It would probably suit Denny Beckley just fine if he never had to bring his Camden High baseball team to Greenville again.
(Today's column was written prior to this past weekend's White House Correspondents gala.)
If you depended on the national media for all your information, you'd get the idea that it's going to be clear sailing for Democrats in years to come; most metro papers and network news operations purport to be unbiased but in reality are shills for the national Democratic Party. And it's true that the GOP hasn't done well in recent presidential elections, and changing demographics in the country are producing more voters who traditionally fall into the Democrats' constituency.
Mrs. Minnie Williams, 89, of 511 Watts Lane (Knights Hill community) in Camden died Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Plans will be announced by Collins Funeral Home.
1927-2014. It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved father, grandfather and friend after a brief illness at the age of 86. He will be greatly missed by his loving friend Elisabeth Koening, his 6 children and 10 adoring grandchildren. He will be joining his late daughter Joanna and his late wife Winnifred. During his life he was involved in hockey, tennis and most importantly golf. He spent the last 34 years partially in South Carolina and was a great friend to many here in Montreal and at Lake Manitou, his summer residence.
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North Central High School (NCHS) recently received a $750 grant from the S.C. Arts Commission (SCAC) for the 2014 fiscal year. The support, funded in part by the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina, will allow NCHS to expand its visual arts program by purchasing a kiln for firing ceramics.
Each year, the first week of May is Goodwill Week. This week is a time to recognize the people in the community that make Goodwill's work possible and celebrate Goodwill's long history of putting people back to work, which began when Methodist minister Edgar Helms founded Goodwill Industries in Boston in 1902.
Everyone knows the weather is an acceptable source of discussion. Politics, religion and family, however, are fraught with danger when a person talks or writes. As I was listening to the news and awaiting information about a recent impending storm, my mind wandered back to a number of years ago when Hurricane Hugo was a problem.
Tink had been in Los Angeles for a week so that morning before his plane left LAX, it occurred to me that a good wifely thing to do would be to welcome him back to the Rondarosa with a home cooked meal.
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Creed and Mr. Adam Lawrence Bradley were united in marriage at half past six in the evening on May 3, 2014, at Grace Episcopal Church in Camden, South Carolina. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by The Reverend James Barnhill. Following the ceremony a reception hosted by the bride's mother was held at Springdale Hall Club.
Earlier this year, American Legion Post 17 presented plaques to recognize law enforcement and fire safety personnel who were selected by their respective departments. The plaques were designed and crafted by Legionnaire Butch Lilly. Photos were taken by Post 17 Historian Glen Inabinet
Efforts to improve navigation of the Wateree River along the Kershaw County area of the river dates from just after the Revolutionary War. From 1818 to 1828, South Carolina funded extensive internal improvement projects along most state rivers, including the Wateree/Catawba. Locks and canals were built to facilitate passage through shoals and other impediments to navigation.
South Carolina is known as a "red state" and a "conservative" state, and so one might be led to believe it's a place where non-"progressive," free-market policies reign. Certainly, South Carolina has a reputation for being a "low tax state." But the reputation is unearned. A brief look at the legislature's record on tax policy -- perhaps the most fundamental free market issue -- reveals a profound disconnect between reputation and reality.
Emily Houde, at left, one of Camden's many accomplished artists is presenting an original work of art to the lucky winner of Chance Art. The winner will be drawn on Wednesday.
Sometimes, you lose when you win.
Last spring, the North Central High School athletic department began a new initiative designed at going the extra mile to promote leadership throughout the Knights ...
Cam Jefferson poured in 16 points as the Camden boys' basketball team improved to 2-1 in Region 4-AAA play with a 52-48 road win against ...
Today is Inauguration Day and for better or for worse, a new administration takes the helm of this our ship of state.
WASHINGTON -- A recent tweet from @realDonaldTrump: "John Lewis is an American hero. I look forward to working with him in the years to come."
I recently spent a "delightful" morning in the cardiovascular lab at Kershaw Hospital (KershawHealth).
The Board of Directors of the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center has named Amy L. Kinard as Executive Director. Kinard, who currently ...
I originally signed up for art class and was shocked that I was suddenly plopped into a class that I had no prior interest in ...
On the first day of the New Year many people, as they do at New Year's every year, resolved to lose weight, or learn ...
The relatives and friends of Patty Minges are invited to attend a reception to celebrate her life at Springdale Hall on Sunday, January 22 at ...
Leroy Goodwin, 69, of Hartsville and formerly of Camden, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, January 15, 2017. A Celebration of Life Memorial Services will ...
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WASHINGTON -- Republicans can argue until their last breath that Trump objectors are sore losers, but isn't more at stake than "mere politics"? This phrase ...