Thank you to Boy Scout Troops 303 and 348 and Cub Scout Troop 113 for braving the cold weather to collect food in the Lugoff and Camden areas on Saturday, Feb. 6 for the Christian Community Food Pantry and Food for the Soul.
According to statistics published by the American Cancer Society (ACS) Cancer Facts and Figures 2015, the number of new cases of all types estimated in South Carolina is 25,550 and the number of estimated deaths in the state from all cancer types is 10,130.
Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month, is an annual observance in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom for rememberance of important people and events in the history of the Black diaspora.
February 12, 2016|
Edward R. Allen
Most of us are ready, willing and able to take politicians and other leaders to task when things are less than our expectations would have them be. Unfortunately, all too often the criticism is warranted. Unfairly, we are less willing to be complimentary when plaudits are due.
February 12, 2016|
The Mt. Pisgah and Bethune areas once again find ourselves in the same situation we were in less than two years ago. I appeal to everyone in the county to please stand behind our small communities and help our children to be able to stay in their communities to attend school.
February 12, 2016|
Kershaw (Mt. Pisgah)
By listening to the local radio station, WPUB, and reading the Chronicle-Independent, people in Kershaw County are encouraged to trade locally. Having grown up in Camden and now living in Lugoff, I could not agree more, because we need the monies returning to Kershaw County. However, I find it a bit unusual and sad that a local business that operated for over 42 years has closed its door and little or nothing has been said as a note of deep appreciation for the years of service that Nettles Cleaners provided for the residents of Kershaw County.
February 09, 2016|
In Paul's letter to the Ephesians, he says, "Awake thou that sleepest and arise from the dead and Christ shall give thee light." I am exhorting you good citizens of Bethune to awake from sleep and rise to a high calling facing us in our town and community.
Last week, my husband had to call 911 for me -- a Sunday night at 10 p.m. I was having trouble breathing. I was recovering from two spinal compression fractures which had occurred last fall. No surgery was required for these -- they would simply take time to heal. I was on a walker, not able to go to work, but doing OK. I was taken immediately to the ER at Kershaw Health/Capella. My heart rate was 170+ beats/minute and I had a blood clot on my lung. Dangerous stuff. And scary. I was terribly frightened and in serious ...
February 02, 2016|
I would like to express my thanks to the merchants of Bethune who so very graciously assisted with two projects sponsored by the Woman's Club of Bethune. They also supported a gift-wrapping project by the Sandy Grove United Methodist Church Youth Group.
January 29, 2016|
Martha C. Stokes
Last week, an announcement was made about a program in partnership with Central Carolina Technical College which will provide a two-year scholarship to any graduate of a Kershaw County high school who meets some very reasonable requirements.
January 26, 2016|
Dr. Frank E. Morgan, Superintendent
Kershaw County School District
The lights are dimmed, the curtains closed, the actors/actresses are in place, the stage is set and then the curtains open and the script begins to play. The well-rehearsed scene begins to unfold for the benefit of the ones in the audience.
January 22, 2016|
Suzanne West Gordon