As we pause to celebrate the anniversary of our nation's independence, it seems appropriate to consider the vital role played by the U.S. military in the creation of our nation and its transformation of our world.
As Republicans and Democrats prepare for their national nominating conventions next month, it's clear that this has become one of the strangest - and most entertaining - presidential campaigns since at least 1912.
Contemplating the upcoming Fourth of July holiday weekend, my 12-year-old son asks, “Why do some states outlaw fireworks?”
“Because fireworks can be dangerous and some people don’t use them properly,” I explain, adding, “But it’s hard to make laws against stupidity.”
“What do you ...
Early and advance voting will begin Tuesday in the July 26 Republican primary runoff.
Voters will return to the polls to decide who will win the state Senate District 24 GOP race between Lee Anderson and Greg Grzybowski.
HENDERSON, Tenn. - Freed Hardeman University recently named Brooke Pace, a junior chemistry major from Evans, to the President's List for Spring 2016.
To be on the President's List, a student must be full-time and have a 4.0 grade point average.
The Aiken County Public School District recently celebrated a total of 110 employees who will leave the district with a total of 2,873 years of service. Among the distinguished 2015-16 retirees were a pair of district cabinet members - Dr.
North Augusta will have to pay about $14,000 of Stephen Donohue's legal bills - which totaled about $40,000 - because of the South Carolina Supreme Court's ruling that city officials violated open-meetings laws by failing to announce the specific purpose of closed-door meetings they held to discuss Project Jackson.
The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff's Office incident reports:
Police say someone accessed dating websites and chat rooms while remotely hacking into the Columbia County judicial center's website Thursday.