Low Property Taxes

Low Property Taxes Convenient to NE Columbia C and C Builders of Columbia, Inc. Quality Developments Deerwood On Pine Grove in Lugoff C & C Builders of Columbia’s Gold Medallion Homes. Located Approx. 2 miles from Shoney’s in Lugoff Homes from $127,000 includes choice of lots Lots – wooded and over 1/2 acre Directions; Take Hwy. 34 at Shoney’s in Lugoff. Turn right on Pine … Continue reading Low Property Taxes

EXPLORING THE NORTHEAST

ID YOU KNOW… Important dates and fun facts about the development of the Northeast: Major events * 1928: Clemson’s Sandhills experiment station is established to conduct research on dairy animals. * 1930: Trenholm Road is extended from Forest Drive to Two Notch Road. * 1960: Development of Spring Valley, one of Northeast’s first upscale subdivisions, begins. * 1966: BlueCross moves its 140 employees to the … Continue reading EXPLORING THE NORTHEAST

Lillian Moore Broxton Wilson

CAMDEN – Funeral services for Lillian Moore Broxton Wilson, 87, of Camden, will be held Sunday, October 12, 2003, at 4 p.m. at Hermitage Baptist Church with burial in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Hermitage Baptist Church, Van Fund, 814 Jefferson Davis Highway, Camden, SC 29020. Mrs. Wilson, 98, died Friday, October 10, 2003. She was a daughter of the late … Continue reading Lillian Moore Broxton Wilson

Coates to speak during Denmark First Baptist’s ’40 Days of Purpose’

DENMARK — A former pastor of First Baptist Church of Orangeburg will be the special speaker at the First Baptist Church of Denmark revival on Sunday, Oct. 12 as part of the church’s “40 Days of Purpose” program. Dr. William Coates will speak at 6 p.m. Sunday, preceded by a 15-minute musical program. A breakfast devotional will be held in the Fellowship Hall of First … Continue reading Coates to speak during Denmark First Baptist’s ’40 Days of Purpose’

KERSHAW COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PROMISES CHANGE

New Kershaw County school superintendent Herbert Berg says he will start from the ground up to reform education in the county. Berg, who has led three other school districts over the past 30 years, said he will use his experience to enact “blueprints” for success at the primary and middle school levels. He also is looking to improve the district’s technology plan. The core goal … Continue reading KERSHAW COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PROMISES CHANGE

LEAVING ON A HIGH NOTE

When Rose Sheheen ends her career in education this school year, she will go out on a high note. The principal of Elgin’s Blaney Elementary School has wanted for years to have a teacher-student chorus, but it never materialized – until now. “It had been a dream of mine for a long time,” said Sheheen, who is retiring after 14 years as principal of Blaney. “It just lifts … Continue reading LEAVING ON A HIGH NOTE

GOVERNMENT OVERHAUL URGED

In a 198-page report released Tuesday, the Governor’s Commission on Management, Accountability and Performance recommends more than 200 changes to state government it says could save the state $300 million a year. Sanford created the commission to study making government more efficient and cost-effective. Nearly 300 state employees and 12 commissioners spent four months studying the way the government operates. “This has been a sobering … Continue reading GOVERNMENT OVERHAUL URGED