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Heritage Jubilee BBQ Cook-Off Results

Heritage Jubilee BBQ Cook-Off Results

Edgefield, S.C. October 6th 2012 Rank Team Name Total       1 JT’S BBQ 15.9800 2 JACKLEG BBQ 15.7400 3 BK BBQ 15.5700 4 CAN’T QUIT SMOKIN 15.4400 5…

Man Hunt in Johnston – Suspect Alludes Capture

Man Hunt in Johnston – Suspect Alludes Capture

A man on whom the Johnston Police Department has a warrant for attempted murder was spotted by a citizen Friday afternoon, Oct. 5, near Edisto Street in Johnston.  The JPD…

Options Abound for SC Landowners Looking to Plant Trees

Options Abound for SC Landowners Looking to Plant Trees

Columbia, S.C. – For many, it’s forestry’s version of the old Sears catalog – the Forestry Commission has just published a much anticipated new Seedling Catalog. Annual seedling sales have begun for savvy…

Tailgate the Certified SC Grown Way When the Gamecocks Battle the Bulldogs

Tailgate the Certified SC Grown Way When the Gamecocks Battle the Bulldogs

Columbia, S.C. – The Carolina Gamecocks will battle the Georgia Bulldogs Saturday, October 6, but fans can enjoy a different kind of battle before the game. The South Carolina Department…

Today Last Day to Register to Vote

Today Last Day to Register to Vote

You must be registered by Saturday October 6, 2012, to vote in the November 6, 2012, General Election. How to Register A citizen who wishes to register to vote may:…

Fire Damages Former Location of All God’s Creatures

Fire Damages Former Location of All God’s Creatures

A fire on Old Plank Road in Johnston Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 2, damaged the former location of the animal shelter All God’s Creatures and current home of Grant and Denise…

DHEC: Flu Vaccine Available Across South Carolina

DHEC: Flu Vaccine Available Across South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Now is the time to get vaccinated to protect yourself and your family for the coming influenza season, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control announced…

Southern Studies Showcase Welcomed Many to Edgefield

Southern Studies Showcase Welcomed Many to Edgefield

The Mayor of Edgefield, Ken Durham, has spoken, echoed by Tonya Browder, Director of Tompkins Library. He has announced the plan to continue, annually, with the Southern Studies Showcase that…

Don’t Miss This Week’s Print Edition

The Edgefield Advertiser is celebrating the 11th Heritage Jubilee Festival with an 18-page special edition that includes 6 pages dedicated to Edgefield, its people, and the spirit of the festival that brings…

Piper to Make Special Appearance at Heritage Jubilee

Piper to Make Special Appearance at Heritage Jubilee

Ms. Penny Hunt, the author of The Piper Tales, which have been running in The Advertiser since early September, will be at The Advertiser booth on Saturday at the Heritage…