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Emergency Management Offering CERT Program

Emergency Management Offering CERT Program

 – By Tiffani Ireland – In response to a need to have qualified volunteer emergency response personnel, the Edgefield County Emergency Management Agency is offering training through the Community Emergency…

Miller Thompson on Politics

Miller Thompson on Politics

“To Get People to Think” A new column is coming next week to both our print edition and our Web site: Miller Thompson, native of the Westside of Edgefield County…

Edgefield’s Heritage Jubilee Coming September 28

Edgefield’s Heritage Jubilee Coming September 28

It’s only three and a half  weeks until Edgefield’s  12th annual Heritage Jubilee which will be held downtown on September 28. Some of the events are tours at the Discovery…

“Southern Studies” Soon to Fill Square

“Southern Studies” Soon to Fill Square

The Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society and Old Edgefield District African American Genealogical Society are hosting a “Southern Studies Showcase” in Edgefield on September 20 and 21, 2013.  Genealogical and…

Attack of Horse Under Investigation

Attack of Horse Under Investigation

What has been described as a vicious attack on a horse by a farrier is under investigation according to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office.  The alleged offense occurred Tuesday, Aug.…

COY and TOY Announcements at Yearly Chamber/School Event

COY and TOY Announcements at Yearly Chamber/School Event

The Edgefield County Chamber of Commerce and Edgefield County School District joined for the annual celebration of some very special individuals on September 3rd at the Strom Thurmond High School…

Student Research takes Aim at Concussions

Student Research takes Aim at Concussions

CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson University researchers and students are tackling a national health concern by advancing concussion awareness and prevention through research. David Kwartowitz, John DesJardins and Delphine Dean, assistant professors in the department of bioengineering…

Friends Celebrate a WWII Veteran’s Birthday

Friends Celebrate a WWII Veteran’s Birthday

 – James Butler of Johnston Turns Ninety-Seven –  The Triangle in Johnston, a restaurant that serves Southern style food at lunch time, was the gathering place for some 20 (more…

Historic Columbia Foundation Holding Ceramic Exhibit in Robert Mills House

Historic Columbia Foundation Holding Ceramic Exhibit in Robert Mills House

The Historic Columbia Foundation will debut From Landrum to Leeds: Common Ceramics in 19th-Century Columbia, a new exhibit highlighting examples of the Foundation’s collection of locally made and used ceramics, opens on July 26. From…

The Downtown Shuffle

The Downtown Shuffle

“Musical Chairs” on Edgefield’s Main Street & Square • Mercy Me! Moving • 10 Governor’s Cafe Closing • Chef Bob Moving • Flower Shop on the Square • SPCA to…