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Strength of humility: Siblings gather to give thanks for legacy late parents left behind

The children of the late Harvey and Mary "Inell" Johnson of Bowman and their families are coming together this Thanksgiving from across the nation to pay tribute to their parents and to honor and celebrate their legacy. One of those children, Mary Rapier of Nashville, Tennessee, said the second bien

TIMES AND DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 23:35:00

Shooting suspects hid in ditch behind police station, report states

Pictured from left to right are Gardner, Hanton and Addison (Al Cannon Detention Center) If you're running from the cops, you probably shouldn't hide in a ditch behind a police station. According to an incident report provided by the North Charleston Police Department, that's what happened with men


Motorcyclist killed in Dorchester County crash

DORCHESTER COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) - The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating following a fatal accident in Dorchester County. Officials say the incident happened on Pidgeon Bay Road near Gospel Lane on Tuesday, November 21. The driver of a 2006 Kawasaki Motorcycle traveling west on Pidgeon Ba


Woman hospitalized, faces charges following Dorchester Road hit-and-run

A woman has been sent to the hospital and faces charges following a hit-and-run in North Charleston Monday Police responded to Dorchester Road and Industrial Ave at around 12:49 p.m. in reference to a car collision. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who said he stopped his car at Champion


Tom Lohr to be marshal for Christmas parade | News | The Press and Standard

The City of Walterboro is pleased to announce the Grand Marshal for this year's Walterboro Christmas Parade, City Councilmember Tom Lohr. Lohr has served on Walterboro City Council since 2009, serves as Mayor Pro-Tem, and is a member of the Budget Committee. Lohr has lived in Walterboro over 30 ye

WALTERBOROLIVE.COM - 2017-11-23 17:00:34

6 arrested after Summerville man's death

On Thursday morning, The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office announced the arrests of six people in connection to the death of a Summerville man. Sebastian Lenz, 27, died on Monday. Two days earlier, medics rushed him to Trident Hospital after an incident along Kingswood Lane. According to the Sheriff'

COUNTON2.COM - 2017-11-23 08:59:09

Victim in fatal Clarendon wreck identified

The victim of the fatal wreck in Clarendon County on Saturday has been identified as Elexander Dow of Summerton. The 49-year-old died when his 1998 Ford Explorer caught fire after striking a tree while he was traveling eastbound on Moses Dingle Road in Summerton at about 11:45 p.m. Dow's family was


Men stole nearly $500 in liquor from Yemassee store, police say

Do you know the men in the photo above? Police in Yemassee, South Carolina hope you do... Officials with the Yemassee Police Department say the two men stuffed nearly $500 worth of liquor down their pants and walked out of the R&M Liquor Store in Yemassee Tuesday evening. Police believe the men may


Dave Barry's 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

The holiday season is all about traditions, but these traditions differ from country to country around the world. For example: In Denmark, it's traditional, on Christmas Eve, to fill a bathtub with oatmeal. In Russia, rural families observe the holidays by dressing a live sturgeon as a dental hygi

MIAMI HERALD - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Fernwood Grocery's got the goods

Terry Pigott, right, owner of Fernwood Grocery, gives James Brumfield the smoked turkey he ordered for Thanksgiving. More than 60 years ago, the convenience of a having a local store within walking distance brought people to Fernwood Grocery. "This was like the Walmart of Fernwood before there were

ENTERPRISE-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 20:00:00

History comes to life at Camp Moore

It was a step back into the Civil War era recently as the Camp Moore Historical Association held their annual Civil War Reenactment. Each year, history comes to life at this once quiet site as Camp Moore sponsors a Reenactment and Living History program to remember life once lived in this sacred pla


Tangipahoa Parish deputy involved shooting in Loranger under investigation

A shooting involving a Tangipahoa Parish sheriff's deputy Tuesday morning (Nov. 21) in Loranger is under investigation by the Louisiana State Police, the Sheriff's Office reported. At around 10:30 a.m., Tangipahoa deputies responded to a residence on Lanier Creek Road, where the shooting occurred. A


State Police investigating deputy-involved shooting in Tangipahoa Parish

Louisiana State Police are investigating a deputy-involved shooting in Tangipahoa Parish Tuesday morning. One person was injured in the shooting involving the Tangipahoa Parish deputy at a residence in Loranger, Sheriff Daniel Edwards said in a news release. The shooting occurred after deputies re


Christmas Parade Moving To A Monday

Booneville's 35th annual Christmas parade last year was delayed twice and eventually held on a Monday. That was apparently fine with area residents. "People really enjoyed it being on a Monday," Susan Featherston, the executive director of event sponsor Booneville Development Corporation/South Logan


Thousands expected for lighting ceremony and parade

The annual Holiday Trail of Lights Lighting Ceremony and Christmas Parade will take place Saturday in Paris. Thousands are expected to be in attendance, according to Tonya Baumgartner, executive director of the Paris Area Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the event. The theme of this year's parad


UA Announces AD Search Committee

FAYETTEVILLE - Current longtime Arkansas Women's Track Coach Lance Harter, former Arkansas star quarterback and businessman Bill Montgomery lettering for Frank Broyles' Razorbacks from 1968-70, former Lady Razorback NCAA Women's Golf champion and longtime star LPGA golfer Stacy Lewis are part of the

BOONEVILLEDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-23 00:06:43

The Impact Of The Sweet Potato

LITTLE ROCK - With sweet-potato-casserole season upon us, this is a good time to consider the significant economic impact of the sweet potato on Arkansas. I saw sweet-potato production in person in August when I visited Ridgeview Farm near Wynne, where Terris Matthews is the fourth generation of his

BOONEVILLEDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-22 22:52:13

Committed To Improving Veteran Services

Honoring our veterans is one of the greatest privileges I have as a U.S. Senator. Earlier this month, President Trump proclaimed November "National Veterans and Military Families Month." As we recognize our veterans and honor the sacrifice and heroism of those who answered the call to serve our nati

BOONEVILLEDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-22 22:46:43

Rhodes, Rice Earn All Region Jazz Band Spots

On Monday, Nov. 1, Booneville participated in the Region 8 All-Region Jazz Band tryouts at Kimmons Junior High School in Fort Smith. The tryout includes students from Fort Smith, Van Buren, Mena, Alma and other schools in our area. Booneville JH had two students make the All-Region Jazz Band - Trent


Newspaper Announces New Office Location

Editor is staying put in south Logan County. The Booneville Democrat will be moving its office within the Times Record building in Fort Smith later this year. The newspaper will vacate its current location at 72 West Second Street in Booneville to combine resources with its sister paper, the Times R