Palmetto Pony Club, a chartered chapter of the United States Pony Club, will be hosting a trail ride followed by a BBQ on Saturday, Sept. 24 through the beautiful Camden Hunt Country. Officials from The Camden Hunt will lead the ride and brief riders on the principles of fox hunting. This function is open to all riders age 6-25 that are interested in finding out more about Pony Club membership. For more information regarding the trail ride contact Patricia Palm, District Commissioner at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
The Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center has announced the resignation of Executive Director Liz Horton. Horton will be leaving the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce at the end of August to assume the role of Senior Vice President of Operations at the Greenville, S.C. Chamber of Commerce. She will assume that position on September 1.
The Bethune Town Council passed the town's budget for fiscal year 2015-2016 during a 6:30 p.m. special meeting Thursday before the regular 7 p.m. monthly meeting. Vice-mayor Don Witham presided over both meetings, as Mayor Charles McCoy was away on business.
The Kershaw County Sheriff's Office is investigating a carjacking incident that reportedly occurred Thursday evening. A KCSO report said a juvenile told deputies her mother stopped to use an automated teller machine (ATM) along U.S. 1 in Lugoff and while she was out of the car a light-skiined African American male got into the car and forced the girl out of the car before driving away eastbound on U.S. 1 toward Camden. The driver of the car using the ATM said she heard her daughter yelling, saw the car drive away and called 911 on her cell ...
Frustrated dog owners who have spent tireless hours trying to train their dogs with unsatisfactory results have the opportunity to give training another go under the guidance of professionals Jan. 10 at the Wateree Animal Hospital in Elgin and Jan. 17 at the Wateree Animal Hospital in Camden at 2 p.m.
From May through August the C-I covered many news items including the heated election for Kershaw County Sheriff, the debate over the possible closing of three elementary schools and a visit from Olympic Gold Medalist Nastia Liukin. We take a look back at the top headlines during May, June, July and August. On Friday, we will conclude our look back on 2014.
Minutes after the executive committee of the South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) upheld Camden High School (CHS) football team's ban prohibiting the Bulldogs from playing in the 2014 AAA state playoffs, as well as from participating in any 2105 jamboree, Kershaw County School District (KCSD) Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan said the appeal process will continue.
In the wake of the Oct. 17 post-game incident following Camden's 39-30 football victory over Dreher at Zemp Stadium, the Camden Police Department reported that a Camden High School student-athlete reported receiving threatening messages, via cell phone, allegedly, from someone from Dreher High School.