Fast spinning and leaping dancers from the Andrew Jackson Dance groups made a colorful appearance at Tuesday night’s games against North Central. Their brief routine drew loud praise from the crowds that attended the game. Andrew Jackson Middle and High… Read More ›
Month: January 2018
Advancing towards to the Class AA playoff, the Andrew Jackson Lady Vols scored a 51 point victory in their matchup the Indian Land Lady Warriors 71-20. The Indian Land Boys game was fought to the end, with the Warriors surging… Read More ›
Increased public awareness and professional training in human trafficking are hallmark achievements of the 2017 South Carolina Human Trafficking Task Force. The Task Force is made up of a variety of Federal, state and local agencies. Its’ efforts are to… Read More ›
The foundation of the Kershaw Bandstand is begining to take shape. Located in the old baseball field on Matson st next to Kershaw Elementary, the bandstand will be used for bands and town events.
Saturday Frontline Biker church held a Fish Fry to raise some funds for their building fund. Frontline Biker Church
Mitch and Mandy Norrell present to County Council on Monday a possible lawsuit that could help the county recover some of the losses related to the opioid overdose crisis. There is a national push to sue the opioid manufacturers for… Read More ›