Category: Special Interest

Enduring The Dog Days Of Summer

Unquestionably one of the most dreaded and unwelcomed times of the year in our locale is from the first of July through the first of September.

Dillon Football Players: Where Are They Now?

A few weeks ago, I saw a young man in one of my favorite early morning stops where I routinely frequent to get a mug of their coffee.

American Red Cross: Heat Safety

This summer, many people will be enjoying the summer weather and the American Red Cross offers a series of steps everyone can follow to safely enjoy the summer safely.

Mama’s Boy

In my column last week, I shared with you how much I am like my father. Though there was a time when I sought to deny or even disown what the Almighty had bequeathed me through genetics, these striking similarities are both in appearance and disposition.

Fishing The Jigger Pole

Jigger pole fishing is an old classic way to catch fish along riverbanks and ponds where the good spots are hard to reach by casting.

Libby’s Recipes: Fruit Cobbler

How about an easy way to make a fruit cobbler?

Like Father, Like Son

I recently met a woman at one of our local convenience stores with whom I struck up a brief conversation.

The Positive Effect Of Ethnic Diversity

The term “melting pot” was popularized by an immigrant and playwright named Israel Zang will through a play he wrote by the same name in 1908.

Why All Americans Should Be Patriotic

With the approaching of the Fourth of July, our most celebrated national holiday that commemorates the birth of this nation, I believe it is very appropriate to address an issue that ties in with the celebration and the holiday.

Trials On The Saluda

Unlike other members of the bass family, stripers love cold water and that is exactly why the Saluda River is such a popular place.