December 31, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Trooper: Welcome to South Carolina, buckle up and be safe on the road

"My biggest thing here is to be able to let people know we (the South Carolina Highway Patrol) are concerned about their safety as they travel through the state." - Lance Cpl. Ron Johnson South Carolina Highway Patrol

Setting up shop outside an Interstate 85 rest stop just a few miles from the North Carolina border on a rainy Friday morning, Lance Cpl. More...

State News

Faith-based program helps prisoners combat addictions

COLUMBIA - In and out of prison for the past 30 years, Brian Shores had all but given up hope that he'd ever have a life without crime. More...

Aaahhh! ... blessed rain falls on parched Cherokee County, Upstate

Mother Nature decided to let Cherokee County and the Upstate end 2007 with some desperately needed rainfall but she wasn't necessarily magnanimous with her gift. A weather watcher in Cherokee Creek recorded 1. More...

Trailer is loaded ... and will save lives

It might not look like much from the outside, but the Cherokee County Fire Chiefs Association's new trailer might be considered fully loaded. It has a television, a DVD player and even a kitchen sink. More...

Local News

Clerk critical, Evans serious

Two local people injured in separate incidents recently were still hospitalized Sunday evening without any upgrades to their medical conditions. More...

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