State of the Smith Campaign

Dear Editor: As you know, there are questions in our state over who is considered a “certified” candidate for the upcoming primary and eventually the November General Election.  It is a state wide issue that also reaches deep into Edgefield County including my campaign.  I have been asked many questions about the future of my campaign […]

National Nurses Week

Edgefield, S.C. :  Hospice Care of South Carolina is joining the American Nurses Association in celebrating Nurses: Advocating, Leading, Caring, as part of National Nurses Week, which is held May 6-12, every year. The purpose of the weeklong celebration is to raise awareness of the value of nursing and help educate the public about the […]

NFP Mother’s Day Letter

Dear Editor, This Mother’s Day, we celebrate the special women in our lives who give so much to ensure we have everything we need. Being a mom is hard work, even for women who have adequate resources and a strong family network. Imagine what it’s like for those who don’t, those who struggle to make […]

Remember All Mothers This Mother’s Day

By Tanya Robinson It was on November 12, 1992 that I signed the papers.  I asked myself for almost a year, would giving him up be the right thing to do? I had been hearing so many reasons as to why choosing adoption is right and best. I remember the smell of John’s skin. His […]

First Steps, Active and Appreciative of Sponsors

For 8 years now, Edgefield County First Steps has been active in getting books to many of Edgefield County’s youngest children. According to Candi Lalonde, Executive Director of Edgefield County First Steps, the Imagination Library program has served over 600 children since it was started here in Edgefield in 2004. “We have mailed over 11,000 […]

WIU Thanks Contributors

Women in Unity After School Learning Center would like to thank Mayor Ken Durham for supplying pizza on March 14, 2012 presented by Charlotte Cheatham, Sheriff Adell Dobey for supplying pizza on March 29, 2012 presented by Officer Gladys Mason , and Superintendant Walter Tobin for supplying pizza on April 16, 2012.   The children were very […]

Conserving Wildlife Through Hunting

  By Brent Lawrence A person recently posed the question: “You’re with the National Wild Turkey Federation and I see your tagline of ‘Conserve. Hunt. Share.’ How do you conserve wildlife by hunting?” I love questions like this because they show an open mind and an interest to learn. Hunters are indeed the champions of […]

Smith’s Response to Dorn’s Statement

Editor’s note: Mr. Dorn’s statement was published in the print edition of The Edgefield Advertiser on 2/29 and 3/5 of the digital edition. Below is Candidate William Smith’s response.   Officially today, Mr. Norman Dorn (D), incumbent to the County Council District 1 seat, announced his candidacy for reelection. I welcome Mr. Dorn officially to […]

Letter to the Editor – Black History

Dear Ms. Mims, I would like to express my gratitude to the folks who helped with our recent series on Black history held at the Macedonia Community Center.   African-American month has never been so well honored in Edgefield as it was this past month.   There are many who helped make these programs a success but […]

Letter to the Editor – Camellia Tea Recreates Another Century

We have been driving up from Aiken to Edgefield for the annual Camellia Tea at Magnolia Dale every year since we moved to South Carolina from Virginia 9 years ago.  The Edgefield Camellia Tea is an absolutely charming event that recreates for us the ambiance of another century and a sense of a more civilized […]