Category: Special Interest

Frugal Freddie And Extravagant Eddie

There once lived a man in an ancient and very advanced city called Grandeur.

We Must Practice What We Preach

Though I do not make it a practice to make New Year’s resolutions, I am a staunch believer in making plans and setting goals for the future.

Newtown Brothers Who Are Beating The Odds

Every now and then, I come across a story or piece of information that I feel will be worth commenting on and writing about. I

Lake Marion Stripers

Winter is a great time of the year to fish in the Santee Cooper System for striped bass. This reservoir is fed by the Congaree River and is made up by two connected lakes, Marion and Moultrie.

Never Grow Old

0 I recently celebrated a birthday that got me to thinking. The thought that I gave much contemplation to was this: Am I growing old or getting older? There is a vast difference in one who grows old and one who grows older. By that statement, I am not implying like some who assert that…

Black Friday On The River

The water was clear on the morning of Black Friday and The Eastatoee River was void of fishermen. I thought that the lack of fishermen was due to the 27 degree weather but Dawson believed the other fishermen were taking advantage of Black Friday fishing gear sales.

Exemplifying The True Meaning Of Christmas

In my column today, which will be the last one before Christmas, I want to focus your attention on the true spirit of Christmas.

Why Is Christmas My Favorite Holiday?

With the Christmas season and all of its songs, decorations, displays, and dramatic renditions already at full blast, I thought it very appropriate and seasonal to devote my column today and next week to subjects pertaining to the yuletide season.

A Day That Shall Live In Infamy

On this day in history seventy-six years ago, America was attacked by the empire of Japan. It is a day that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt declared would live in infamy.

Shrimping In Bulls Bay

Dillon has a surprisingly large amount of shrimpers compared to other inland SC counties.