Veterans Honored on Tuesday at STHS

Veterans Honored on Tuesday at STHS

The date for Veterans Day, November 11, harkens back to World War I when the peace treaties were signed on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11the month. At the ceremony Tuesday morning, the Presentation of Colors, Pledge of Allegiance, the National Anthem with the help of the STHS Band and Mrs. […]

Edgefield County Delegation Meets

Edgefield County Delegation Meets

The Edgefield County Delegation, comprised of SC Representatives Bill Clyburn and Bill Hixon and SC Senator Shane Massey, held a public meeting Thursday, Nov. 6, at the Edgefield County Council Chambers. The delegation heard from various county agencies among which included the Veterans Affairs Office, the County Transportation Committee, the SC Department of Transportation, all […]

Singing, Snow and Santa will be Filling the Air!

Singing, Snow and Santa will be Filling the Air!

The 41st Annual Edgefield Christmas Parade will be on Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.  Our 2014 Grand Marshal is Mr. J. P. Calliham, Owner and Operator of Calliham’s TV & Furniture for 62 years. Bring the family and enjoy special entertainment before the parade, beginning at 1:00 pm, on the Edgefield Town Square. […]

Edgefield Is A Purple Heart Town

Edgefield Is A Purple Heart Town

• Town Council Holds Monthly Meeting As members of the Military Order of Purple Heart looked on Mayor Ken Durham delivered a town proclamation declaring Edgefield a Purple Heart Town. In attendance was Dr. Jim Hawk, an Edgefield Citizen and Purple Heart recipient, who served in Europe with the Third Army during World War II. […]

Small Ruminant’s Nutritional Needs

Small Ruminant’s Nutritional Needs

– By Gary Coleman of the Clemson Extension Office – Feed is the single largest cost related to raising small ruminants, more often accounting for 63 percent or more of the total production costs. It goes without saying that nutrition utilizes a very large influence on flock reproduction, milk production, and lamb and kid growth. […]

Candidates Make Stop in Johnston

Candidates Make Stop in Johnston

Two Democratic candidates running in the General Election made their way to Edgefield County and Johnston on Friday, October 31, a few days before the November 4 election. They are Bakari Sellers, running for Lieutenant Governor of S.C. and Barbara Jo Mullis running for Congress, District III. They came to expound on issues and to […]

Crime Blotter

Crime Blotter

Arrest Made in Johnny Hydrick Murder Case The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office arrested Billy Sellars, 31, of Aiken, SC, for the murder of Johnny Hydrick of Edgefield, Thursday, October 30, 2014, at his home. Sellars is charged with Burglary 1st and murder. He has been denied bond and is being held in the Edgefield County […]

“Attention!” All Veterans

“Attention!” All Veterans

This is the final announcement of the upcoming Veteran’s Day Ceremony on Tuesday November 11. The celebration will be held at the Strom Thurmond High School Football Stadium. Veterans are to park behind the stadium and rendezvous in the field house located behind the goalpost from 0900 to 0920 hrs. At 0920, fall in and […]

Kalei Bowser on Clogging Team

Kalei Bowser on Clogging Team

Kalei Mariah Bowser was named to the 2014 All-American Clogging Team.  The announcements were made at the American Clogging Hall of Fame Championships held in Spartanburg, South Carolina this weekend.  An All-American Clogging Team is selected each year through a nominating and selection process in which 24 of our best dancers are chosen.  These dancers are showcased […]

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