(The following story as told by Mrs. Lottie Williams.)
Vincent "Poppa" Rawlinson was born on October 22, 1965 in Columbia, SC. He was the son of the late James Rawlinson Sr. and Gracie Jacobs Rawlinson. Vincent, of Lugoff, entered into his eternal life on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 2:14 p.m. He was a proud member of St. James Deliverance Pentecostal Assembly Church and their usher board.
Logan Raye, a luxury spa and salon that is well-known in the Columbia area, has opened a new facility at 1025 Broad St. in Camden. Sewell Gelberd, owner of Logan Raye in Columbia, said he heard via the beauty grapevine that an existing salon was closing shop in Camden. He was introduced to Billy Silver, who owns the building where the former shop was located. Soon, Gelberd and Silver were discussing partnership in a Camden-based Logan Raye. The new shop employs more than 10 technicians on hand each day: Barbara Copeland, Vivian Watkins, Tina Branham, Andrea Finch, Ashley Parrott , Samantha ...
The Boylan Haven-Mather Academy National Alumni Association will host an informal information session Saturday regarding the newly established endowment of the former boarding school.
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Dr. Louisa Shannon DuBose, 84, of Camden will be held Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 2:00 pm in Bethesda Presbyterian Church. The family will receive friends following the service in John Knox Hall. Rev. Dr. William F. Summers will officiate. Memorials may be made in Dr. DuBose's memory to Historic Camden, 222 Broad Street, Camden, SC 29020
Sarah Humphrey, 84, of Greer, widow of Wade C. Humphrey, died Tuesday, February 15, 2011 at St. Francis, Greenville, SC.
Most of us know that Kershaw County is a wonderful place to live, raise a family, and grow old together with family and friends. Our tight-knit community is full of loving and caring people who always seem to go the extra mile when called upon. So, for some of you who may not know one of Kershaw County's best kept secrets, I will now attempt to let the cat out of the bag!
WASHINGTON -- Procrastination is rarely a cost-free strategy. That is true when it comes to fixing Social Security -- as much as the Obama administration and, even more forcefully, its allies on the left may wish to believe otherwise. Their "what's the big rush?" message goes like this: The retirement program isn't really contributing to deficits in the short run. Indeed, its finances are healthy enough so that it can continue paying all promised benefits for more than two decades, until 2037. Even then, if absolutely nothing is done, Social Security would be able to pay about 75 percent of ...
44 YEARS AGO -- Feb. 20-24, 1967
NEW YORK -- Now would be a very good time to be a cartoonist. Or perhaps not. As the late cartoonist Doug Marlette frequently lamented, "How do you cartoon a cartoon? We're living in ÎToon Town.'"
Home going service for Charlene Marie Marthers, 38, of Lugoff, will be held Friday at 4:00 p.m. at Powers Funeral Home. Rev. Arizona DeVane will officiate. The family will receive friends Friday 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home.
Gilbert Cantey Jr., 76, of Bunker Hill Road, Lugoff, SC, died Monday, Feb. 21, 2011.
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Most people here in Kershaw County and across the country believe that despite political differences, there's a sense of fair play that should come into effect when philosophical problems arise in government. We certainly haven't seen much of an atmosphere of compromise in the last few years, but the brouhaha in Wisconsin over the governor's efforts to end a portion of public unions' collective bargaining rights has prompted two actions that we believe most people -- even those who don't agree with Gov. Scott Walker's plan -- will think violate a sense of fair play.
Long time member of the Lions International Club, Rich Pinkerton, was recently selected to serve as the club's regional coordinator for the Leader Dog Program for North and South Carolina.
The Fine Arts Center will host its annual meeting Thursday, Sept. 4 at 6 p.m. at the FAC in the Jim and Pat Watts Performing Arts Wing and Shull Pavilion.
When I was told about the "Demon Nickname" article in Friday's paper, I was upset when I read the article. I was mad. Oh, by the way my daughter is a cheerleader.
Tax inversions. Double Irish with a Dutch sandwich. Spinning off tangible assets into real estate investment trusts. Son-of-BOSS shelters.
We comment on sports issues in this space on a regular basis, because athletics are so ingrained into the culture of Kershaw County and South Carolina. This week marks the kick-off of college football season in the Palmetto State, and several developments highlight the changing culture of the pigskin pastime here.
Camden High and Lugoff-Elgin High students used the week leading up to their rival football game to raise money for the United Way of Kershaw County. As announced at halftime of the football game, Lugoff-Elgin High raised $40,748.20 and Camden High raised $24,825.81, new all-time high amounts for both schools and over $26,000 more than last year's total. Over the past six years, the two schools have brought in over $182,000 to help the local community. Pictured are students and staff from both schools and United Way officials joining midfield of the Lugoff-Elgin ...
I am writing about the negative article that appeared in the Camden Chronicle this past Friday concerning the Lugoff Elgin cheerleaders.
The Kershaw County Amateur Radio club will have a series of classes about amateur radio open to licensed and unlicensed enthusiasts. The classes will run September 10, 17 and 24 Wednesday evenings at 7-9 p.m. in the Band Room on the Camden Military Academy grounds.
Scott Addis earns Eagle Scout award
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