The Bailey Bill

Enticement for Investors: County May Consider at Next Meeting The Bailey Bill. Citizens of Edgefield County may soon be hearing a bit more about this bill as it was presented to Edgefield County Council at their January monthly meeting by several citizens who noted its use could entice investors to the county. What is the […]

Muelfeld Joins WFI as Fund Development Associate

Muelfeld Joins WFI as Fund Development Associate

Augusta, GA—Keith P. Muelfeld has joined the Walton Foundation for Independence as a Fund Development Associate. He will be responsible for growing the membership of the Cornerstone Society—Walton Foundation’s giving society—and developing new relationships with businesses and corporations throughout the Augusta River Region. Muelfeld is a former trial court judge for the state of Ohio, […]

SCDOT Continues Preparations for Winter Weather

SCDOT Continues Preparations for Winter Weather

               The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) continues preparations in anticipation of winter weather moving into the state. SCDOT Maintenance units in five of the agency’s seven Districts have been pretreating interstate highways and bridges since Thursday. The remaining two Districts are on stand-by to assist other regions […]

NWTF Has Acquired Kendall Mill

NWTF Has Acquired Kendall Mill

In an announcement given to the Advertiser Tuesday morning, George Thornton, CEO of National Wild Turkey Federation, made the following announcement: “I am pleased to announce that we have taken another important step in our journey to complete the Master Plan for the NWTF Hunting Heritage and Outdoor Education Center and the Palmetto Shooting Center. “Today we […]

Augusta Chronicle / Augusta Sports Council All Area Football Banquet

Augusta Chronicle / Augusta Sports Council All Area Football Banquet

The annual Augusta Chronicle/Augusta Sports Council All Area Football Banquet was held January 14th at The Legends Club in Augusta. Strom Thurmond Head Football Coach Hillary and Assistant Coach Johnson attended with their All Area Players Lawson Reel, DeAndre Ryan and Chad Gilchrist. All three of the Thurmond athletes were recognized for their outstanding performance […]

Trenton Approves Nuisance Ordinance

Trenton Town Council was asked to consider passing a nuisance ordinance at their first monthly meeting of 2016 held Wednesday, Jan. 13. Town Administrator Roger LeDuc presented to Council an ordinance that is modeled after Edgefield County’s nuisance ordinance but that has been modified somewhat to accommodate the town. The ordinance will address such matters […]

County Council Holds Special Called Meeting Regarding ECH

Edgefield County Council held a special called meeting, Thursday, Jan. 14, to, among other things, approve the second reading of an ordinance authorizing the purchase of a general obligation bond for Edgefield County Hospital. The matter was first presented to Council at their Jan. monthly meeting, Jan. 5, 2016. At that time, ECH board member […]

New Restaurant Coming to Downtown Edgefield

Randy Stamm, owner of Prime Steak House in Aiken, is bringing a new restaurant to downtown Edgefield. The new eatery will be taking up residence in the building that formerly housed Mercy Me! across from Chef Bob’s. Speaking to The Advertiser, Friday, Jan. 15, Stamm said that Nonna’s Italian Kitchen will be a “moderately priced” […]

Palmetto Shooting Complex Event Draws Record Crowd

Palmetto Shooting Complex Event Draws Record Crowd

More than 550 youth shooters descended upon the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Palmetto Shooting Complex and the town of Edgefield for the South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation sporting clays event. With additional visitors numbering more 1,000, this marked the largest participation and crowd ever to attend an event at the 300-acre shooting facility. These young […]

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