Seven area students were named to the fall 2010 Dean's List at Coker College for earning a 3.75 or higher grade point average.
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The Rev. David L. Montgomery will be speaker for the Camden-Kershaw County NAACP Branch's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, to be held at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Camden First United Methodist Church, 704 W. DeKalb St.
Gymnastics classes are offered by the Kershaw County Recreation Department and Wateree Gymnastics of Camden.
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Last week an airplane flying from Chicago to Germany hit a bit of rough air. One of the crew spilled his drink. The stuff trickled down into the instruments. There it set off the hijacking alarm.
The chance to learn the Electric Slide and other popular steps is here. And with the addition of morning classes, there's a session to fit almost any schedule.
Dropping the old year
The following real estate transfers were recently recorded in the Kershaw County Assessor's office:
The Camden First Community Development Corporation is seeking volunteers interested in helping prepare tax returns under the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Cold weather brings extra responsibilities for horse caregivers. Proper nutrition, access to water, adequate shelter, regular hoof care, and, depending on circumstances, dental attention, vaccinations, and parasite control are all winter concerns for the equine enthusiast.
Retiring Kershaw County Sheriff Steve McCaskill was awarded the Order of the Silver Crescent by Gov. Mark Sanford for his service to the community and South Carolina. He was nominated for the award – the highest civilian honor for community service -- by S.C. Rep. Lester P. Branham, who represents Florence County. The award was presented by McCaskill's sister, Hope, at the sheriff's office holiday party. McCaskill, a life-long Kershaw County resident, joined the sheriff's office as a deputy in 1979. His first run for the office of sheriff in 1994 was successful, with his assuming the top ...
On this last day of 2010, we come to the last part of a look back at the year as it comes to a close. A groundbreaking event heralded change to come. An election heralded even more change (while keeping some other things the same).
Nannie Seegars made 220 fleece pillows for residents at the Springdale Nursing Home. Her family, including her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, distributed the pillows to residents and employees on November 15. Seegars wanted to make the pillows to show her appreciation for the nursing home. "Mama has been working on these pillows, tied up with love, for about 10 months and it has been a true labor of love. We pray that God blesses each angel who receives a pillow," Seegar's daughter, Pat Collins said.
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