Mr. Johnny Caldwell, 82, of 141 Fatback Road, Dalzell, SC, passed Saturday, March 5, 2011.
Ms. Sandra A. Lowe announces the engagement of her daughter, Aidan Kate Lowe of Camden, to First Lieutenant (U.S. Army) Casey Randon Wolfe, of Tribune, Kansas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randy and Carrie Wolfe of Marienthal, Kansas.
If you are going to lose to a conference rival, it's better to come up short in a game which does not count in the league standings.
Jackson School hosted its first IGA Lego Invitational Feb. 19. More than 10 teams from across the state attended the tournament, where students collaborated with each other on robot designs and programming skills and participated in the Body Forward robot challenge. The Terminators from Greenville Tech High School won third place; RoboEagles from Moore Intermediate School placed in second; and Mind, Boty and Spirit from Doby's Mill Elementary School won first place. Here, students Seth Addeo and Hunter Fulton (center) explain a robotics concept to Tyra Burch (left) and Kristen Clay (right).
Lt. Col. Antonio M. Fletcher, a Camden High School graduate, has served in the United State Army for two decades, and has numerous deployments to Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom.
The following are menus for Kershaw County schools for the week of March 7-11:
Camden High School graduate Delia Davis was named second runner-up in the Ms. Francis Marion University pageant Feb. 21.
Having taken their lumps against the likes of 4A baseball powers Sumter and Spring Valley in scrimmages, Camden did some dealing of its own on Tuesday.
The nation marked a milestone earlier this week when Frank Buckles of West Virginia, the last surviving U.S. World War I veteran, died at the age of 110. Buckles passed away peacefully, according to his daughter, and remained until the end somewhat bemused by his singular status as last survivor.
It does not take much to help baseballs fly beyond the fence at Dutch Fork High School's field. When Monday evening's winds rolled into town, it turned the facility into a launching pad.
WASHINGTON -- For a man who won office talking about change we can believe in, Barack Obama can be a strangely passive president. There are a startling number of occasions in which the president has been missing in action -- unwilling, reluctant or late to weigh in on the issue of the moment. He is, too often, more reactive than inspirational, more cautious than forceful.
If Hollywood depended on people like me, the movie industry would be busted flatter than Bernie Madoff's investor friends.
Turning four hits into nine runs, North Central topped Crestwood, 9-8, to help the hosts advance into Thursday night's championship game of the May Plant Credit Union Baseball Bash in Boonetown.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. After Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley announced he would not run for reelection after almost 22 years in office, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and other prominent black leaders saw a golden opportunity.
Rude comments and bad behavior toward overweight people does not inspire them to lose weight, a new study says.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Previously limited to sprinting on a treadmill, an untethered cheetah robot can be seen bounding across the MIT campus in a new video.
About a year ago, I wrote an article titled, "I didn't marry my soul mate." I was very honest about a period of time in my marriage when both of us wondered if we had chosen incorrectly and even if we had settled. During those times I wondered what my life would have been like had I married "the other guy."
LOS ANGELES -- More than 80 percent of Americans profess a belief in God, but Hollywood has been slow to offer content that engages people of faith.
It's already September. Time to go back to school.
The earth is the third rock from the sun. Ireland and Scotland combined are 84 percent of that chunk. Visiting these grand lands confirms that notion. There are so many rocks in these Gaelic territories that everything is made from them. Walls, roads, buildings, more walls, homes, roofs, castles -- did I mention walls? -- abbeys and monasteries all are rock solid.
Fall won't officially arrive until Sept. 23, but don't tell that to purveyors of pumpkin spice.
Single men and women make up roughly one-third of the United States population, a Match survey found.
Banging your head against the wall and murmuring bad words under your breath is counterproductive. Kids are messy. They just are. They have better things to do than pick up their messes. It's all right there in their owner's manual -- in between learn to walk and never play with matches -- make messes.
Pope Francis has been America's darling for more than a year now.
A new 44 country survey by the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project found that "a global median of 60 percent (of respondents) see their country's economy performing poorly."
With the Ice Bucket Challenge's cool wave of influence slowing down, a new trend has emerged on Facebook. Friends have tagged users, asking them to name the most important books of their lives in their status updates.
Just three weeks ago, Kathy Taylor received a devastating diagnosis. The mother of five, who was 26 weeks pregnant, was told she had an aggressive form of melanoma that had spread throughout her body.
Marriage is becoming a hot topic among sociologists, who debate if social policy should be encouraging the institution of marriage or focusing on bolstering relationship traits that seem to go along with marriage.
Spiritual experiences don't just happen in the pews.