The Camden Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Monday at Proctor Hall. The historic home is a great location for a meeting. There is ample room and lots of natural light steams in from the large picture windows giving a warm and cozy feel. The program scheduled for this month is perfect for this time of year with spring in the air. Our speaker will be Sunshine Smith, who has started an organic gardening group and she will be enlightening the members on the benefits of organic gardening. As the days lengthen and the trees start budding most ...
Funeral service for Lula Belle W. Nelson, 84, of Chesnut Street in Camden will be held Saturday, April 9, 2011, 12:00 p.m.. at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church with burial in Cedars Cemetery.
Peggy Little Sailor, 87, of Camden, died Tuesday, April 5, 2011.
The King Haiglar Garden Club will meet on Monday at 3:30 p.m. The club will gather at 1819 Hobkirk Circle, Camden. The hostess, Judy Smith, will be assisted by Marietta Gordon and Michelle Herod.
A graveside service to celebrate the life of Judy Lane Rabon Sharpe, 70, of Lugoff will be held Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 11:00 AM at Springvale Baptist Church Cemetery. Rev. Todd Horton and Rev. Wayne Flowers will officiate. The family will receive friends following the service in the church fellowship hall. Memorials may be made in Mrs. Sharpe's memory to Springvale Baptist Church Building Fund, 1496 Springvale Road, Lugoff, SC 29078 or Home Health of Kershaw County, 2001 W. DeKalb Street, Camden, SC 29020.
Rep. Paul Ryan has issued a plan for returning this country to fiscal sanity, and it includes cuts to Medicare and Medicaid. The Wisconsin lawmaker's proposal would slash about $5 trillion in spending over the next decade, making it by far the most intensive plan presented to date to try to deal with the country's unsustainable spending practices. But predictably, potential presidential candidates have had little to say, recognizing the political volatility of cutting entitlement programs that people have come to rely on. Some have praised Ryan for coming forward with a package and acknowledge that it could ...
Young children in Kershaw County deserve the best that we can give them.
After reading the letter to the editor in the April 1 Chronicle-Independent praising Councilman Willard Polk for his immediate response to the request made by Paddy Bell, chairman of the Camden Garden Club, concerning the Joseph Kershaw gravesite project, I wasn't surprised.
"What if they gave a war and nobody came? So goes an old Vietnam War era bumper sticker. I've got an update in mind: What if they gave a war and nobody paid attention?
Margot Rochester was a very special person. She was teacher, mentor, author, speaker, Master Gardener and friend to all who knew her. She wrote many gardening columns for various newspapers, including Kershaw County's Chronicle-Independent, and authored two books, "Earthly Delights" and "Down to Earth: Practical Thoughts for Passionate Gardeners." She was also a very special friend to me. We would often visit public and private gardens together. Every flower she saw was her "favorite," and she just had to have it in her garden. Because she lived close to me, I visit her garden often. Walking through her garden ...
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NEW YORK -- Whether the topic is Libya's rebels or Afghanistan's "reconciliation" with the Taliban, the pivotal question is, or should be: What about the women?
Given his team's recent rash of injuries, Camden High baseball coach Denny Beckley could not complain about his team being in third place in the Region 6-AAA race with three conference games left on their schedule.
November 4 is past, and statewide elections have been decided. As I have discussed in earlier columns, I am always intrigued, and even a little amused, with the amount of rhetoric that is aimed at education during election time. Now that the votes have been cast, there are a lot of important educational issues hanging in the air that will need to be resolved by newly elected office holders. The decisions made will have significant and lasting impact.
Dermatophytosis, otherwise known as "ringworm," is a fairly common fungal infection that can affect dogs, cats, and other animals.
This week is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and is being observed in Kershaw County with a series of local events. Organizers said they hope all residents will participate in at least one event or activity.
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) earned an "Excellent" Absolute rating on state report cards issued today by the S.C. Department of Education.
The ABLE Club of S.C., the official athletic booster club of Lugoff-Elgin High School, is kicking off its membership campaign for the 2014-15 athletic seasons at the school.