Applications for the 2011-12 Junior Leadership Kershaw County class for rising juniors and seniors are now available at the county's high schools and the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center.
For the second time in four years, the Chronicle-Independent has been named the best two-to-three times weekly newspaper in the state of South Carolina. The C-I earned first place in the General Excellence category at a luncheon during the S.C. Press Association's annual meeting held Saturday in Columbia.
Restaurant hours for Charlie's on Broad were incorrectly reported in the New Chamber Member Spotlight featured in the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce publication, The Connection, which was included in Monday's Chronicle-Independent. Charlie's, located at 1035 Broad St. in Camden, is open every day of the week -- Sunday through Saturday -- from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 5 p.m. until the last customer is served.
Every man on the dock had caught fish. One man caught more fish than the limit. The game warden checked around. He asked each man. "Are these your fish?" Of course everybody said it wasn't theirs. Finally the warden turned to a little boy who had been fishing. "Son," he asked, "have you caught any fish?" "No, sir," replied the boy. "I haven't even had a bite all day." "Here!" said the warden. "These must be yours."
Lance Robinson marched through Camden Feb. 11 on his way to Columbia as part of his Brother to Brother Day March across America. While in Camden, Robinson was presented a plaque by Camden Mayor Jeffrey Graham. He, in turn, presented pins to Camden police and fire chiefs Joe Floyd and John Bowers, respectively. Robinson, a U.S. Marine veteran who served in the 1970s, hopes to visit every state capital in an effort to create a holiday to honor active duty military and veterans as one.
Clemson Extension Agent Tony Melton reminds local vegetable growers of the upcoming commercial vegetable meeting Thursday at the Compass Restaurant near Turbeville. The meeting begins at 10 a.m., includes lunch, and adjourns at 1 p.m. Clemson Extension vegetable specialists Drs. Richard Hassell, Tony Kienath and Powell Smith will be presenters in addition to Melton. If you are considering growing commercial vegetables or small fruits in 2011, this will be an informative event for you.
February 25, 2011|
Clemson Extension Service agent