The public will have another chance to learn more -- and voice their opinions -- about two major transportation proposals in Camden. The S.C. Department of Transportation (SCDOT) will hold a second public hearing July 10 regarding both a proposed "road diet" for Camden's Broad Street and a proposed official truck route around the city.
Beginning Tuesday, July 17, natural resource professionals will guide young explorers through three days of adventure at Goodale State Park. Sponsored by the Kershaw Conservation District, the 2012 Conservation Day Camp promises to be both a fun and educational experience as explorers take walks; learn to identify birds, plans and other wildlife; make art castings of tracks and other nature findings; and improve their skills at fishing with some hand-on S.C. Department of Natural Resources fishing instruction.
Mr. Hilbert Tucker entered into eternal life in route to Kershaw County Medical Center. Hilbert was born August 15, 1943 and departed his earthly body on Monday, June 18, 2012. He was the son of Zoelmore Tucker and the Late Hozie Mitchell. He received his education through the Kershaw County School System. He united in Holy Matrimony to Bertha Hill Tucker, August 15, 1991.
The city of Camden recently received a $45,000 grant from South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division (SLED), and a $64,121 grant from the S.C. Department of Public Safety that will be used to purchase upgraded radio equipment for city public safety personnel.
The St. Matthew Community Center Summer Camp Program located at 1207 Black River Road, Camden, will feature students from the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), Columbia on Thursday, June 28 at 10 a.m. The public is cordially invited to attend this exciting and educational overview of life in the Department of Juvenile Justice system. Speakers will enlighten listeners with how to avoid the system, life before and during incarceration; living conditions, peer pressure, how to become smart in decision making, planning for the future and many other topics. There will be a question and answer period after ...
Photo cutline -- Tourist Display at County Library -- Suzanne Brockman and Bobbie Jean Service are showing the display on tourism at the Kershaw County Library. The display includes information on home tours; camping at mountains, beaches and lakes; golf courses; Riverbanks Park Zoo; George Washington Travel Trails; Hickory Knob State Resort Park and State symbols and emblems. The materials were supplied by the South Carolina Division of Tourism and Historic Camden.
I was saddened by the choice of the senior(s) of the graduating class in (the) Lexington (school) district, but rejoice with the students who chose to include the "Invocation" in their program. But even more saddened hearing and reading in the Chronicle (that) Camden High chose to omit prayer and the "National Anthem" during their graduation ceremonies.