background information. A Clemson…

Johnston Police Chief Chris Aston Announces Retirement

Johnston Police Chief Chris Aston Announces Retirement

After seven years as Johnston’s Police Chief, Chris Aston announced his retirement from law enforcement at Johnston’s Town Council meeting, Monday, June 9. After making it official, Aston spoke with…

New School District Lines Approved

New School District Lines Approved

Sen. Shane Massey advised The Advertiser through an email Monday that the school district lines have been approved.  Governor Haley signed the new districts into law on Friday.  These districts will…