North Central High School (NCHS) was the recipient of a $5,000 gift from the International Paper Foundation. The money is being used to purchase reading materials for classrooms and the NCHC Media Center in order to enhance literacy across the curriculum initiative. Principal Worth Thomasson (right) said the International Paper Foundation made it possible for the school to benefit its students by encouraging them to read on a daily basis. Thomasson accepted the check on behalf of the school from International Paper representative Tim Boone (left).
Proud fathers and excited daughters were dressed to impress when Midway Elementary School's cafeteria was transformed into a ballroom for the school's recent Father/Daughter Dance. The event was sponsored by the Student Council and the Relay for Life Committee. Here, Katelyn Anderson dances with her father, Mike Anderson.
The 11th fastest growing county of South Carolina's 46 counties is Kershaw, according to Bruce Mills with the Santee-Lynches Council of Governments.
The first Boykin Spaniel that Kim Parkman ever saw was in 1980 when her future husband, Jule, gave his father a puppy as a gift. "He was the foundation stock with the Boykin Registry," Parkman said.
Bobby Boland, who stepped down as Kershaw County administrator in 2008 after seven years on the job, announced Monday he will retire as administrator in Lee County effective April 22.
CHS Spring Break Baseball Camp April 4-6
The throb of music to dance to filled Camden's Rhame Arena the evening of March 12 for the Mayor's Cup Step Competition
Columbia Northeast American Legion Post No. 182 presented Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) Investigator Justin Dill with a special law enforcement award for "outstanding public service." Dill received the award Feb. 8 at the post's annual public safety awards dinner at Fort Jackson.
More than 50 firefighters from across the county used a training drill March 17 at South Carolina Yutaka Technologies to prepare for real-life emergencies.
South Carolina agricultural vendors, restaurants and artisans are invited to a Kershaw County Farmers Market (KCFM) vendor open house to be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the FCL (Extension Homemakers) Building, 634 W. DeKalb St., Camden.
The James Leroy Belk Post 17, American Legion, recently responded to two flag-related requests in the community. The Lugoff Fire Department asked the post for a replacement flag to fly at the station and Midway Elementary School requested a new halyard (rope) to replace the worn one on its flagpole.