Don’t miss The Edgefield Advertiser print edition, on the street Wednesday morning, May 30. It includes pictures of graduates from our four, area schools – STHS, Wardlaw, Fox Creek and RS-M. Special interviews with Vals and Sals start the edition and it ends with a collage of photos. And take note of the many greetings […]
He has been driving a truck for 35 years, a total of 3.1 million miles, enough to have gone around the world 140 time, and has never had a wreck, never gotten a ticket or points off his license! That is enough to make any man eligible for an award. That is one reason the […]
“Memorial Day is Monday, May 28th. This is the day our county will pay tribute to all who have made supreme sacrifices for our country. There is no greater country than the U.S.A., and there is no greater sacrifice than those who give their lives defending it. Memorial Day is set aside to remember heroes […]
If you do not subscribe to The Advertiser or pick up a copy at your local newsstand, these are just a sampling of the items in this week’s print edition that are not included online. A new thing to keep slugs out of the plants. Find in Dolly’s News, sec. 2 page 2 Who among […]
We spotted this double rainbow in Trenton Tuesday evening after a thunderstorm rolled through as we were on the way to pick up the paper from the printer in Aiken.
Members from Antioch Baptist Church and a few other local churches competed in the Fort Gordon Marine Mud Challenge on Saturday May 12th. They compromised three five person teams, Team Edgefield, Bobby’s Vegan Buddies and The Religious Mudders.
Sean Burch, whom you may know as manager of The Turkey Shoppe on Main Street, and his wife Lynn are traveling by motorcycle through France over the next few days. He has always kept a travel journal, but this time he will be posting updates to his blog along his journey. Follow Sean and […]
These are paintings by the Art Club of Strom Thurmond High. They hang in Artemis, the coop/store on the square in Edgefield, “under the blue awning.” You will find some really interesting art done by our young people of this area. Drop in during their store hours (on their door) and enjoy the paintings that […]
The first order of business conducted during the May 2012 Johnston Town Council Meeting was to express the town’s gratitude for the services rendered by volunteer firemen. Mayor Andy Livingston presented monetary awards to the volunteers that had achieved a score of 70 or above on the state proficiency criteria that are representative of percentage […]
20 Day Training Exercise in Western South Carolina Students from the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC)’s Marine Special Operations School (MSOS), are scheduled to conduct a 20-day training exercise across a five-county area in western South Carolina near Sumter National Forest from Aug 20 to 28, 2012. “U.S. Marine Corps Forces […]