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Researchers Investigating Ways to Protect Turtles

Researchers Investigating Ways to Protect Turtles

CLEMSON, S.C. – Despite the Clemson Tigers’ hopes to crush the Maryland Terrapins on the football field Saturday, Clemson researchers are dedicated to protecting turtles in a human-altered ecosystem. “A…

Emergency Food and Shelter Money Awarded to County

Emergency Food and Shelter Money Awarded to County

Edgefield County has been awarded Federal Funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program. Under Phase…

Shayy Widner Crowned STHS Homecoming Queen

Shayy Widner Crowned STHS Homecoming Queen

Strom Thurmond High’s 2013 Homecoming Queen was crowned Friday evening at half time.  She is Shayy Widner.  She stands (center) with the first runner-up (left) Yahaira Escalera and second runner-up,…

Miss Harvest Festival Crowned

Miss Harvest Festival Crowned

The Ridge Spring Harvest Festival Beauty Pageant was held Saturday October 19 at the Ridge Spring Civic Center.  So many beautiful young ladies were present and participated.  The winner Miss…

More Equine Activities Abound on the Westside

More Equine Activities Abound on the Westside

• Sorting Competitions Oct. 19 & Nov. 23 – By Tiffani Ireland – By now, most Edgefield County residents are at least familiar with the concept of a rodeo.  And…

Early Morning Fights

Early Morning Fights

• Possibly Gang Related The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office responded to a total of three fight calls in the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 13.  According to a report…

Creepy-Crawlies Look for Warm Winter Homes

Creepy-Crawlies Look for Warm Winter Homes

CLEMSON, S.C. – Shorter, cooler days send a signal to many insects that it’s time to look for a warm winter home — perhaps yours. Clemson University has researchers devoted to…

ECCC Plans Oyster Roast to Benefit Schools

ECCC Plans Oyster Roast to Benefit Schools

The Chamber of Commerce of Edgefield County has announced a three-special fundraiser coming up soon, to benefit Fox Creek High School, Strom Thurmond High School and Wardlaw Academy through their…

Patsy Smith Celebrates Milestone

Patsy Smith Celebrates Milestone

Forty-Eight Years!  It is a fact. Patsy Smith of Wells Fargo on the square of Edgefield has been working in the banking system that is now Wells Fargo since her…

Savannah River Basin Water Management Website Operational Again

Savannah River Basin Water Management Website Operational Again

The Corps of Engineers has relaunched its website for hydrologic data on the Savannah River Basin. The website was taken offline after an attempted cyber attack in June. Savannah Water…