Despite the country’s movement toward renewable energy, in South Carolina, mills are a dying way of life. This leaves Suber Mill as one of the few — if not the only — continuous running grist mills in the state.
Editor’s Note: The following story is a recollection of true events from a fishing trip that took place a few weeks ago. Some names have been changed to protect certain people from offense, embarrassment or anger.
You just never know what you’re going to get with fishing guides.
A Hidden Treasure student received the first scholarship from the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children.
Evan Cobb, a fifth grader at the Taylors private school, was recently awarded the first scholarship from the Advance Carolina Scholarship Fund.
Darlene Sutton did not grow up wanting to be a teacher. Raised on a farm, she considered becoming a veterinarian, a county singer, a nurse.
Instead, she found her way to education. Sutton taught first grade at Pickens Elementary.
The Anderson Senior Follies will perform “Sweet Silver Dreams” at Anderson University, Henderson Auditorium.
When I was younger, normal school and kid stuff kept me busy. School, homework, sports, chores, clubs, learning to drive, holding a part-time jobs, hanging out with friends and family – all that occupied my time.
It has been nearly a year in the making.
Local band barleycove will celebrate its new CD with a release party at 7 p.m. March 1 at Stomping Grounds.
The band has been working on the 12-song CD since last summer, drummer Tim Trammel said.
Kamesha Booker stays busy. She’s in school, has a 6-year-old daughter and works as a licensed practical nurse at Home Helpers and Direct Link.
Booker is not only the nurse-on-call. She was named Caregiver of the Year 2013 at Home Helpers. She goes above and beyond with her clients, said Becky Pickett, Home Helpers president/owner.
I’m sharing this ridiculous story at the insistence of my coworkers here at The Greer Citizen.
This past summer, I was headed home from work when I saw an adorable dog running around a nearby neighborhood in the Mauldin area. Like any dog-lover/overall softy, I pulled over to check on the little guy.
The Cyber Academy of South Carolina (CASC) opened its first learning center on Jan. 31, drawing in local parents and students.
The CASC learning center is piloting in Greenville, but plans to open more in the future.