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How much of your paycheck do you take home?

Ten percent of middle-aged Americans have their wages slashed by debtors, NPR reported last week, and over $50 billion in consumer credit card debt will likely be added to America's existing debt in 2014, according to a recent study by CardHub.

September 23, 2014 | Linsy Hunsaker Deseret News | National


Fun fall activities for your family

Autumn just may be the most beautiful time of the year. With colorful leaves turning, scarves and boots being pulled out of the closet and delicious spiced beverages becoming available at your favorite cafes, there's something enchanting about this season.

September 23, 2014 | Leah Perri Deseret News | National


Woodworkers Club collects and delivers school supplies

The Kershaw County Woodworkers Club started collecting school supplies back in June for their annual school supplies drive.

September 22, 2014 | | People & Places


4H recognizes L-EHS student for leadership

Clemson University's 4H program recently named Lugoff-Elgin High School senior Sidney Goff as one of 10 state winners at its 4H Congress Awards Banquet. Sidney's award includes a college scholarship and trip to the National 4H Congress in Atlanta.

September 22, 2014 | | People & Places


Kershaw County quilters will attend Quilts of Valor event

Quilters from around South Carolina, including the Quilters of Kershaw County, will attend a fundraiser for the S.C. Quilts of Valor (QOV) Foundation on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the S.C. National Guard Armory in Columbia.

September 22, 2014 | | People & Places


Morris College residence halls to be named for two Kershaw County women

Morris College opened two new residence halls this year, and is naming one of them one in honor of two deceased Kershaw County natives: Dr. Daisy B. Alexander and Audree Adamson Clark. The new structures were made possible by a 10 million dollar gift given by Dr. Solomon Jackson Jr.

September 22, 2014 | | People & Places


Book review: 'Hope After Suicide'

"HOPE AFTER SUICIDE: One Woman's Journey from Darkness to Light," by Wendy Parmley, Cedar Fort, $14.99, 216 pages (nf)

September 22, 2014 | | National


Sci-fi once predicted the future. Has it become stale?

It's easy to anyone who watches the original "Star Trek" series of the 1960s to see similarities between Capt. Kirk's handheld communicator and a cellphone.

September 22, 2014 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National


10 ideas of what God looks like

When you think of God, what do you see?

September 22, 2014 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National


Breathing the invigorating air of enlightenment

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September 22, 2014 | Joe Walker Deseret News | National


My love-hate relationship with all things cyber

It is invasive in our homes, our families, and our personal lives and it is because of the things you and I are doing! It is our blog posts, our Instagram updates, our Facebook statuses, our Pinterest boards and our lives that are causing all of us adverse reactions.

September 22, 2014 | Tiffany Sowby FamilyShare | National


Volunteer 'ally' families pull poor out of poverty

It's a common problem for those trying to climb out of poverty that the more money they make, the more they lose.

September 22, 2014 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | National


5 everyday phrases that have religious origins

Have you ever had a moment so overwhelming and unbelievable that you thought, "I'm at my wits end!"? You might be surprised to know that this phrase actually originates from the Bible in Psalm 107, where King David gives thanks to the Lord for all he's done for his people, despite their misgivings.

September 22, 2014 | Leah Perri Deseret News | National


Student debt pushing retirees toward poverty

Rosemary Anderson, from Watsonville, California, took out two student loans in her thirties when she earned her bachelor's degree, and her master's, totaling $64,000. She has worked at least one job most of her life, in addition to raising her two children.

September 22, 2014 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | National


Parent's prison time devastating for kids, study finds

Kids who have a parent in jail or prison suffer significant health and behavior problems, according to a study that says parental incarceration could be worse for kids' health than divorce or a parent's death.

September 22, 2014 | Lois M. Collins Deseret News | National


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Local girl takes a bit our of the Big Apple

JoeAnna Parnell, the daughter of Tiffany Parnell and Jerry Chivers of Camden, made the most out of a recent trip to the Big Apple after ...

February 06, 2018 | | People & Places


Happy Birthday - Dot Newman's still swinging at 90

Happy birthday to Dot Newman, who turned 90 on Tuesday (Feb. 6).

February 06, 2018 | | People & Places


DAR annual scholarship luncheon to benefit Kershaw County students

Several years ago, the Camden Hobkirk Hill Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, initiated a scholarship program for Kershaw County high school seniors ...

February 06, 2018 | | People & Places


WW-LRC wild game dinner, silent auction set for March 24

The West Wateree-Lugoff Rotary Club's fifth annual Wild Game Dinner and Silent Auction is scheduled for Saturday, March 24, at the Camden City Arena ...

February 06, 2018 | | People & Places


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