It's hard to believe Thanksgiving is upon us once again and I'll be the first to admit I'm elated. The fourth Thursday in November has always been my holiday of choice. Waiting to see if Santa has pleased all the good boys and girls under our roof weighs heavier on the stress-o-meter than does the debate on how dry my turkey is. Make no mistake, as the meaning of Christmas is at the absolute top. Thanksgiving tends to be, for me, a bit more calming in a loud, laughter-induced kind of way. Its focus is somewhat more ...
The best thing about Election Day is that all the drivel spooned out by the pundits and analysts and strategists and partisans goes right out the window. The electorate finally gets to have its say. And on Tuesday, the nation's voters said they'd rather have another term of the Obama administration than put Mitt Romney in the White House. Strangely enough, Americans say they're tired of bickering among the two parties and they want compromise, but they re-elected both the president and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, the two parties which haven't been able to agree ...
Rec Center youth basketball is open for children ages 5 to 19. The age cut off date is Sept. 1. Registration Fee is $32 and the registration deadline is Nov. 17. Registration dates and locations are as follows:
In his 2008 "More Perfect Union" speech, presidential candidate Barack Obama declared, "Race is an issue that I believe this nation cannot afford to ignore right now." Then he tried his best to ignore it.
Katherine Hurt Richardson, deputy director of the Camden Archives and Museum, will be the guest speaker at the fifth annual Baruch Society Members' Dinner, scheduled for Nov. 15 at the National Steeplechase Museum in Camden. She is currently developing an exhibit chronicling KershawHealth's 100-year history. The exhibit will premiere when KershawHealth officially celebrates its centennial in April 2013. At the dinner, Richardson plans to focus on the hospital's early years and the critical role Bernard Baruch played in establishing and sustaining it.
The following is a list of winners and unofficial Kershaw County vote totals, from U.S. President to Camden City Council, as provided by the Kershaw County Election Commission around 2 a.m. today. The C-I will have complete precinct-by-precinct results and candidate's reactions Friday in print and online.
Camden First United Methodist Church will be celebrating its annual "Friends of the First" service on Sunday at 11 a.m. This is a special day of worship and we have asked the congregation to extend invitations to family and friends. The theme for this year's celebration is "A friend loves at all times." That love, the love of God is to be manifested in all we do, in all seasons and at all times.
Saturday, God's Helpers will host Pastor Willie Davis as their Thanksgiving Gathering speaker, 2 to 4 p.m. at the Kershaw County Recreation Department.
I was surprised, and frankly insulted, to learn in the November 2 C-I that the Camden city manager believes that I am a tourist in Camden.
I am writing on behalf of the newly formed Kershaw County Tea Party that meets in Cassatt. Our membership wants to commend and applaud the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and County Council Chairman Gene Wise for opposing the tax increase requested by the Kershaw County School Board.
Crimestoppers and the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) are hoping someone will recognize a male suspect who robbed a Lugoff convenience store at gunpoint on Saturday, Oct. 27.
Absentee voting statewide and in Kershaw County hit an all-time high this election cycle as more than 375,000 South Carolinians cast their ballots before Election Day. Kershaw County Voting Registration Director Rosalind Watson estimated absentee voting in the county this year nearly doubled that of the 2010 election.
Dear Annie: I am 17 years old, and I have a younger sister who is 13. Her attitude is awful. I have to drive her to school every day, and we always get into fights. She constantly criticizes my driving and puts me down. She also calls me a lot of names and says hurtful things. We even got into a physical fight.
LUGOFF– A celebration of life service for Willie Lee "Bill" Clark, 87, will be held today at 12:30 p.m. at Powers Funeral Home ...
Returning to the wrestling mat for the first time since finishing second in their own Demon Holiday Classic on Dec. 17, Lugoff-Elgin finished fourth in ...
A new race meet, The Steeplechase of Charleston at Stono Ferry, will join the National Steeplechase Association's 2017 spring racing schedule.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank every student-athlete who has been involved with athletics at North Central High School during the past ...