The Fox Creek Predators football team lost Friday night’s home non-conference game against Dreher by a score of 48-6.
The Strom Thurmond High School varsity football team defeated Aiken High School Friday night in a non-conference season opener by a score of 17–10.
Northland Communications, a member of the National Cable Television Cooperative, announced the execution of a broad multi-year distribution agreement with The Walt Disney Company. The agreement will provide Northland customers with highly-anticipated sports programming including the SEC Network which will launch on or around August 14th, the Longhorn Network, and WatchESPN.com access which will launch […]
Strom Thurmond’s Rebels defeated Clinton last night 9-0 at Wilder Field in Clinton, South Carolina. A field goal by #99 Cole Fell and a TD with 2:33 remaining to play added more oil to the Rebel fine tuning with regular season just a week away. The Rebel JV team also won against Clinton 6-0.
Experienced anglers are sought by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources Aquatic Education Section to volunteer for a new family fishing instruction program. The Family Fishing Clinics (FFCs) are designed to introduce the basics of freshwater fishing to the young and old. Participants will learn how to tie fishing knots, rig rods, cast, fish and […]
Dove hunting opportunity has been expanded for South Carolina sportsmen this year. The US Fish & Wildlife Service has offered 20 additional days for the dove season. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has selected this offer and the dove season will be 90 rather than 70 days, as in the past. As a […]
– By Tom Quattlebaum – We had good numbers for the weekend with cool weather. I didn’t play Saturday in one of my more sane moments. Ten started out. The first clap of thunder brought Chuck Collard to the clubhouse and the first hard rain had Bernard Trotter in as well. To protect the reputation […]
The S.C. Natural Resources Board recently approved migratory bird hunting seasons for mourning doves, marsh hens (rails), woodcock, snipe, moorhens, purple gallinules, and early seasons during September for teal and Canada geese. The 2014-2015 seasons must still meet approval by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and be published in the Federal Register in order […]
MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – From Aug. 5 through Aug. 15, Santee Cooper will conduct helicopter treatments of Environmental Protection Agency-approved aquatic herbicides in lakes Marion and Moultrie, targeting the invasive aquatic plant crested floating heart. Non-native crested floating heart is an aggressive plant, which is very difficult to control. At present, very few herbicides are […]
SAVANNAH, Ga. – Concrete remnants from a bridge demolition project will soon find a new home as fish attractors at the bottom of J. Strom Thurmond Lake. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partnered with the Georgia and South Carolina Departments of Natural Resources, the Georgia Department of Transportation, and Scott’s Bridge Company to develop and execute a […]