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 […]

J.L. Doolittle is 95 Years Young

J.L. Doolittle is 95 Years Young

Almost 70 people gathered this past Sunday the 6th of October at the American Legion Building to sing “Happy Birthday” to J.L. Doolittle and his sister Naomi.  They were born on the same day but it is J.L. who is 95 and Naomi who is 91.  The celebrants were treated to an endless Bar-B-Que and […]

The Seawrights, Pleased with the Festival

The Seawrights, Pleased with the Festival

“A Success: It Works Better Downtown” Wanda and Sonny Seawright did well in their job of directing the 12th Annual Heritage Jubilee which happened on the square in Edgefield on Saturday. They have a history with festivals in Edgefield. Years ago, it started as the Halloween Festival on the square.  They became affiliated with it […]

Downtown Drive-In Movie Showing “Dr. Dolittle”

Downtown Drive-In Movie Showing “Dr. Dolittle”

On the Edgefield Square – Saturday, October 12 The Edgefield Community Development Association along with the special sponsor, Dr. Bagshaw and staff from Edgefield Veterinary Clinic, invites everyone to the Downtown Drive-in movie night on the Square in historic Edgefield on Saturday, October 12, 2013, as part of the Fall Harvest Festival celebration. ECDA members […]

The Many “Lives” of Sam Crouch

The Many “Lives” of Sam Crouch

Pictured in repose after being shot in a shoot-out re-enactment for the Southern Studies event in late September, Sam Crouch lies waiting for his next cue.  He is seen in many places, among them the Edgefield County Theatre Company Productions. In the musical coming up, Sunny Day by Leonard Todd, which opens at the William […]

Trenton Fire Department Assists with Eureka Fire – UPDATED

Trenton Fire Department Assists with Eureka Fire – UPDATED

• Three Unidentified Victims An early morning fire at a home on Edgefield Rd./Hwy 19 in Eureka, SC, claimed the lives of three people Tuesday, Oct. 1. According to Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton, the cause of the fire is considered suspicious and the fire is under investigation.  Mr. Carlton said the three bodies, which […]

DHEC Confirms Flu’s Arrival In S.C.

DHEC Confirms Flu’s Arrival In S.C.

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Influenza, or “the flu,” has officially arrived in South Carolina, the state Department of Health and Environmental Control reported today. “Our agency’s Bureau of Laboratories has confirmed five cases of flu in the Midlands area of the state,” said Linda Bell, M.D. and state epidemiologist. “This confirmation reinforces the need for vaccination […]

Crime Blotter

Crime Blotter

Drugs Found at Fox Creek High School Report of Elder Abuse Leads to Arrest Attempted Traffic Stops Leads to Car Crashing into Home Vandals Damage Equipment at US Fibers Drugs Found at Fox Creek High School Two Fox Creek High School students were charged with possession of drugs Thursday, Sept. 26, after a random search […]

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