Category: Special Interest

A Few Good Men

We are living in a culture and time when bad and negative news vastly outweigh and overshadow good and positive news.

An Absurd And Obscene Sight

I find myself shaking my head in disdain and disgust at the sight of many young African-American men walking around with their pants hanging down around their butts.

This Month in South Carolina History: March 20-23, 1713, Colonel John Moore Defeats the Tuscarora Indians

As colonists in North and South Carolina claimed more land, the hostility of Native Americans increased.

Part Two: Managing Weeds In Warm Season Grasses

Weed control in warm season grasses begins with proper management practices.

Spring Is Coming

The season of spring officially started on March 20, 2019. Calendar-wise, we have been into the spring season for ten days.

Social Security Plays Important Role In Economic Security For Women

Social Security plays an important role in providing economic security for women. Nearly 55 percent of the people receiving Social Security benefits are women.

Aging Without Becoming An Antique

To be honest about it, this article that you are reading today had its genesis over sixty-seven years ago, when yours truly was conceived and born in the year of 1951.

March Is Red Cross Month

March is Red Cross Month, and the Red Cross of Eastern SC is asking the community to be a hero for families by becoming a volunteer, learning lifesaving skills, giving blood or donating to #help1family on Red Cross Giving Day on March 27.

Kudos To The United Methodist Church

Recently, at a special session of the United Methodist Church’s General Conference (that convened in St. Louis, Missouri), an attempt was made to lift the denomination’s band on same-sex marriage and LGBT clergy.

Managing Weeds: Part One

The most popular warm season turfgrasses grown in South Carolina are Bermuda, Centipede, Zoysia, and St. Augustine.