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Blues returns for 21st year

Produced and presented by the Fine Arts Center (FAC) of Kershaw County, the Carolina Downhome Blues Festival celebrates its 21st year. Touted by blues aficionados ...

September 22, 2017 | | People & Places

Hobkirk Hill DAR kicks off 2017

The Hobkirk Hill Chapter NSDAR kicked off its new year with a meeting at Historic Camden's MaCaa's Tavern on Sept. 14. The chapter ...

September 22, 2017 | | People & Places

Invitations mailed, website posted for CHS 50th reunion

Invitations to the 50th reunion of Camden High School's Class of 1967 have been mailed to classmates with known addresses, and the reunion committee ...

September 22, 2017 | | People & Places

Life lessons learned

Twelve years.

September 22, 2017 | Jessica Reynolds, NCHS C-I high school columnist | High School Columns

Revolutionary Run Half Marathon set for Saturday

The Historic Camden Foundation will host the inaugural Revolutionary Run Half Marathon on Saturday, Sept. 23 at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site.

September 22, 2017 | | Seasonal Sports

Keen, Lawson help CHS harriers to wins

Running in the combination of heat and humidity failed to slow down the Camden High cross country team which swept a meet in Lancaster last ...

September 22, 2017 | | Camden High/Middle

CHS volleyball welcomes alumni back

The Camden High School volleyball program will be hosting its first Alumni Night for all former CHS volleyball players on Wednesday, Sept. 27th at 5 ...

September 22, 2017 | | Camden High/Middle

Camden Jaycees golf tourney has openings

Spaces are filling up quickly for the Camden Jaycees' Annual Golf Tournament which benefits the organization's yearly Christmas Stocking Fund.

September 22, 2017 | | Golf

Wise leads L-E girls to second victory

Led by the afternoon's low round shot by Michaelah Wise, the Lugoff-Elgin golf team upended Ridge View, 237-225, in a Tuesday match played over ...

September 22, 2017 | | Lugoff-Elgin High/Middle

Lady Knights tune up for Saturday tourney by beating Andrew Jackson

After a first set loss, North Central stormed back to take down rival Andrew Jackson in four sets in a Region 4-AA volleyball match played ...

September 22, 2017 | | North Central High/Middle

Spartans face a stern test in trip to meet improved Trojan squad

Through its first three games of the season, Camden Military Academy has shown a tendency to break slowly from the box.

September 22, 2017 | Tom Didato | Sports

Lady Demons roll past Crestwood

A quick look over the stat sheet tells you all you need to know in regard to Lugoff-Elgin's volleyball match against visiting Crestwood on ...

September 22, 2017 | | Lugoff-Elgin High/Middle

No day at the beach for Dogs

North Myrtle Beach has never had a football program which has been looked upon as traditional state power. For that reason, when Blair Hardin left ...

September 22, 2017 | Tom Didato | Sports

Demons live, learn from loss

Coming off a 42-0 loss to South Aiken, you would have thought Lugoff-Elgin head coach Matt Campbell might use the CD disks from the game ...

September 22, 2017 | Tom Didato | Sports

Williamson will be back for NC

There was a time when a trip to Great Falls meant holding on for dear life, take your beating, hope nobody got hurt and get ...

September 22, 2017 | Tom Didato | Sports

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CCG season starts

The new season is about to begin for members of the Camden Garden Club. During the summer, club officers were busy planning, arranging and getting things ready. They weren't the only ones staying busy. During the summer, members took turns watering the flowers in the planters at the intersections of Broad and DeKalb streets and Broad and Rutledge streets. This is a huge undertaking with the South Carolina heat. Luckily, the club had help from the Liz Gillard with the city of Camden, who alternated days in the watering. The plants are pink bogavilla.

September 08, 2017 | | People & Places

King Haiglar Garden Club meets Monday

The King Haiglar Garden Club will meet Monday at 3 p.m. at the home of Marietta Gordon. The theme for artistic arrangements is "September is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." Flowers and/or leaves can be used in the arrangements.

September 08, 2017 | | People & Places

Lady Demons post record-low round

The Lugoff-Elgin girls golf team scored a program history-best 201 in Tuesday's match at Camden Country Club.

September 08, 2017 | | Lugoff-Elgin High/Middle

Senior Service Day is Tuesday

S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster proclaimed Tuesday, Sept. 12, as Senior Service Day all across the state.

September 08, 2017 | | People & Places

L-E volleyball faces tough competition in Charleston

ugoff-Elgin finished in 10th place in last weekend's top-heavy Porter-Gaud Invitational Volleyball Tournament in Charleston.

September 08, 2017 | | Lugoff-Elgin High/Middle

KCMA benefit concert is Sept. 17

The Kershaw County Music Association (KCMA), an affiliate member of the Fine Arts Center (FAC) of Kershaw County, will hold a benefit concert Sunday, Sept. 17 at 3 p.m. in the sanctuary of Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church, 1206 Lyttleton St., Camden. The concert will be free, however, donations are encouraged and appreciated. Proceeds will benefit the KCMA Music Scholarship Fund. KCMA and Lyttleton Street Methodist Church are co-hosting the event.

September 08, 2017 | | People & Places

Bowers gets an ace

Lynn Bowers of Camden scored a hole in one while playing a recent round of golf over the Fox Creek Golf Course in Lydia.

September 08, 2017 | | Golf

Ariail - Sept. 8, 2017

September 08, 2017 | | Ariail

Hurricane Irma

By the time our readers see this, chances are we will all have a better idea of what to expect out of Hurricane Irma, the massive and extremely dangerous hurricane steaming toward the Florida coast.

September 08, 2017 | | Editorials

FOIA report could have been better

One of the agenda items during this week's Kershaw County Board of School Trustees meeting was a report from Trustee Shirley Halley on topics covered during an Aug. 19 S.C. School Board Association School Law Conference.

September 08, 2017 | Martin L. Cahn | Columns

Storytelling songs

When I was almost 17 and started my career in media by hosting a weekend radio show on a country music station, I was no stranger to country music and the great stories told in its songs.

September 08, 2017 | By Ronda Rich www.rondarich.com | Columns

The real America

I believe it to be a reasonable assumption that lately in our country there has been a state of division, if you will. What we have seen many would describe as not a minor division, but rather a gross separation of our citizens. It would be nearly impossible to walk by a working television or computer screen without seeing groups from the left and the right fighting in the streets and flashing signs promoting hate and violence. If we only follow the sensationalism on social media or in the news, we will begin to buy into the concept America is ...

September 08, 2017 | By Paula Joseph C-I contributing columnist | Columns

The new downtown

There's a revolution brewing and it's not what you think.

September 08, 2017 | By Tony Scully C-I contributing columnist | Columns

Writer has a dilemma

I have a dilemma that hopefully some of you may have the solution to. We have a president that we duly elected by giving him our votes, or in some cases withholding them from Hilary Clinton. Either way, he is the one this nation legally chose to lead us. That being the case, you would expect the people to get behind him and support him in any way possible. After all, if he is successful, are we not the beneficiaries? By the same token, if he is not, are we not losers?

September 08, 2017 | Charlie Humphries Camden | Letters

Where does racism come from?

Where does racism come from? Some say it's been around forever; and, you're not going to change that. Now, that's a discussion stopper! If we say we are not racist in any way, shape or form, we're only kidding ourselves. Racism is alive and well. It lives on a continuum from minimally racist to extremely racist. If you ask a class of school children, "Where does racism begin?" They'll tell you, "At home, parents, family, the neighborhood, the playground." Out of the mouths of babes! Are we hard-wired to only be concerned about our own ...

September 08, 2017 | Vickie Porter Camden | Letters

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