Kershaw Center Disabilities Foundation Director Thoyd Warren (second from right) receives a check from Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Bill Kennedy (second from left) for $5,022. The money reflects proceeds from the Knights' 2012 Tootsie Roll Drive. With Warren and Kennedy are Knights Tootsie Roll Drive Chairman Fred Florian (far left) and Tip Fundraiser Jim Pontius (far right).
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Camden-Lugoff Elks Lodge No. 2603 is sponsoring this year's local Hoop Shoot on Saturday, Jan. 12 at Rhame Arena. The event will begin at noon.
And so we come to the last third of the year -- a look back at the final months of 2012 as we reach the final day. Here, then, are the biggest stories of September, October, November and December as we close the door on 2012 and open the way to 2013.
Morris Pest Control tech Tony Cooper had just finished up a job for a customer when he saw a car on the side of McRae Road as he headed back into Camden.
The middle of third of 2012 almost seems like a lifetime ago, now. A lot happened during the months of May, June, July and August, including possibly the year's top story: the case of a missing Columbia teenage girl resulting in the arrest of an Elgin man.
Grandparents know children are curious and do everything possible to keep them safe as they explore. Grandparents love when their grandchildren come to visit, but they do not always remember to take extra precautions to put their medicines and vitamins up and away and out of sight before their grandkids arrive. In fact, in a recent survey from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, nearly one out of every four grandparents said they store prescription medicines in easy-access places, including daily-dose boxes that children can easily open, and 18 percent said they store over-the-counter medicines in ...
The new year is almost upon us, which makes it time once again for the Chronicle-Independent to look back at the year that is almost done. Some of the biggest stories of 2012 continued from 2011; others will continue into 2013. Perhaps the biggest news? The fact that all of us are here to read this year-end review as an ancient Mayan prophecy the world would end Friday was proven false.
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Owners and fans of the Boykin spaniel gathered in the South Carolina midlands last week for the 2014 National Field Trial. The event was a "homecoming" of sorts for the Boykin spaniel breed that originated in the early 1900s in Boykin. The Boykin spaniel became the official state dog of South Carolina in 1985.
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