Edgefield County Clemson Extension is offering private pesticide license holders additional training to receive any credit hours needed to meet the requirement prior to December 31, 2019. If you are unsure of how many credit hours you have please visit the Department of Pesticide Regulations website (http://regfocus.clemson.edu/dpr/private.htm) or call the Edgefield County Extension office at […]
Edgefield Square in 1898. This photo is a part of the historic photograph collection at the Tompkins Library. Sponsors, Preservation Assoc. & UDC Want to add a little haunted history to your Halloween this year? If so, come join the festivities on Saturday, October 26th, at the 2ndAnnual “A Night in Bloody Edgefield.” Join us at the Tompkins […]
The following candidates for Homecoming Queen will appear at the homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 4. Front row, from left to right: Ikeyia Heflin, Jahonna Miles, Sanyia Mosley, Elizabeth Cleveland, Emily Cockrell, Nataleigh Deal, Jasmine McCain;Back row, from left to right: Sara Agner, Crystal Williams, Lillian Mann, AMya Watson, Whitney Davis.
Pictured are, front row, left to right: Bailey Redd, Morgan Thompson, Rivers Doolittle and Mallory Trunty; second row, left to right, Homecoming Queen Jada Walker Grace Seawright, Kate Barrett, and Katelynn Key.
Rental Pull Carts. . . Sign of Times Gone By When Pine Ridge opened the golf course for play in 1969, golfers had an option of renting “pull carts” to carry his or her golf bag during their round of golf. These carts were a standard item that could be found at any golf course […]
News Release U.S. Forest Service Savannah RiverPO Box 700,New Ellenton, SC 29809www.fs.usda.gov/savannahriver Media Contact: Kara Davis email@example.com Aiken, SC, Aug. 1, 2019 – The US Forest Service at Savannah River (FSSR), Department of Energy, National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), The Longleaf Alliance (LLA), Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and South Carolina Department of Natural Resources […]
Steven Bradley, Media Relations September 26, 2019 A memorial endowment for Emma Jeannette Carr, pictured here working at the Ridge Spring Farmer’s Market, is being established by her husband, Brig. General Chalmers “Hap” Carr (’60), to ensure the legacy of the woman who has been called “The Veggie Lady” and “Queen of the Market” continues.Image […]
Queen and Court Homecoming Queen Katy Neal Day is pictured with her father, David Day, and the homecoming court. Anna Grace Spurlock was named first runner-up. Natalie McNeill & Adam Smith were the little miss & mister homecoming escorts. The court pictured from left to right: Taylor Cockrell, Taylor Rodgers, Becca Whitlock, Homecoming Queen 2018, Davis Wash, […]
By Tom Poland The Southern Studies Showcase The beautiful Edgefield pottery piece you see is a gift. I received it for speaking at the Southern Studies Showcase held this past weekend in Edgefield. It makes for a symbolic gift. Edgefield and pottery go hand in hand with history. From Friday, September 20 through Saturday, September […]
Pictured are Edgefield Cornerstone staff: left to right, Katerra Baskin, Brenda Watson and Stephanie Forrest. September is Recovery Month and the center for drug and alcohol counseling, Cornerstone, celebrated with receptions in both Greenwood and Edgefield on Wednesday, September 11. Cornerstone in Edgefield is located at 603 Augusta Rd., and there are two counselors and […]