A Walk on the Wild Side: Brad Harvey

With the current events taking place in the Gulf of Mexico right now, ever wondered just how much South Carolina’s natural resources impact our daily life in the “Palmetto State?” Most folks never give much thought to natural resources outside of recreational activities such as hunting, fishing, boating or other outdoors endeavors but, the fact is, thousands rely on them just to make a living. … Continue reading A Walk on the Wild Side: Brad Harvey

Worth Noting

Melody Johnson, fourth-grade teacher at Lugoff Elementary School, was one of five finalist for the S. C. Teacher of the Year Johnson is a National Board-certified teacher who leads team-building activities on the first day of school to help students work together as a family. Five Kershaw County schools – Blaney Elementary, Lugoff Elementary, Camden High, Lugoff-Elgin High and North Central High – were honored … Continue reading Worth Noting

William Stanley Rabon, Sr.

1930 William Stanley Rabon Sr., was born April 13, 1930 in Blaney, South Carolina, a son of John Henry Rabon and Blanche Rabon. 1930 Census Information: According to the United States Census recorded on May 9, 1930, John H Raban (40) rented a home in Blaney, Kershaw, South Carolina he made his home with his wife, Edith B Raban (34). It was reported that they … Continue reading William Stanley Rabon, Sr.

Good showing for S.C. archers in National Archery in the Schools Tournament

Nearly 7,000 students from 20 states recently gathered in Louisville, Ky., for the National Archery in the Schools Program National Tournament on May 7-8. South Carolina took three teams to the nationals and eight individuals. Ella Kokinda from Bishop England High School in Charleston took 13th place in the nationals out of 742 female archers. She was only eight points away from the national winner. … Continue reading Good showing for S.C. archers in National Archery in the Schools Tournament