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Archives: February 2006

Strom Thurmond High Dominates Second Annual Heritage Classic Soccer Tournament
web posted February 28, 2006
COUNTY – In the rain and cold on Saturday, February 25th, the Boys’ Varsity Soccer team swept the Second Annual Heritage Classic Tournament winning three games in less than 20 hours. The Rebels dominated Williston Elko Friday night 5 – 0 and returned on Saturday morning to hammer Wagner Sally 7 – 0.
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Opinion
Why double pay the administrator?
Due to "someone" playing games with the county computers, the link below will take you directly to the editorial, not the opinions page. We believe all of our readers should be able to read all of our web site. A full report on this situation on Wednesday.
web posted February 28, 2006
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Megachurches 'shallow in theology'
web posted February 28, 2006
The WCC General Secretary Samuel Kobia said megachurches - huge Protestant churches with charismatic pastors, lively music and other services - mostly ran on a business model to make worshippers feel good and were shallow in their theology.
NEWS.com.au


Miss Peach Blossom named Saturday (photos)
web posted February 27, 2006
JOHNSTON – The Johnston Jaycees Peach Blossom Festival Beauty Pageant brought a large crowd to the Johnston Elementary School Gym Saturday with seventy beauty contestants competing in eight divisions. The pageant, sponsored by the Little Stevens Creek Baptist Church’s Youth on Mission, was a fundraiser for the youth World Changers mission trip to North Carolina this summer. After a tie brought one division back out for a second look, the judges were ready with their decisions.
EdgefieldDaily.com

EdgefieldDaily.com Toons!: Who is getting robbed?

web posted February 27, 2006
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New Cloumn; Technology Tips: A welcome to Technology Tips
web posted February 27, 2006
TECH TIPS - Maybe you’re like me and you are well known by co-workers, friends and family as the go to person for tips on anything computer related.  With this trust comes a certain amount of responsibility.  Having the information readily available for these eager advice seekers you must stay on top of the techno world in order to offer anything even remotely close to wise counsel.  With any luck this weekly column will help you toward that goal even if you are only concerned with keeping your personal computer up and running this will certainly a good place to visit often.
EdgfieldDaily.com

Second Annual Carolina Classic UKC Elimination Format Squirrel Hunt Held Saturday (Photos)
web posted February 27, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Red Hill Houndsmen Association hosted the Second Annual Carolina Classic UKC Elimination Format Squirrel Hunt Saturday at the Bunsen’s Community Center. Black Gold Dog Food, UKC, and Full Cry sponsored the event.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Sweetwater Baptist Church sponsors Wild Game Supper and Beast Feast
web posted February 27, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A wild game supper and “Beast Feast” will be held at the Sweetwater Baptist Church on Saturday March 4, at 5:00 pm. On the menu are to be quail, dove, turkey, pork, elk, and other wild game and fowl and fish in addition to an assortment of vegetables and deserts. “Incredible Door prizes” will also be given away. Special Guests to the event will be Lyandon and Kim Warren of Campobello, SC.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Edgefield Chapter Ducks Unlimited Membership Banquet Announced
web posted February 27, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will hold a Membership Banquet on Thursday, March 9, 2006 at 7:00 pm in the Edgefield Town Gym. An auction will follow dinner at 8:00 pm. Advance tickets are available now. See below for more information.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Truck and Driver reported missing
web posted February 27, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A Merriwether business called the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office to report a driver and one of the company trucks missing. It seems the employee made his first stop at a North Augusta business at the scheduled time just before 11:00 am Thursday morning. After unloading and receiving payment, the driver departed for the next stop and never arrived.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Deluxe Whisker Biscuit QS - Review
EdgefieldDaily.com and Southern Outdoorsman's Columnist
Freddy Petersen

web posted February 27, 2006
Well if you are like me you steer clear of working on things that aren't
broken. I can't number the times in my younger days when I would tinker with
things trying to get them to work just a little better only to end up doing a major over haul due to my breaking it altogether. So you can imagine my my hesitation when I was asked to try out a new arrow rest. You see my bow is not new, its 10 years old this year and to me shoots just as good today as it did the day I pulled my first arrow from it.
SouthernOutdoorsman

Obituaries
Charles M. Brockman
EdgefieldDaily.com

Rhett N. Covar
EdgefieldDaily.com

One dead in crash near Trenton Friday night (photos)
web posted February 25, 2006
TRENTON – A horrific crash took place on Highway 25 near Greenhouse Road around midnight Friday that claimed the life of a Trenton man. According to reports from the scene, a man was driving a white Ford Escort station wagon south on Highway 25 when he ran off the road and over corrected and swerved into the northbound lane where he was hit broadside by a tractor-trailer truck. The driver of the car was killed instantly on impact.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Edgefield man sent to MCG after back hoe accident
web posted February 25, 2006
EDGEFIELD – An Edgefield man was found buried in the mud after a backhoe he was working on overturned Friday night. Edgefield Fireman Ken Durham said the man, who was unable to walk without crutches, was working with the backhoe when it overturned around 7:00 pm. The man said he was able to jump from the tractor to avoid being trapped underneath. However, unable to walk, he was only able to crawl in the muddy water surrounding the worksite.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Obituary
Cora Bell Kelley
web posted February 25, 2006
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Johnston Police Officer hits deer while on patrol (photos)
web posted February 24, 2006
JOHNSTON – Johnston Police Officer James Brooker was on routine patrol when he noticed several deer running in front of his patrol car. Officer Brooker tried to stop but was unable to avoid striking one of the deer.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Home burglarized, thieves take guns, ignore jewelry
web posted February 24, 2006
RIDGE SPRING – The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call reporting the burglary of a Rachael Road home on Wednesday. The woman, who lives with her mother, stated she returned home from work to find the screen door propped open. After entering the home she noticed the rear door had been “kicked in”.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Christian movement moving into South Carolina
GREENVILLE, S.C. From his rural home near Lodi, Calif., Cory Burnell keeps close watch over the news from South Carolina, and he likes what he sees. Turning the state into a promised land for conservative Christians will be easier than he had thought, he says.
USA Today

Bill would have DMV pay clients for long waits
web posted February 24, 2006
ARIZONA – Anyone who has to wait for more than a half hour at a Motor Vehicle Division office would be paid at least $5 under a bill to be heard today by the state House. House Bill 2777 would direct the MVD to issue not only the $5 inconvenience fee to customers who wait for 30 minutes before being served, but an additional $5 for each additional 30 minutes spent waiting.
AZCentral.com

Obituaries
Fredric L. Napier Jr.
Purple Heart and Bronze Star Medals recipient
EdgefieldDaily.com

Alberta Goodwin Norris
EdgefieldDaily.com

Accused killer's death does not end investigation (photo)
web posted February 23, 2006
 EDGEFIELD – With the recent suicide of Maurice Wilson, accused of the murder of his wife Gwendolyn Wilson, most people would think the case would be closed as far as the Sheriff’s Office is concerned. That is a misconception according to the Sheriff’s Office. Officials at the Sheriff’s Office and Investigators say their work is just beginning.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Merriwether youth escapes injury in airborne crash (photos)
web posted February 23, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A Merriwether young man was lucky to escape serious injury Wednesday afternoon when he lost control of the Ford Explorer he was driving and left the opposite side of the road. After leaving the road, the SUV became airborne and snapped a pine tree eight feet in the air before hitting an oak tree even higher and landing right side up.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Editor's Column: A tragic week
web posted February 23, 2006
COLUMN – A question I have been asked, and in fact have asked myself, is what is going on this week? Let’s face it; Edgefield County is a large, mostly rural, interconnected county. A single “major” news event may happen about once or twice a year. However, for some unknown reason, this week we saw an onslaught of tragedies.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Mount Vintage cleans up on Sweetwater Road, literally (photos)
web posted February 23, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Being a good neighbor generally means looking out for your neighbor’s property when they are gone and if you see some trash thrown on their yard you will walk over and pick it up. This week Mount Vintage played the part of the good neighbor, and then some.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Community Takes First Step Toward New Fox Creek School
web posted February 23, 2006
"This has been a second job for us.” These were the words of Sherilyn Bishop of Merriwether as she concluded the meeting of the planning committee of the new Fox Creek High School building and the community of parents involved. She was referring to the hours they – she, Ashley Williams, Jim Oliver, building committee members – have spent in preparation for the financial feasibility study to meet the requirements of a USDA loan of 5.6 million dollars towards a new high school building to house the Fox Creek Charter School that is now two years old.
The Edgefield Advertiser

Accused killer commits suicide in jail Tuesday afternoon  (photo)
web posted February 22, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Less than 24 hours of being taken into custody, the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office said Maurice Kenneth Wilson committed suicide at approximately 1:15 pm on Tuesday at the Edgefield County Detention Center. An ambulance arrived at the Detention Center around 1:25 pm. Several Sheriff’s Deputies also responded to the scene and the Detention Center was placed on lock-down.
EdgefieldDaily.com

The INsider
A clue for the stupid
The INsider

Johnston Mayor Campbell counters rumors 
web posted February 22, 2006
JOHNSTON – Johnston Mayor Dean Campbell issued a press release early this week to counter what he said were rumors circulating the town accusing the Mayor of withholding information regarding the completion of the investigation into Johnston Police Chief Butch Easler. “I have been forthright, straightforward, and honest in my updates to citizens regarding the ongoing investigation. I assure you, nobody wants the investigation over quicker than I do,” Mayor Campbell said.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Johnston Jaycees Peach Blossom Festival Beauty Pageant changes location

web posted February 22, 2006
JOHNSTON - The Johnston Jaycees Peach Blossom Festival Beauty Pageant, which is being held this Saturday, February 25, 2006, has announced a location change due to the overwhelming number of participants. The new location is the Johnston Elementary School Gym. The pageant will still begin at 10:00 am.  The location change was needed due to a record 67 contestants entering the pageant.

Strom Thurmond High School State AAA Championship Banquet: March 17

web posted February 22, 2006
JOHNSTON – A banquet for the Strom Thurmond High School State AAA Championship Team will be held March 17, 2006 beginning at 6:30 pm in the STH school gymnasium. Highlights of the celebration will include the awarding of outstanding athletic awards for the season, the presentation of championship rings, and a video recap the long road traveled to their goal.
EdgefieldDaily.com

New Featured Section: Outdoors
NEW!
The grass is not always greener
web posted February 22, 2006
EdgefieldDaily.com announces the new Outdoors featured column by Edgefield County Aurthor Freddy Peterson, which will be posted every Wednesday.
Outdoors EdgefieldDaily.com

Two car collision sends three to MCG (photos)
web posted February 22, 2006
MERRIWETHER – Shortly after 7:00 pm the Merriwether Fire Department, First Responders, EMS, and Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the scene of a two-car collision at the intersection of Mealing Road and Sweetwater Road. When police and rescue personnel arrived, one of the cars was instantly familiar, the Red Geo Metro driven by the late Marion Key.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Crash brings traffic to a halt near Trenton (photos)
web posted February 22, 2006
TRENTON – A woman traveling south on Highway 121 around 2:40 pm Tuesday said a knob fell off her air conditioner. When she reached down to pick it up off the floorboard, she took her eyes off the road. As she looked up, she said she was heading towards the ditch and she tried to steer the jeep back onto the road.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Ridge Spring-Monetta Elementary/Middle School 3rd Graders Participate in National Literacy ‘Reading is Giving’ Campaign
web posted February 22, 2006
Ridge Spring – 3rd graders from Ridge Spring-Monetta Elementary/Middle School are helping others while they help themselves this school year by participating in Scholastic Book Clubs ClassroomsCare, a philanthropy-based literacy campaign designed to teach children about the joys and importance of reading and giving.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Weekly gas survey; Gas still below $2.00 as prices fall
web posted February 22, 2006
COUNTY – Area gas prices dropped again this week as the average price of gas fell to $2.02 from an average of $2.07 last week and a total drop of 14 cents over the past two weeks. Prices varied as much as eighteen cents between retailers. Greg’s Gas Plus on Highway 25 in Merriwether took the award for the lowest reported price at $1.91 and Amoco Food Mart #1 in Edgefield reported the highest price at $2.09. Below is the report of all 17 reporting stations.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Woman found murdered, husband charged  (Photos)
web posted February 21, 2006
COUNTY – The grim discovery of a woman found dead at her home has ben ruled a homicide The Edgefield County Sheriff's Office said. Around 3:00 pm Monday afternoon, Deputy Curtis Morris was responding to a call of a drunken driver on Highway 378 East near the intersection of Highway 430 when a woman stopped to inform him of the discovery of a body. Edgefield County Investigators were called and
arrived on the scene to find the woman dead and two small children still in the home. South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED)  Forensic Units were also called to the scene.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Truck found floating at boat ramp (photos)
web posted February 21, 2006
MERRIWETHER – An early morning patrol check led to the discovery of a truck found in the waters of Big Steven’s Creek at the Fury’s Ferry boat landing off Deep Step Road. Edgefield County Deputies checked the truck and found no one inside the vehicle. The door of the truck was reported as being closed at the time of discovery. McCormick County Sheriff’s Deputies also arrived on the scene along with McCormick County Fire and EMS personnel.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Flim-flam takes Johnston woman for $4,634
web posted February 21, 2006
JOHNSTON – A Johnston woman reported to police that she had been the victim of a scam. The woman stated she received a letter telling her she won a “Switzerland Lotto Sweepstakes” and a check for $4,880. The woman took the check to her bank and deposited it.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Shooting reported Monday evening (photos)
web posted February 21, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A man was reported to have suffered a gunshot wound at a business on Highway 25 South Monday evening. The call came into dispatchers at 5:51 pm while investigators were still processing a crime scene on the northernmost part of the county. When Deputies arrived on the scene, they found the man deceased.
EdgefieldDaily.com

CORRECTION:
In the report of the ultra-light plane crash: Mike Herlihy was Mark Williams flight instructor. The plane belonged to Mr. Williams.

EdgefieldDaily.com announces new sections and columns
web posted February 20, 2006
WEBNEWS – EdgefieldDaily.com is implementing some changes to the web site while most are off work for President’s Day. The most obvious change is our new headline banner. However, the most obvious change is not always the best. In our mission to provide Edgefield County residents with the most comprehensive news and information, EdgefieldDaily.com announces more new sections.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Reminder: Peach Blossom Beauty Pageant set for February 25
web posted February 20, 2006
JOHNSTON – The Johnston Jaycees Peach Blossom Festival Beauty Pageant is set for February 25, 2006 beginning at 10:00 am for the first age division (ages infant to six years in five age groups) and the second age division (four age groups seven to twenty years). Little Stevens Creek Baptist Church World Changers Mission Team is sponsoring this year’s event. Complete listings of the age categories are below.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Opinion: Is the Town of Merriwether inevitable?
web posted February 20, 2006
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Found near Northern end of Sweetwater Road, about Feb 10th (photo)
web posted February 20, 2006
Please call John or Debra at 637-1943
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Wildlife group claims proof of Bigfoot colony
web posted February 20, 2006
Bigfoot fever has struck Malaysia, where an animal-protection group now claims to have "scientific evidence" to prove the existence of the legendary creature.
Off The Wall

Identities of crash victims released
Sheriff's Office takes over investigation
EdgefieldDaily.com releases new exclusive photo

web posted February 18, 2006
TRENTON – The identity of the man killed in the ultralight plane crash in Trenton on Thursday night has been released. Edgefield County Coroner Thurmond Burnett said he pronounced Michael F. Herlihy, 44, of  Kimberly Acres Drive in Jackson, dead on the scene of the crash.  Mark Williams, 42, of Chipawah Trail, Leesville, was injured in the crash and was transported to MCG by ambulance. Friends of the two men said Mr. Williams’ condition was good and he would make a full recovery.
EdgefieldDaily.com

America leading in Gold medals in Winter Olympics
web posted February 18, 2006
Medals Count

Alec Baldwin: "Cheney is a terrorist"
web posted February 18, 2006
In his own words

Plane crash leaves one dead, one injured (Photos)

web posted February 17, 2006
TRENTON – A plane crash in Trenton has left one man dead and another man injured Thursday evening. Around 6:30 pm, a call came in to 911 that an ultra-light airplane had crashed in a peach field next to the Trenton airport. EMS, the Trenton Fire Department, and Edgefield County Deputies arrived on the scene a short time later.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Gas pump rage ends in fight (Photos)
web posted February 17, 2006
MERRIWETHER – An impatient man resulted in a fight at the Greg’s Gas Plus on Highway 25 Thursday afternoon and left one man injured. Shortly before 5:00 pm an Edgefield County Sheriff’s Deputy radioed dispatchers that he needed back-up at the location when the fight broke out in front of him while he was waiting to get gas. Several other men joined into the fray.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Kelly Hammond Benefit Golf Tournament to be held March 24
web posted February 17, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Fireman’s Association is sponsoring the Kelly Hammond Benefit Golf Tournament on March 24, 2006 at the Pine Ridge Country Club. The benefit is being held to raise funds for Kelly Hammond who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and is currently undergoing treatment.
EdgefieldDaily.com

I hate spam, but I love revenge
web posted February 17, 2006
A Column by the Editor
COLUMN – I hate spam. Ten years ago if I had said that you would have thought about canned meat, today (because you are reading this article on the internet only) you know I am talking about spam e-mail. I have many e-mail addresses associated to EdgefieldDaily.com that I have to monitor for content and there are tons of spam.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Probate Judge Peeler: "I am running for re-election" (Photo)
web posted February 16, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Contrary to recent reports Judge Robert Peeler announced, "I am running for re-election as the Democratic nominee for the Office of Probate Judge for Edgefield County," in an exclusive interview with EdgefieldDaily.com on Wednesday. Judge Peeler, who is serving his sixteenth year as Probate Judge, said he toyed with the idea of retiring until a woman at a gathering this past weekend told him, “you are retiring for all the wrong reasons”. That message resonated with him and after talking to family, friends, and supporters over the weekend he decided he would seek to continue serving the citizens of Edgefield County as Probate Judge.
EdgefieldDaily.com

EdgefieldDaily.com tops one million: 1,010,244 hits
web posted February 16, 2006
EdgefieldDaily.com has gone beyond one million hits on February 15, 2006. Almost one month ahead of EdgefieldDaily.com's first posting. EdgefieldDaily.com remains Edgefield County's #1 source daily for online news. Yes, it is all about "location, location, location."

Blown headlight leads to felony arrest
web posted February 16, 2006
JOHNSTON – A car with a blown headlight drew the attention of a Johnston Police Officer at the intersection of May Street and Addison Street around 1:00 am Saturday morning. During a routine traffic stop, the Officer noticed a passenger in the car being one of the individuals wanted in connection to outstanding warrants and raids conducted by the Edgefield County SWAT Team and the Johnston Police Department.
EdgefieldDaily.com

EdgefieldDaily.com will go beyond one million hits today
web posted February 15, 2006
EdgefieldDaily.com would like to thank our faithful readers and our new readers for pushing us beyong one million hits before our first year anniversary. Almost a quarter million hits have been recorded in 2006 alone! Thank you for your continued support.

More arrests made in connection to Johnston burglaries
web posted February 15, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office released Tuesday that several additional arrests have been made in relation to the recent rash of burglaries in Johnston. James Eric Hayes, 20, of Edgefield is charged with eight counts of burglary. Several search warrants were issued and executed on homes in Johnston on Friday and resulted in the recovery of weapons and other stolen items.  Several arrests were also made during the searches.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Crash slows traffic in Edgefield (photos)
web posted February 15, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Failed brakes are said to be responsible for a two car collision Tuesday morning at the end of the Highway 25 by-pass and Highway 25 intersection around 10:30 am. The driver of a Ford F250 had stopped at the stop sign and was about to proceed on to Highway 25 when a Ford Windstar mini-van slammed into the rear of the truck sending it into the roadway and scattering tools, lumber, and debris along the way.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Weekly gas survey; Gas below $2.00 again
web posted February 15, 2006
COUNTY – Area gas prices dropped again this week as the average price of gas fell to $2.07 from an average of $2.16 last week. Prices varied as much as twenty-two cents between retailers. Sportsman's Corner in Merriwether took the award for the lowest reported price at $1.97 and Billy's Superstore in Trenton reported the highest price at $2.19. Below is the report of all 17 reporting stations.
EdgefieldDaily.com

2006 Edgefield Heritage Jubilee
It Is Time To Begin Planning Our Next Event.
Tuesday, February 21st At 6:30 PM
Edgefield Town Hall (rear & downstairs)
This Meeting is Open To Everyone, So Please Come Get Involved Help Us Keep The Momentum Going!!

Vandals drive through golf course causing damage
web posted February 15, 2006
JOHNSTON – Adam Harrison, greens keeper for Pine Ridge Country Club, reported vandalism of the 18th green on Monday. According to Mr. Harrison, someone drove through the greenside bunker causing damage to the bunker and very little damage to the green.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Obituary
William A. "Billy" Reynolds Sr.

web posted February 15, 2006
TRENTON - Mr. William A. (Billy) Reynolds, Sr., 71, of E. Wise St., died Sunday, February 12, 2006
EdgefieldDaily.com

Hattie Ross Corbin
web posted February 15, 2006
EDGEFIELD - Mrs. Hattie Ross Corbin, 90, of Rosa Hill St., entered into rest at her residence on February 13, 2006.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department report of Vice President Cheney's shooting accident
web posted February 15, 2006
Thesmokinggun.com

Lady Rebels fall short by one in first round play-offs
web posted February 14, 2006
JOHNSTON – The Strom Thurmond girl’s basketball team went into the first round of play-offs for the state championship hoping to ride the wave created by the football team’s recent capture of the State AAA Title. The Strom Thurmond Lady Rebels took the home court advantage with the recent Region Title win and hosted North Myrtle Beach.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Johnston Town Council rejects request by county for funding Sheriff during Chief's absence
web posted February 14, 2006
JOHNSTON – The Johnston Town Council rejected the Edgefield County Council’s addition to the intergovernmental agreement for the Sheriff to assume command of the Johnston Police Department. Last Tuesday night Edgefield County Councilman Everett Kitchens stated he felt the town should fund the Sheriff’s Office with an amount equal to what they would pay a police chief during the time the Sheriff is in command.
EdgefieldDaily.com

New Councilwoman sworn in before Johnston Town Council meeting (Photo)
web posted February 14, 2006
JOHNSTON – The Johnston Town Council held their regular monthly meeting Monday night and had a rather long agenda. Prior to the meeting being called to order Mayor Dean Campbell announced the town received notification from the Governor’s Office that Janet Nicholson’s appointment to fill her husband’s seat on the town council had been approved and she was sworn into office. The Mayor said the appointment would extend through November 30, 2006.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Mayoral candidate wants more inclusive government (Photo)
web posted February 14, 2006
JOHNSTON – Mayoral hopeful Willie Campbell attended the Johnston Town Council meeting Monday night and spoke with EdgefieldDaily.com about his plans for Johnston if he is elected.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Truck stolen and recovered hours later in Johnston
web posted February 14, 2006
JOHNSTON – A Johnston man reported his 1987 Dodge Dakota truck being stolen from outside a local eating establishment around 5:15 pm on Thursday. The man stated he went inside to order something to eat when a black male jumped into his truck and drove away. Other customers witnessed the theft as well. Johnston Police arrived on the scene and got a description of the man and the truck from the victim.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Crash sends two to trauma unit
web posted February 14, 2006
NORTHSIDE – A one car crash on Highway 25 Monday afternoon sent two people to the trauma unit. According to reports a van was traveling south on Highway 25 near Highway 378 when the driver lost control for unknown reasons sending the van tumbling off the shoulder shortly before 5:00 pm. One man was said to have been ejected from the vehicle and found face down in the road.
EdgefieldDaily.com

PSA: 2006 American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life
web posted February 14, 2006
Team Captains Meeting for the 2006 American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life will be this Thursday February 16 at 6:30 PM at Strom Thurmond High School in Mr. McKinney’s chorus room. The public is invited to attend.

Identity theft reported in Merriwether
web posted February 14, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A Merriwether woman reported a case of identity theft to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office on Friday evening. According to police reports, the Merriwether woman said she went to apply for a South Carolina driver’s license when she was informed that a license using her name and social security card number had already been issued in Dylan SC.
EdgefieldDaily.com

EdgefieldDaily.com Cartoons NEW!
Reminder: Tomorrow is Valentine's Day!
web posted February 13, 2006
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Unattended fire destroys shed, endangered home (Photos)
web posted February 13, 2006
SWEETWATER – A homeowner burning garbage in a barrel ended up burning a lot more than he planned Sunday afternoon. The man reportedly watched the fire until he felt it was safe to leave the barrel unattended. That is when he went inside his home on the 200 block of Community Road and laid down for a nap. Shortly before 4:00 pm, a passer-by saw the growing fire and alerted the sleeping homeowner.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Mama's Truck feeds needy families in McCormick
web posted February 13, 2006
McCORMICK – Mama’s Truck, a non-profit ministry headed up by Pat and Charlie Wilson went to McCormick over the weekend and delivered fresh produce and bread to over 350 needy families at the McCormick Senior Citizen’s building on South Main Street. “I was moved with compassion when I saw all those families and seniors in need of food from McCormick County,” Pastor Pat Wilson said.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Poetry in Action to perform in Merriwether
web posted February 13, 2006
MERRIWETHER – The Sweetwater Baptist Church will be the site of Poetry in Action, a dramatic presentation of poetry, on Thursday, February 16, at 7:00 pm by Fox Creek High School students. The public is invited to attend.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Citizens invited to attend Johnston Council meeting tonight
web posted February 13, 2006
JOHNSTON – The Johnston Town Council is inviting citizens to its next meeting, which will be held February 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. During this meeting, the Council will begin its discussion of some specific items for next year’s budget. There are other items on the agenda as well.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Off The Wall
Vice President Cheney Shoots Fellow Hunter

web posted February 13, 2006
Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot and injured a man during a weekend quail hunting trip in Texas, his spokeswoman said Sunday.
Off The Wall

Obituary
web posted February 13, 2006
Herbert G. Albin
EdgefieldDaily.com

Hayes faces charges in eight burglaries (Photos)
web posted February 11, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The arrest of James Eric Hayes, 20, on Tuesday night for a burglary on Calhoun Street, Johnston shortly after it occurred is bringing resolution to as many as eight of the town’s most recent burglaries. Presently Mr. Hayes is being held in the Edgefield County Detention Center awaiting a bond hearing.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Reported stolen car found crashed (photos)
web posted February 11, 2006
TRENTON – A report of a stolen car came in to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office Friday morning just before noon. A BOLO (be on the lookout) for the car was issued and around 1:00 pm the car was reported found. Sheriff’s Deputies Jimmy Smith and Jessie Robles arrived to find the Crown Victoria crashed into some trees on Parkway Drive, just off Jacob-McKie Road.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Major raceway planned for Edgefield County
web posted February 10, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Planning Commission held its February meeting Thursday night with its newest member, Rodney Ingle of Merriwether, attending his first meeting. Commissioner Ingle replaced Jim Oliver on the Commission. After the standard Call to Order and approval of minutes the commission took in the reports from committees. Then they learned of plans for a major drag strip for the northern part of the county.
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Edgefield County’s American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life date announced
web posted February 10, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Edgefield County’s American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life will be May 5-6, 2006 at Strom Thurmond High School.
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Westside home burglarized
web posted February 10, 2006
WESTSIDE – A Westside home was the site of a burglary Thursday afternoon. The homeowner returned home from work around 3:30 pm to find a window on the back side of the Miller Street home broken and evidence someone had entered the residence. A call was placed to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office at that time.
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Edgefield County Community Leaders Institute Meeting Set
web posted February 10, 2006
JOHNSTON - The next meeting of the Community Leaders Institute is set for Thursday, February 23, 6:30 p.m., Edgefield County Chamber of Commerce, Johnston.
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Bettis Academy to hold separate functions Friday and Saturday night
web posted February 10, 2006
BETTIS ACADEMY – A meeting will be held tonight at the Bettis Academy Library at 7:00 pm to discuss ways to restore the Bettis Academy Fairgrounds Saundra Curry told EdgefieldDaily.com. “We want to find ways to restore the old fairground and bring a fair back to the county.”
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Letter to the Editor:
Writer offers apology for Letter to Editor

web posted February 10, 2006
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Weekly gas survey; Price average drops again to $2.16 for county
web posted February 10, 2006
COUNTY – Area gas prices dropped again this report as the average price of gas fell to $2.16 from an average of $2.20 last week. Prices varied as much as twenty-six cents between retailers. Greg’s Gas Plus in Merriwether took the award for the lowest reported price at $2.4. The Northside BP in Edgefield reported the highest price at $2.30. Below is the report of all 17 reporting stations.
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More burglaries in Johnston: quick response leads to arrest of suspected serial burglar  (Photo)
web posted February 9, 2006
JOHNSTON – Another burglary was reported in Johnston just before 9:00 pm, Tuesday night. The homeowners stated they returned after being gone just 30 minutes from the home, located on the 100 block of Calhoun Street, to discover it had been the site of an attempted burglary. Once they entered the home they found a window broken and items missing. When they passed that information on to dispatchers, Johnston Police and Edgefield County Deputies and Investigators swarmed the area.
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Johnston youth donates hair to Locks of Love (Photos)
web posted February 9, 2006
JOHNSTON – A Johnston young lady has a lot of love and to express it she gave “locks of love”. Madison Derrick, 8, of Johnston told her mother she wanted to donate her long hair to Locks of Love, a non-profit group that takes the hair and creates hairpieces for financially disadvantaged children 18 and younger suffering from long-term medically related hair loss, such as cancer patients and others.
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Ministry seeks donations to grow food distribution program
web posted February 9, 2006
Alpha And Omega Outreach Ministries is a church, non-profit organization. Founders Charlie and Patricia Wilson, formed Mama’s Trucks Mission to offer much needed vegetables and bread to individuals in need. Part of our success is keeping a positive outlook and seeking those who will contribute money, produce, or themselves to becoming a huge impact on ending poverty and saving lives with food, kindness, and prayers.
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Sarah Wilkerson named Little Miss Aiken (Photo)
web posted February 9, 2006
TRENTON – Sarah Wilkerson, daughter of David & Jamie Wilkerson of Trenton and granddaughter of David & Paula Basher of Aiken and Weyman & Becky Wilkerson of Florida, has been crowned Little Miss Aiken County 2006. Sarah will represent Aiken County in the state pageant where she will compete for the title of Little Miss South Carolina and a share of the $35,000 in scholarships that will be available.
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Second gun stolen in recent burglary
web posted February 9, 2006
JOHNSTON – Tuesday brought yet another report of a burglary in Johnston. A Johnston man called police to report the burglary of his home, located on Calhoun Street. The man stated he returned to his home after being away since Friday and discovered a windowpane in his back door was broken and a 9 mm pistol missing.
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Anonymous caller stops drunken driver
web posted February 9, 2006
EDGEFIELD – An anonymous caller to 911 led to the arrest of a Saluda man and kept a drunken driver from endangering others on area roads Tuesday night. According to reports a caller told dispatchers that a drunken man was getting ready to leave Dodge’s Store on Augusta Road around 10:43 pm. Police arrived within a minute and found the man “extremely intoxicated”.
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Truck and tractor reported stolen, found stripped
web posted February 9, 2006
JOHNSTON – A Johnston man called police to report the theft of his truck and a lawn tractor Tuesday night. Cpl. Craig Wooten of the Johnston Police Department responded to the call and spoke with the man at his Addison Street home located on the 500 block.
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Obituary
Jolly George Owdom

web posted February 9, 2006
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Herlong announces run for Probate Judge (Photo)
web posted February 8, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Johnston native and Edgefield County Associate Probate Judge Joan Herlong has announced her candidacy to seek the court’s top position. She made her decision public to run for Probate Judge as a Democratic candidate on Friday, after learning earlier in the week from Judge Robert Peeler that he would not be seeking re-election.
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Baptist Association building burglarized over the weekend
web posted February 8, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Volunteers working on the new Baptist Association building under construction on the 900 block of Highway 25 north of Edgefield reported a burglary on Monday morning when they arrived to begin work. Edgefield County Sheriff’s Deputies arrived on the scene a short time later and began investigating the scene.
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Another Johnston home burglarized
web posted February 8, 2006
JOHNSTON – Another burglary in Johnston was reported to police on Monday. A home on the 200 block of Calhoun Street had been broken into through a back door sometime between the hours of 7:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday. Johnston Police Officers arrived on the scene as well as Edgefield County Sheriff’s Investigators a short time later.
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Recent Johnston burglaries thought to be related
web posted February 8, 2006
JOHNSTON – The recent rash of burglaries in the Johnston area are believed to be related and police are asking area residents to take extra measures to insure doors and windows are locked on homes and vehicles. Sheriff’s Chief Investigator Randy Doran said they believe the person responsible for several of the burglaries may be traveling on foot or perhaps a bicycle to commit the crimes.
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Opinion: Town of Johnston needs ordinance for all night nightclubs
web posted February 8, 2006
OPINION – Crime is something that is distributed around the county. No part of the county is immune from it. However, the recent assault of two police officers at 3:00 am in a Johnston nightclub has us asking a question, what is a nightclub doing open until 3:00 or 4:00 am?
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Edgefield County Council February meeting
web posted February 8, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Council held their February monthly meeting Tuesday night and after the Call to Order, Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance the council disposed of the approval of the reports and minutes. The first order of business was the approval of third and final reading of the ordinance to delay reassessment of property in Edgefield County by one year, which passed with a 5-0 vote. The next item, a resolution to confirm the Sheriff’s Office taking over the Supervisory Authority of the Johnston Police Department, did not go as smoothly.
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Filing ends for elective offices in towns
web posted February 8, 2006
COUNTY – Filing for candidacy in the upcoming elections for mayor and council seats closed on Monday. In Johnston and Edgefield there were no candidates opposing the incumbents. Johnston Councilmen Morris Holmes (Ward 2) and Tommy Burton (Ward 4) are both set to retain their seats unless a write-in candidate files before February 17, 2006 to challenge one of the seats.
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Obituaries
David McKie Sr.

web posted February 8, 2006
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Rebecca Smith
web posted February 8, 2006
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Two Officers assaulted in Johnston bar fight
web posted February 7, 2006
JOHNSTON – An early morning fight in Johnston left one man injured and two others in jail, one for assault on a police officer. The incident occurred at The Shack, a nightclub located on the 500 block of Railroad Ave, around 3:15 am Sunday morning. Johnston Police Officers were conducting a walk through of the club in search of a subject with outstanding warrants when a fight broke out.
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Edgefield Town Council February meeting
web posted February 7, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield Town Council held their February meeting Monday night with Councilman Yeldell and Mayor McKie absent. Mayor Pro Tem John Ellis took the Mayor’s place in his absence and conducted the business of the meeting.
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Johnston couple burglarized
web posted February 7, 2006
JOHNSTON – A Johnston couple called Police to report a break-in at their home on the 800 block of Calhoun Street. Edgefield County Sheriff’s Deputy Curtis Burton responded to the call and met with the couple who said they did not know they had been burglarized until they awaoke Monday morning.
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Car window smashed to steal pocketbook
web posted February 7, 2006
JOHNSTON – A Johnston woman reported he car had been broken into overnight while parked in her driveway. The woman told police that when she went out to her car on Saturday afternoon she observed a window in her car broken. Sheriff’s Deputy Shirley Keys responded to the call.
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Clinton dirty trickster faces 110-count indictment
web posted February 6, 2006
A former member of President Clinton's "Shadow Team," a private investigator known for dirty tricks and rough tactics on behalf of celebrity clients, is the target of a 110-count federal racketeering indicting unsealed today in Los Angeles.
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Construction site thefts continue
web posted February 6, 2006
TRENTON – The theft of materials from another home under construction was reported to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office. This time in Trenton. The man stated he left the construction site the day before just after dark. When he returned the next morning, the Air-conditioner and Heat Pump had been disconnected and stolen.
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Dr. Skip Myers
EdgefieldDaily.com columnist
The One and Only, One and Only
web posted February 6, 2006
Look in the mirror. What do you see? Your first reaction says a lot about your self-image. It is amazing how readily we focus on that one thing about ourselves we do not like. I’m too plump, too skinny, too bald, too short, too tall. My eyes are the wrong color; my ears are too big; my nose is too large; my mouth is too small. Standing there in front of you is one of the greatest miracles known to mankind and all we can see are the flaws.
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Valentine's Day, know the Basics and the Rules
web posted February 6, 2006
ADVICE – Valentine’s Day is next week gentlemen, so start your engines and get busy planning. Although the marketing campaign is designed to make anyone and everyone your “Valentine”, the truth of the matter is you have but one, your wife (or girlfriend). Miss that important fact and you are through. The best way to prevent a cataclysmic event on February 14 is to prepare now and we have a few suggestions.
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Dog 1 Human 0 (Photo)
web posted February 6, 2006
Reader submission: I had some doggie visitors this weekend. I put laundry baskets on my couch to keep Tag the Aussie Shepard off it after I went to sleep. This is where I found her at 1:00 am, I gave in and cleared the couch of baskets and just covered it with a sheet.
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Christians need not apply
web posted February 6, 2006
COLUMN – With the recent near epileptic reaction by the left in Washington, and around the country, over the appointment of two Supreme Court Justices, John Roberts and Samuel Alito, the liberal left cannot claim they are concerned about the Constitution or Christians anymore. Finally, they are beginning to show their true colors and in turn their true agenda. Christians cannot be allowed in government.
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Obituary
Geneva Padgett

web posted February 6, 2006
JOHNSTON - Graveside services for Mother Geneva Padgett will be held 2 p.m. Monday at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Johnston
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Nurses want self-harmers to be given fresh blades
web posted February 6, 2006
A professional nurses group is proposing that "self-harming" patients who are intent on mutilating themselves be given clean blades, bandages and "how-to" advice so they can cut themselves more safely.
Off The Wall

Merriwether woman victim of Augusta stalker
"They just don't take this serious. I do"
web posted February 4, 2006
Once the doors shut Mr. Miller leaned in to tell the woman, “I have been admiring you for a while,” and then leaned in further and asked, “can I touch you?”
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Birth Announcement
Destiny Taylor Favors (Photo)

web posted February 4, 2006
Born February 2, 2006.
8 lbs. 1 oz.
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Child brings found handgun to parent
web posted February 4, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A report a child walking into a home with a handgun was report to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office shortly after 6:30 pm Friday night. According to initial information, the mother called 911 to report that her child found a .22 caliber pistol in a blue backpack belonging to a neighbor’s child.
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Hit and run at Edgefield-Aiken County line
web posted February 4, 2006
TRENTON – A hit and run collision occurred on Highway 19 just East of Trenton Friday night around 11:30 pm. A truck heading towards Trenton and Highway 25 was claimed to have caused an accident with a vehicle traveling East of Highway 19 and left the scene after the car overturned with a pregnant woman as a passenger in the car.
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Gov Sanford and Sen Ryberg attend Edgefield County Republican Convention (Photos)
web posted February 3, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Republican Party held its convention Thursday night. Though scheduled to be held in the main courtroom of the County Courthouse it, was moved at the last minute to the County Council Chambers.
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Transportation Committee holds first meeting of the year
web posted February 3, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Transportation Committee held its first quarterly meeting Thursday afternoon with member John Brightharp absent from the meeting. The first order of business for the committee was to elect officers.
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Edgefield Etiquette
web posted February 3, 2006
COLUMN – I had a conversation with a friend yesterday and the subject of common Southern courtesy came up. The topic came up while comparing “pet peeves” and many of both of our peeves seemed to stem from the lack of respect and common courtesy in many people today.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Obituary
Carrie Mae Crawford

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SC Gov. Mark Sanford coming to Edgefield Thursday night
web posted February 2, 2006
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Republican Party’s County Convention will be held Thursday night at 7:00 pm in the main courtroom of the Edgefield County Courthouse. The convention is held to announce the officers and delegates from the county. Frank Maurer, of the Edgefield County Republican Party, told EdgefieldDaily.com Wednesday night a surprise call came from South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford saying he will be attending the meeting. “We’re trying to get the word out for people to come, and the price is right, it’s free,” Mr. Maurer said.
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The Scavenger Hunt winner is...
web posted February 2, 2006
WEBNEWS – EdgefieldDaily.com announces the end of the Scavenger Hunt contest and has
identified a single winner. EdgefieldDaily.com would like to thank all those who participated in the contest and for providing an exciting end to the contest. Over the last week the leading entry changed daily, often times tied between two or three readers. In the end, a single entry named all twenty-one locations to win the Weekend Get-A-Way.
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Sting operation results in three arrests on drug charges
Task Force closes net, one tries to flee
web posted February 2, 2006
JOHNSTON – Tuesday morning members of the Edgefield, Saluda, McCormick Narcotics Task Force along with the State Law Enforcement Division conducted a drug sting operation in Johnston. When officers moved in to make the arrests one of the men under surveillance took off running across Addison Street with officers in pursuit.
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Home almost lost due to more brush fires (Photos)
web posted February 2, 2006
MERRIWETHER – Residents on Dupree Circle called 911 just after 2:00 pm on Wednesday to report a brush fire in the mobile home park and the fire was endangering homes in the area. Edgefield County Sheriff’s Deputy Curtis Morris arrived on the scene prior to firefighters and found several residents with shovels trying to contain the blaze; Deputy Morris joined them in trying to stop the spread of the fire. “I’ve never been so glad to see the fire trucks pull up,” he said.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Scavenger Hunt photo locations revealed
web posted February 2, 2006
EdgefieldDaily.com would like to thank all those who participated in the Scavenger Hunt. Most of the entries contained better than 75% of the correct locations.
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Edgefield County crime stats released for 2005
web posted February 1, 2006
EDGEFIELD – Sheriff Adell Dobey supplied EdgefieldDaily.com with a Summary of Crime Report for Edgefield County in the year 2005, per our request, on Tuesday. One type of crime, thankfully, reported zero incidents in 2005, murder. In addition to a complete breakdown of crimes committed in the county handled by the Sheriff's Office, the report also lists the number of calls all local law enforcement agencies took as well.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Full report of crime groups, per cent of cases solved
web posted February 1, 2006
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$40,000 worth of jewelry reported stolen
web posted February 1, 2006
MURPHY VILLAGE – Monday morning a woman called the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office to report the theft of over $40,000 in jewels. The call came in around 10:00 Monday morning and Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Shirley Key responded to the call at the home located on the 1300 block of Edgefield Road.
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Letter to the Editor: Writer has concerns on school safety
web posted February 1, 2006
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EdgefieldDaily.com announces new section
web posted February 1, 2006
WEBNEWS – EdgefieldDaily.com has decided to meet the request of our readers again in the continual growth of EdgefieldDaily.com’s content. Over the last several months e-mails would come in, from time to time, asking if we had a recipe page and we would have to answer “no”. So, we have decided to create an online section devoted to our readers and their favorite recipes. Send in your favorite or favorites and have them posted, along with your name if you prefer.
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Former employee makes off with $1,200 in tools
web posted February 1, 2006
MERRIWETHER – A man building a house on the 600 block of Bakers Branch Drive notified the Sheriff’s Office that a former employee had stolen $1,200 worth of tools from the construction site. The incident was reported Monday afternoon but the actual theft was said to have taken place on January 23, 2006.
EdgefieldDaily.com

Weekly gas survey; Price average falls to $2.20 for county
web posted February 1, 2006
COUNTY – Area gas prices dropped slightly this report as the average price of gas fell to $2.20 from an average of $2.23 last week. Prices varied as much as thirteen cents between retailers. The S&S Truck Stop in Merriwether, along with Dodge’s Store, Amoco Food Mart #3, and Kent’s Korner in Edgefield took the award for the lowest reported price at $2.17. The Northside BP in Edgefield reported the highest price at $2.30. Below is the report of all 17 reporting stations.
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Google Holds Copies of All Emails and All Websites Visited
web posted February 1, 2006
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, January 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Some commentators are describing Google, the world’s most used internet search engine, as “scary,” after learning that the internet giant stores web search history and e-mails.
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Wednesday Obituary
Gertrude Geter Thompson

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