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Yesteryear for June 27, 2017

Camden Mayor Phil Minges has announced he will seek a second term at the helm of city council in November.

June 27, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for June 13, 2017

Beginning its fourth year, the Camden Poets Society recently recognized student poets in its 1995 Kershaw OCunty Young Poets Competition.

June 13, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for June 6, 2017

A pond on a Kershaw County farm produced more than fish Wednesday as law enforcement officers pulled out four boxes containing about $130,000 in counterfeit $20 bills.

June 06, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for May 30, 2017

Retired Camden businessman Charlie Nash received the George V. Kornegay Distinguished Service Award from the Camden Jaycees at the organization's recent annual installation of officers and awards banquet.

May 30, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for May 23, 2017

Camden City Council approved second reading and final approval of an ordinance granting six or more properties as historic designations, as recommended by the Camden Historic Landmarks Commission.

May 23, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for May 9, 2017

Camden resident Clay Carruth, Jr. was one of four new commissioners elected to the S.C. Public Service Commission by the General Assembly.

May 09, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for May 2, 2017

Liza VanHorn has been the quintessential girl-about-town for the last couple of months. As publicity chairman for the 1984 MAD (Music, Art, Drama) Festival, she's not quite sure whether she lives on Rectory Square, at the Fine Arts Center or at the Chronicle-Independent, and someone said something about jher having a telephone growing out of her ear.

May 02, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for April 25, 2017

Although several supermarkets in Camden boast bakeries, Mulberry Market owners Peter and Fran Rowland say they are confident their new bake shop at 536 E. DeKalb Street will fill a niche the supermarkets have just been too big to fit into.

April 25, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for April 18, 2017

It looks like one of those RTA vans you've seen around the county, but once you step inside you'll think you're in a doctor's office.

April 18, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for April11, 2017

The Camden High School Academic Booster Club will sponsor the second annual "Bovine Doo Drop" extravaganza Friday at Zemp stadium.

April 11, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for April 4, 2017

Sandhills Bank will return to Bethune but not at S.C. 341 and Chestnut Street, the address the bank occupied for decades.

April 04, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for March 28, 2017

Michelle Gilchrist, a student at Lugoff-Elgin High School, was recently awarded the C.E. Savedge Scholarship.

March 28, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for March 21, 2017

Columbia psychic Mary Green will make an encore appearance before the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce's Coffee Club Tuesday in Camden.

March 21, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for March 14, 2017

Arby's Roast Beef is coming to Camden, with construction set to begin this week, said an official at the fast food chain. Kershaw CountyPlanning and Zoning Director Julian Gause confirmed Tuesday that Arby's Roast Beef had been issued a construction permit for a 2,755 square foot restaurant to be built nesxt to the Gate gasoline station in the parking lot of Springdale plaze, which currently has Wal-Mart, Goody's and Winn-Dixie as its anchor stores.

March 14, 2017 | | Yesteryear


Yesteryear for March 7, 2017

A public forum on the three proposed names for the new elementary school to be built on S.C. 12 in Elgin will top the Kershaw County School Board's agenda Tuesday.

March 07, 2017 | | Yesteryear


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Yesteryear for July 25, 2017

Ken Branham loves his neighbors, even if they do tend to slither and hiss when he pays them a visit.

July 25, 2017 | | Yesteryear


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