NEW YORK -- Texas Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry can resist the comparison all he wants, but he's more like George W. Bush than George W. Bush.
Roy "June Bug" Bush, 79, of Ridgeway, died Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Family and friends may call at 1501 Old Wind Mill Road, Ridgeway.
Eva Tucker Hampton, 86, of Lorick Horton Road, Camden, SC, died Friday, Aug. 19, 2011.
Rebecca Jacobs Jefferson, 88, of Alexander Street, Camden, died Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011.
Bishop Robert L. Missouri, 74, of 1521 Red Hill Road, Camden, died Friday, August 19, 2011. He was the son of the late Lewis and Ollie Patterson Missouri and husband of the late Wilhelmina Drake Missouri.
Funeral service for James McDonald "Hoss" Rabon, 68, of Elgin, will be held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at Hillcrest Baptist Church with burial to follow in the church cemetery. The Rev. Dr. Ronald Taylor and the Rev. Ken Jackson will officiate. The family will receive friends Wednesday 6-8 p.m. at Powers Funeral Home, Lugoff.
Valerie Burnett Waiters, of Black Walnut Lane, Cassatt, SC, died Friday, Aug. 19, 2011.
Murray C. Hudson (left), major of operations at the Kershaw County Detention Center, accepts a plaque from the detention center's director, Peggy Spivey (right), honoring his work with the county upon his retirement last month. The plaque commended his 15 years of service with the facility: "Thank you for your years of outstanding service, diligent work ethic and many selfless acts of time and dedication which have driven this organization to its high level of operation under your term of leadership. Hudson was joined by friends, family and coworkers, including Supervisory Major Crystal Rufus-Hodge (center), at the detention center ...
Ernest F. Hollings served decades in the U.S. Senate from South Carolina, and he was one of those who were in Washington during a time when politicians from both parties were still willing to step across the aisle and compromise. That seems long ago. But Hollings, despite decades in Washington, never lost his penchant for picturing himself as an outsider. In speeches to Rotary clubs and other organizations across the Palmetto State, he railed against "those boys up in Washington," as if he had never stepped foot in the nation's capital.
As Americans, we're blessed to live in the greatest nation in the world. But all too often we tend to take for granted the heroes among us who fought and sacrificed to protect us, our ideals, and our freedom.
Why would more than a dozen teen and college students spend a portion of their summer vacation volunteering at KershawHealth medical center? For some -- especially younger students -- it's a chance to gain valuable work experience. Others are looking for opportunities that can help give life to a medical school applicant's personal statement, or add valuable "points" to school or scholarship applications to give them a competitive edge. For most, though, it's the opportunity to learn more about healthcare and to get that all-important insider's view of the industry.
Dear Annie: I had a fabulous time in college. I was president of my sorority, a peer mentor at our advising center and active in many organizations. I also was granted many awards and honors. I loved rushing around with little sleep and juggling many things on my plate. Now my life is a different story.
The welfare of animals is very important in American society, and American families own more pets today than ever before. According to the 2011-2012 American Pets Products Association National Pet Owners Survey, 62 percent of American households own a pet, which equates to 72.9 million homes. Unfortunately, of those pets there are hundreds of new animal hoarding cases each year.
The following real estate transfers were recently recorded in the Kershaw County Assessor's office:
With the school year coming to a close, it is time for summer sports camps in Kershaw County.