The picture of Kershaw County sheriff's deputies in the Chronicle-Independent Jan. 7 indicated a lack of diversity and was not representative of our county's diverse population.
Applications for the 2011-12 Junior Leadership Kershaw County class for rising juniors and seniors are now available at the county's high schools and the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center.
Kershaw County women are invited to a night on the town for the second annual Downtown Divas Go Red for Women's Heart Health Month, to be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday.
The North Central girls basketball team, which finished third in Region 3-A, will open state class A Upper State tournament action on Tuesday when the Lady Knights travel to meet Calhoun County in a 6 p.m. start.
Monday: North Central at TBA in first round of girls state class A basketball playoffs
Mr. and Mrs. James Caldwell Catoe of Camden announce the engagement of their daughter, Leigh Catoe of Camden, to Rollin "Rollie" Reynolds, IV of Camden. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rollin George Reynolds, III of Camden.
Dear Readers: Happy Valentine's Day to one and all, along with our special good wishes to the veterans in VA hospitals around the country. And our particular thanks to those readers who have taken the time to send valentines, visit the vets and volunteer at VA facilities. Bless each and every one of you.
Funeral services to celebrate the life of Helen H. Cline, 72, of Lugoff were held Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 1:00 PM in Lugoff Christian Ministries with burial following in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The family received friends, Saturday, February 12, 2011 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Kornegay Funeral Home Lugoff-Elgin Chapel. The Reverends Reece and Ann Byrd officiated. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in Mrs. Cline's memory to the Liver Transplant Fund, C/O MUSC Foundation, 18 Bee Street, PO Box MSC 450, Charleston, SC, 29425.
• Fie on those who are criticizing First Lady Michelle Obama because she served pizza, sausages and Buffalo wings at the White House Super Bowl viewing. Mrs. Obama has been spearheading an effort to get Americans to eat more healthful fare, but she's right in saying that it isn't an all-or-nothing proposition. People can adopt better diets without completely eliminating those "fun" foods that almost everyone likes. Carping critics need to pipe down.
During the early morning hours of Feb. 13, Kershaw County Sheriff's deputies executed a search warrant at 128 Sheffield Rd. Elgin, and discovered a fully operational indoor marijuana grow. According to Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews, his officers seized 44 marijuana plants in various stages of growth. According to one of the defendants, at full maturity these marijuana plants would have an estimated value of $132,000. Deputies also seized approximately $10,000 worth of indoor grow equipment.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Oliver of Chesterfield announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Carol Oliver of Camden, to Mr. Justin Layne Truesdale of Camden. He is the son of Mrs. Nancy Jordan of Lugoff and Stephen Layne Truesdale of Westville.
Even for a speaker as famously gifted as President Barack Obama, business executives are a tough crowd.
Two meetings for the public to give input on the future of the Battle of Camden site and Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site as potential units of the National Park Service (NPS) will be held Wednesday.
When people talk about the tax structure in South Carolina, "dysfunctional" is the word most often used to describe it. This is especially true in terms of the way in which K-12 education is funded in our state. The revenue structure used to fund K-12 education is a morass of provisos, special legislation and conflicting statutes. It is complicated, confusing and arbitrary; it just doesn't work. (A metaphor related to duct tape comes to mind when I think about it.) The overdependence on the sales tax for school funding, caused by Act 388, has worsened the impact of the ...
By Austin Jenkins
Even though the Carolina Cup is more than a month away, reserved parking spaces are selling at a brisk pace.
The Royals AAU youth basketball teams will host tryouts in both Camden and Bishopville for its boys and girls' teams.
Invitations for the Carolina Cup steeplechase races were sent out to those on the organization's mailing list last Friday. And tickets and parking spaces for the event are now on sale.