A bill currently before the S.C. General Assembly would provide immunity from lawsuits to medical personnel who are treating people for free. It's an extension of the state's Good Samaritan statute, which protects doctors who stop to help accident victims, and it makes perfect sense. Good Samaritan laws have been passed all over the country, and they allow physicians to provide services at accident scenes without having to worry about being sued for malpractice.
Should Camden, which is ranked 17th in the latest AAA scmatc.com poll, finish in fourth place in Region 4-AAA, the Bullldogs will head to Region 3 champion Union County for Saturday's AAA Upper State wrestling tournament opener.
Automakers across the United States and around the world have come up in recent years with innumerable new features -- "bells and whistles" is the popular name for them -- which entice buyers and make driving more pleasurable and convenient. Heated seats and steering wheels are great for those cold mornings; keyless remote entry devices make keys almost obsolete; and navigation systems take the guesswork out of getting to an unknown location.