COLUMBIA - South Carolina legislators face the familiar demons of ethics reform and road funding as they began the new session Tuesday, but an assortment of other issues is also in line for debate and even changes to the laws governing them.
Nancy Carson Library is the current host site of the Frederick Douglass exhibit. The traveling exhibit, which is on display through Jan. 29, includes a 10-foot-panel with pictures and information about Frederick Douglass' life, said branch manager Barbara Walker.
Speaking to a packed room Friday at Newberry Hall in Aiken, district superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Everitt spoke about the process and discussed a new initiative, Follow Your Penny, to help communicate all things related to the penny tax and the funded projects.
Grocery chain raises thousands for food bank
Kroger raised more than $21,900 for Golden Harvest Food Bank.
The money was collected in local stores through its 2014 Can Hunger campaign and its Bringing Hope to the Table promotion.
After stopping Georgia quarterback Matlin Marshall, of Evans, around the 1, the clock stopped at 5.8 seconds for a few moments before it continued and ran out to give South Carolina a 12-8 win at Border Bowl II on Saturday at Lucy C. Laney Memorial Stadium.
In the end, a previous winner mastered the words photogenic, derivative, leonine and rejuvenate to capture the title again.
Michael Havasy, a 13‑year-old North Augusta Middle School pupil, won the contest.
So a brand new year now comes to be
Will this year be like all the rest?
Will your time be spent more wisely?
For surely you know you’re blessed
Will you take the time to visit
Your friend who’s very ill?
Will you hear that small voice urging
Go now and do God’s will
Will you spend some time w...
FIRST MONDAYS: 6:30 p.m., 333 E. Spring Grove Ave.; American Legion Auxiliary Unit 71 meeting; Linda Smiley (803) 279-5074
FIRST, THIRD MONDAYS: 7 p.m., council chambers, North Augusta Municipal Building, 100 Georgia Ave.
Wed, 01/14/2015 - 2:21pm
• An incorrect photo ran with Ashlee Duncan's In Class profile in the Jan. 7 edition. The pupil's photo is at left.