Early Morning Fights

Early Morning Fights

• Possibly Gang Related The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office responded to a total of three fight calls in the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 13.  According to a report filed by the ECSO, the first call, which was to the Thirty and Up Club on Hwy 23 West and included the report of gun […]

Creepy-Crawlies Look for Warm Winter Homes

Creepy-Crawlies Look for Warm Winter Homes

CLEMSON, S.C. – Shorter, cooler days send a signal to many insects that it’s time to look for a warm winter home — perhaps yours. Clemson University has researchers devoted to “six-legged-science,” and some specialize in exploring ways to keep pests and people apart. This year there are new creepy-crawlies to keep an eye on. Entomologist Patricia […]

ECCC Plans Oyster Roast to Benefit Schools

ECCC Plans Oyster Roast to Benefit Schools

The Chamber of Commerce of Edgefield County has announced a three-special fundraiser coming up soon, to benefit Fox Creek High School, Strom Thurmond High School and Wardlaw Academy through their Booster Clubs. The three-special attraction will be roasted oysters, Low County boil and barbecue – something for everyone. The event will be held at the […]

Patsy Smith Celebrates Milestone

Patsy Smith Celebrates Milestone

Forty-Eight Years!  It is a fact. Patsy Smith of Wells Fargo on the square of Edgefield has been working in the banking system that is now Wells Fargo since her teens. The Edgefield Branch, where she works, celebrated the milestone with balloons and crepe swags as décor and many greetings from the staff and customers. […]

Opera Performing Twins; Grounded, Yet, Rising Stars

Opera Performing Twins; Grounded, Yet, Rising Stars

 – By Tiffani Ireland – Imagine expectantly awaiting the birth of twins, only to have those expected gifts to come very prematurely into the world.  Then imagine having those tiny gems, one weighing three pounds and the other only a mere pound, being given grim prospects and small chances for life.  Then fast forward nearly […]

Trenton Country Gardeners Hear How to Save Water

Trenton Country Gardeners Hear How to Save Water

Everyone enjoyed the water conservation skit performed by members of the Trenton Country Garden Club at the club’s October meeting held at the home of Dianne Yonce. Betty Jackson, Penny Hunt and Jan Burch used watering cans to demonstrate an easy way to conserve water.  Rather than allowing water to run down the drain as […]

A New Blacksmith for the Old Blacksmith Shop

A New Blacksmith for the Old Blacksmith Shop

The blacksmith shop on Jeter Street will be alive once again with smoke and with noises of the metal-meets-metal kind as Jamie von Stevens takes over the shop, very soon. Readers can learn more about her and how and when to visit the shop by reading an interview with her on page 5, section 2 […]

Motorists Need to Watch for Deer on State Roads

Motorists Need to Watch for Deer on State Roads

Motorists throughout the state need to be constantly aware of roaming white-tailed deer, according to a state deer biologist. Despite a persistent rumor, neither the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) nor any other state agency will compensate motorists for injuries or damages resulting from deer collisions. Besides practicing safe and defensive driving techniques, each […]

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