An event held at the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce facility several weeks ago for then-gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley did not represent an endorsement by the chamber, according to the organization's president, Deborah Outlaw.
When making the rounds with her husband to the Elgin precincts Tuesday night, Nissary Wood had to remember not to get too excited.
With as much as $8 million remaining from bond sources, the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees unanimously approved several school construction projects during its Tuesday meeting.
As I sit down to write this column, I still can't believe that Thanksgiving is right around the corner. This year has flown by much faster than any other year I can remember.
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"She's so cute! Come on, how hard could it be?"
Nissary Wood and David Herndon will face off again in a special election Tuesday for Kershaw County Board of School Trustees Seat 2.
More than 40 years ago, a few dozen acres of vacant land near downtown Camden looked like nothing more than just an open field. But when longtime Camden philanthropist Richard Lloyd looked at it, he saw nearly 200 years of untouched American history buried beneath the ground.
Kershaw County Board of School Trustees candidates Nissary Woods and David Herndon are still locked in a dead heat.
Every other year, politicians say the same thing to their constituents on Election Day: "every vote counts."
It never fails.
Four million dollars is left in the Kershaw County School District's (KCSD) Installment Purchase Plan (IPP) fund. How to use what remains of what was once $102 million for a series of school construction projects was the subject of discussion Monday night for the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees.
Apparently, Willow Smith likes to whip her hair back and forth.
With one week to go before the Nov. 2 election, S.C. House District 79 Democratic candidate Mia Butler and S.C. Superintendent of Education candidates Frank Holleman (D) and Timothy Moultrie (L) took the stage on Monday night for a political forum.
In approving policy changes concerning response to suspected child abuse and other emergency situations, the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees agreed at its Tuesday meeting that it is imperative district personnel be well-versed in how to react.