As a child, Juanita Mendenhall said she wanted to be a missionary.
The Piggly Wiggly of Lugoff will be closing its doors Jan. 16.
I have mixed feelings looking back over 2010. In some ways, yes, I'll admit I'm happy to welcome in a fresh year. Starting a new year with new goals can't be a bad thing. But while many of my peers are saying "good riddance" to the year 2010, I can't really agree. I've been fortunate enough to have many "firsts" that made 2010 solid for me.
Students from North Central High School presented a $4,000 check to United Way of Kershaw County during the December board meeting. The students have raised money all year from selling snow cones, hot chocolate, pizza and hosting a bonfire dance.
Robert and Dianne McCaskill's home in Bethune has quickly become a tourist attraction in the small town after lighting their yard for Christmas. The two have been decorating their home for the past 35 years.
Last Sunday morning, Denise Kniphfer walked into Swift Creek Church wearing camouflage high heels.
Paul Towns and his wife, Sarah, are continuing a 13-year tradition of setting up lights and trains for their community to enjoy.
It's been 22 years since Sara and Richard Hagins formed the Weatherization And Repair Ministry (WARM).
Jack Brantley was inducted into the Columbia Restaurant Hall of Fame in November. Brantley was also presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Greater Columbia Restaurant Association (GCRA). Brantley began Aberdeen Catery in 1985 with just a small party with some friends. Since then, Brantley has catered for two South Carolina gubernatorial inaugurations, President and Mrs. Clinton during their stay in Hilton Head at a Renaissance Retreat and the Augusta National Club House during the Wednesday opening of the Masters for the past 10 years. One of Brantley's unique concepts is that all his food is served on ...
Elgin Town Council approached the subject of salaries for the mayor and council members during recent meetings, and it was on the Nov. 2 agenda for further consideration.
DeleteAnne and Millard Ward of Camden are in the process of preparing seven turkeys and 60 pounds of potatoes.
Dealing with loss of a loved one is hard no matter what time of year, but it's especially hard during the holidays.
In the spring of 2010, John and Samantha Smith* found themselves in a though situation. Their landlord decided to sell the home they were living in and John still couldn't find a steady job. At that time, they were living in Richland County.
Spectators at the 41st Annual Marion DuPont 2010 Colonial Cup had their eyes to the sky Saturday just before the races began.
The late Sgt. 1st Class Wally Miles is still making an impression on the hearts and minds of the students at Lugoff-Elgin High School.