A gentle nudge … an inquisitive sniff … your dog or cat's nose can be used to communicate as well as inquire. But what other telltale signs can your pet's nose convey?
Ike Byrd has been named regional director of external affairs for Kershaw County by AT&T. He succeeds Buddy Bateman, who has retired.
Jesse Woodford scored the first hole-in-one since he started playing golf while playing a round of golf at the White Pines Golf Club in Camden over the weekend.
This fall, Camden Media Co. will launch a new magazine called The Camden Horse. The magazine, which will be printed on slick, glossy, magazine-quality paper, will be published quarterly and will utilize full color throughout the publication.
Photo cutline -- Work on the new Lugoff Elementary School is progressing on schedule. The new school, which is expected to be around January 1, 1967, will cost in the neighborhood of $442,695 and will have 20 classrooms. The school is located on S.C. Highway 34, near the entrance to Drakeford Park. The new school will accommodate 300 students.
On behalf of Food for the Soul, its executive committee and board of directors, thanks to all who participated in our "Pass the Plate" summer fundraising campaign. Churches, civic clubs, community organizations and businesses throughout Kershaw County "passed the plate" to support our soup kitchen ministry and emergency shelter for the homeless. The financial support and volunteer efforts of the people of Camden and Kershaw County have enabled us to meet growing needs as the poor economy and related joblessness continues unabated, and as we seek to alleviate hunger and homelessness in Kershaw County.
Recently much has been said about the DPZ plan with respect to the use of the Mather Academy property and recreation. When one reads the plan's recommendations several facts become very evident despite all of the rhetoric.
Where did it come from?
Regarding recreation centers under fire, there's a larger picture we need to look at.
The following real estate transfers were recently recorded in the Kershaw County Assessor's office:
WASHINGTON -- Rick Perry's rapid lead over previous Republican front-runner Mitt Romney was predictable. But it is not a good sign for Republicans hoping to reclaim the White House and further highlights the crucial battle within GOP circles: Who is the godliest of us all?
With Hurricane Irene having come and gone, and with Kershaw County and South Carolina having been spared, the second-guessers in other parts of the country are coming out of the woodwork. When it comes to hindsight, there's perhaps no area more fertile than weather -- specifically, severe storms. It's easy to assess blame after the fact, whether it's for lack of preparedness or over-reaction, and there is no shortage of people who are willing to do so.
Does anyone remember this?
Tuesday: Camden at Richland Northeast (GTEN – 4:30 p.m.); Camden at Irmo (VB – 5:30 p.m.); Lugoff-Elgin at White Knoll (VB – 5:30 p.m.); Buford, Lancaster at North Central (VB – 6 p.m.)
The feeling of excitement at last week's Camden City Council meeting was palpable when architectural and engineering firms revealed their sketches for the renovation of Rhame Arena in the south end of town. The drawings were indeed startling -- perhaps because the aging structure has been deteriorating and decaying for decades now, and there has been doubt among some that a rehabilitation of the crumbling building was even possible. But possible it is, and not just to produce a humdrum building, but one that is attractive and will be a beckoning welcome to visitors driving into town from I-20 and ...
Educating children, parents about dangers of drugs, booze
For-profit colleges can't get no respect, at least not from employers. Which suggests that maybe they should be getting less generous taxpayer subsidies, too.
It is front page news all across the state and indeed nationwide -- a white policeman shot an unarmed black man in an incident at a filling station in Columbia. A dashboard camera in the police car captured much of what happen.
Most folks running for political office claim their previous political "experience" is just the thing that proves they deserve your vote this November. Sometimes that is absolutely true. Sometimes, however, as in the current city council race, that previous experience is the very thing that voters should remember as creating one of the most contentious, unpleasant four years in Camden's recent memory.
It was a delight to see the conceptual drawing for the refurbishment of Rhame Arena. What a classic design and what a great design for a "gateway to the city."
On Nov. 4th, we will fill two seats on Camden City Council. We have an outstanding candidate in Bob Williams. He is dedicated to helping Camden grow and move forward in a positive way. Bob was born and raised in Camden, and attended and graduated from our public schools. He owns and operates a local business and understands the needs of the small business and property owners. He would never exploit the office for personal gain.
Cassidy Borowski, a senior at Lugoff-Elgin High School, gets ready to perform a deadlift during the Southern Powerlifting Federation competition in North Myrtle Beach on Sept. 27 as her coach, Ron Blackmon prepares to spot her. Borowski set state records in the 132-pound, 17-year-old division during the meet. Her lifts included a 105-pound bench press, 205-pound squat and 215-pound deadlift. Cassidy trains with Blackmon at Carolina Fitness in Dusty Bend.
Having picked on and beaten schools their own size, the North Central volleyball team stepped up in class on Monday. The results, however, were the same as they have been throughout this season.
Former Camden Mayor Jeffrey Graham is seeking election as a Camden City Council member in November 2014.
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Allan Frederick Goud, will be held Monday, October 6, 2014 at 4:00 PM at Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends Sunday, October 5, from 5:30 til 7:30 PM at Kornegay Funeral Home, Camden Chapel.
Carrie Rader Prince, the mother of Camden resident Nancy Tucker, died Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
Mrs. Carrie Floyd Wright, 83, of 8330 Camden Hwy, Rembert, South Carolina, passed on Saturday, September 27, 2014. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Union Baptist Church in Rembert, SC. Burial will be at the Union Baptist Church Cemetery in Rembert, SC. Nelson-Haile Funeral home is serving the family.
Linda Ann Johnson Wages, 63 formerly of Holt, Mo, passed away September 15, at her home in Lugoff, South Carolina. She was born on April 22, 1951 to Cletis and Loraine Johnson.