Researchers Tackle Problem of Feral Hog Overpopulation, Damage

Researchers Tackle Problem of Feral Hog Overpopulation, Damage

CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson University wildlife ecologists are collaborating with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, USDA Wildlife Service and Farm Bureau over the next two years to quantify the economic and ecological damage feral hogs cause to South Carolina’s agricultural and natural resources. They will be crafting novel and effective management strategies and educating […]

Heritage Holidays Includes 40th Annual Parade

Heritage Holidays Includes 40th Annual Parade

Heritage Holidays in Historic Edgefield are just around the corner!  The Mayor’s Office says to save the date  for Sunday, December 8, for the 40th Annual Edgefield Christmas Parade! The Grand Marshals for this year’s parade will be the former Edgefield Jaycees and Jaycee-ettes of 1973 and up.  They were the founders of the Edgefield […]

Edgefield Possibly Losing Another Business

Edgefield Possibly Losing Another Business

After receiving reports of merchandise being moved by the truck load from Terry Ferrell’s Antique Shop on Main Street on Tuesday, Nov. 12, The Advertiser was able to confirm all the pottery and valuables are being moved from the store to an auction house in Camden.  This gave rise to the question of is the […]

What Are All the Yellow Ribbons For?

What Are All the Yellow Ribbons For?

 – By Jack Reece –  A couple of weeks ago my editor sent me a memo indicating that she had received numerous requests to explain the yellow ribbons in town and asked that I research and publish an explanation.  The short version is that a number of soldiers from the 122nd Engineer Battalion, headquartered in Edgefield, […]

Second Person Sentenced in Marshal Butler, Jr. Murder

Second Person Sentenced in Marshal Butler, Jr. Murder

Tomekia Miller of Aiken pled guilty to accessory after the fact for her involvement in the 2012 murder of Marshal Butler, Jr., Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Edgefield County Court House.  Miller was sentenced to 2 years in prison and 4 years probation.  However, the 453 days she has served thus far in jail will […]

Doug Painter Named Athletic Director for Edgefield County School District

Doug Painter Named Athletic Director for Edgefield County School District

The Edgefield County School District announced that current Head Football Coach and Athletic Director for Saluda High School, Doug Painter, has accepted the position of Athletic Director for the Edgefield County School District.  In accepting this position, Coach Painter has resigned his current position at Saluda. Painter will start his duties beginning with the 2nd […]

S.C. Suffers Season’s first Flu-Related Death

S.C. Suffers Season’s first Flu-Related Death

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control has been notified of the state’s first flu-associated death of the season, the agency announced. “Tragically, a woman from Dorchester County has become our first lab-confirmed, influenza-associated death of the season,” said Linda Bell, M.D. and state epidemiologist. “We are in the early stages […]

Trenton Passes First Reading of 2014 Budget

Trenton Passes First Reading of 2014 Budget

 – By Tiffani Ireland –  The Trenton Town Council made a small amendment to the proposed 2014 budget – opting to up the cost of living raise for town employees from the recommended 2% to 3.5% – before unanimously passing it in its amended form at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Wednesday, Nov. 13.  New […]

Bury Me With My Pearls

Bury Me With My Pearls

Jane Jenkins Herlong is launching a new book, today!  Her book is Bury Me With My Pearls whose title reaches back to her mother, according to Jane.  She first heard that expression from her mother many years ago. This new book is billed as “a real-life, roller-coaster ride of laughter, tears, and stomach-churning truths written […]

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