One of the thrills of fishing on a new river is that there is no historical bias to places where you caught trout before.
Are you practicing social distancing?
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic has brought to light an inequity that has been known about for a long time but a sense of urgency to correct it did not exist until now.
Recently, South Carolina has received a lot of excess rain and an increased potential for stormwater runoff. A rain garden is a landscape feature that can help mediate and reduce stormwater runoff.
In my column today, I am going to follow-up on what I shared on last week, due to the fact that we are engaged in a war with an invisible enemy in the form of this plague called the coronavirus.
Governor Henry McMaster and South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman released the following joint statement announcing that South Carolina’s schools will remain closed for the duration of the month of April.
Due to Covid-19, The American Cancer Society has made the decision to suspend all events through mid-May.
The Dillon County Council declared a state of emergency at an emergency meeting held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced four additional deaths related to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. This brings the state’s total number of deaths to 22.
While all 46 county offices are closed to the public, Clemson Cooperative Extension remains open for business and will continue delivering unbiased, research-based information to the people of South Carolina.