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Edgefield Daily.com Archives
2005


July

North Augusta hit and run accident leads to Trenton
web posted August 1, 2005
North Augusta Public Safety notified the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Department of a hit and run in North Augusta around 10:12 pm Saturday night. The vehicle, a 2001 Montero Sport was seen being driven by a white male leaving the scene of the accident heading north on Highway 25.
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Edgefield County native claims to solve the problems of dirt roads
web posted August 1, 2005
Thomas Settles, 53, of Atlanta and owner of a prominent paving company says he has solved the problem that made growing up in Edgefield County on a dirt road being an obstacle. His product, "Pave-Zyme", is said to keep dirt roads passable after heavy rains. Something he said kept him from school in Edgefield County in his youth.
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Poetic Justice?

web posted July 30, 2005
MERRIWETHER -  In our daily travels Edgefield Daily.com ran across yet another accident that had occurred on Briggs Road. Albeit an abandoned accident scene it caught our attention, and that as it turns out, seemed to show a bit of poetic justice and irony at the same time.
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Another close call for county resident in accident

web posted July 30, 2005
WESTSIDE - Wet roads seem to have contributed to a close call on Garrett Road. Around 6:30 pm Friday evening Linda Hammond and her daughter were traveling down Garrett Road when a car swerved into their lane. Quick thinking and timing avoided a head on collision.
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Edgefield Daily.com continues to double readership each month
web posted July 30, 2005
 Edgefield Daily.com reported passing 5000 unique users since inception a little more than a week ago. Since then we have surpassed 6000 unique readers. We are humbled by the response we are getting from the community and hope we can continue to provide the most complete coverage of daily events and latest happenings to our readers free of charge.
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Key family releases new photos in search for Marion Key

MERRIWETHER – Marion Key’s wife, Melba Key, and family released to Edgefield Daily.com more photos of Marion Key, 74, who has been missing since about 11:15 pm on July 12, 2005. In the photos Mr. Keys is seen wearing the exact same clothes he wore the day he went missing. “We thought that someone seeing him wearing the same clothes might jog someone’s mind” family member told us.
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Johnston home struck by lightning
JOHNSTON – The strong thunderstorms that moved through the county brought some much needed rain and some not so welcomed lightning. The storms built in strength as they moved on a northwesterly track from Columbia and Richmond Counties in Georgia into Edgefield County. By the time they reached Johnston there were winds gusting to 60 mph in some locals and numerous lightning strikes, one to a home in Johnston.
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Say it isn’t so!
A column by the Editor
web posted July 29, 2005
As an avid reader and news junkie I read just about everything I can get my hands on. Among the vast array of articles, news stories, public records, laws, rulings and “news of the weird” that are poured over on a daily basis there is one column I greatly anticipate every week, and it is not on Edgefield Daily.com. It is the Ramblin’ ‘Round column written by Buck Asbill in the Edgefield Advertiser.
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Tax Free Weekend in Georgia

web posted July 29, 2005
COUNTY – The Georgia Tax Free Back to School Weekend is here. Edgefield County residents, who are able to take advantage of our close proximity to Augusta, can enjoy buying school supplies, computers, blank CD’s, backpacks, and a long list of items listed at www.gatax.org.
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A Miracle in Merriwether

web posted July 28, 2005
MERRIWETHER – Just after dawn the intersection of Martintown Road at Woodlawn and Briggs Roads witnessed a miracle. Gary Richard, of Briggs Rd, said he entered the intersection from Briggs Rd and never saw the truck coming, “that man is a hero,” he said pointing to the overturned truck and referring to its driver. “He did everything he could to keep from killing me,” Mr. Richard said.
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Big trucks spell big trouble area residents say
web posted July 28, 2005
MERRIWETHER - Meriwether residents say the accident that occurred at the intersection of Martintown Road at Briggs and Woodlawn Roads is just the beginning of more serious accidents to follow. “Just the other day,” Mr. Elliott said, “we were talking about (the gravel trucks) and how they are flying down this road.”
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Trenton company pulling out; 400 to lose jobs

web posted July 27, 2005
TRENTON - The Town of Trenton, who just celebrated the opening of Trenton Plastic Products and the creation of 100 new jobs which located in the former Carlyle plant, is now bracing for a net loss in jobs and taxes. Components Manufacturing Company (CMC) is closing their doors and will leave almost 400 workers without jobs.
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Sheriff's Department quickly solves another burglary
web posted July 27, 2005
MERRIWETHER - The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Department solved another burglary in quick fashion with the arrest of David Keith Buff, 21, of the 100 block of Briggs Haven Circle in Merriwether.
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Miss a dear, hit a tree
web posted July 27, 2005
MERRIWETHER – Briggs Road was the site of another accident on Tuesday. A young woman traveling along Briggs Road stated she swerved to miss a deer and ended up going off the road and striking a tree.
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DOT truck burns at compound
web posted July 26, 2005
EDGEFIELD - A report of a vehicle fire at the South Carolina Department of Transportation compound on Highway 25 was reported around 10:00 pm Monday night. The Edgefield Fire Department responded to the call and had to cut the lock to the gate to gain entry to extinguish the burning truck.
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Hispanics continue to top list of unlicensed and uninsured drivers
web posted July 26, 2005
EDGEFIELD - As Edgefield Daily.com has followed arrests in the county, Hispanics continue to rise in the percentage of unlicensed and uninsured drivers in our area. Edgefield Daily.com is not singling out a particular race, however we are concerned when the smallest segment of our residents are being arrested for indicators of illegal residency.
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Community Road erupts with melee, wreck, injuries, and no reported arrests

web posted July 25, 2005
BETTIS ACADEMY - The Community Road area erupted into a large melee involving more than two dozen teens early Sunday morning which involved a car accident, reports of a man with a gun, fights, and one individual at the hospital with injuries from an attack with a baseball bat.
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Edgefield Daily.com goes global
web posted July 25, 2005
WEBSITE NEWS - In addition to becoming Edgefield County’s number one source for daily information, Edgefield Daily.com has attracted readers from around the globe including West Africa, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Norway, United Kingdom, Singapore, Japan, Mexico, and the US Military abroad.
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Search for Marion Key moves into eleventh day and still no leads

web posted July 23, 2005
MERRIWETHER - Marion Key, 74, has been missing since leaving his job, as a Wal-Mart Greeter at the North Augusta store, on the night of July 12, 2005 due to feeling ill. Before leaving he spoke with his wife, Melba Key, and gave a road by road account of his planned route. He was driving a 1993 Red Geo Metro four door hatchback with a trailer hitch on the front of the car. It bore the handicapped license plate number W49579.
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Crash closes Bypass
EDGEFIELD - Around 11:30 Friday night a tractor trailer rig traveling the Highway 25 bypass jack-knifed and blocked the bypass for well over an hour.
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Elderly can receive free legal services in Edgefield County
web posted July 23, 2005
EDGEFIELD - Due to funding provided by the Older Americans Act, the Upper Savannah Elderly Legal Services offers elderly citizens a way to have legal services paid for by the funding. The offer is for senior citizens age 60 or older.
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Edgefield County Voter Registration asks residents to try new voting machines
web posted July 23, 2005
EDGEFIELD - The Edgefield County Voter Registration Office is encouraging county residents to come by the Voter Registration Office, Room 106 in the lower level of the Courthouse, to get acquainted with the new voting machines the county has purchased.
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Planning Commission rejects zoning ordinances
EDGEFIELD - The Edgefield County Planning Commission held its regular scheduled meeting Thursday night at the Council Chambers. Two items were listed on the agenda, the hotly contested zoning ordinances inserted into the last council meeting and Paxton Place subdivision. Absent from the meeting was member Jim Oliver.
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Dodge’s Store has clumsy burglar
EDGEFIELD - Wednesday night Dodge’s Store on the Edgefield Highway had a masked black male enter the store and attempt to snatch two cases of Bud Light from a display and run out the door. Unfortunately for the burglar the cardboard handles were not as strong as he thought.
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Sheriff’s Department continues arresting drug dealers
EDGEFIELD – The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Department continues taking area drug dealers off the streets. As Edgefield Daily.com report on the arrests of four men last week the latest to be charged is Melvin Joe Dobbs.
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Family of missing Merriwether man faces many obstacles

web posted July 21, 2005
Melba Key, wife of Marion Key, 74, who has been missing since leaving his job as a Wal-Mart greeter Tuesday July 12 due to illness, has had to face additional problems during the search relating to his disappearance. “We had a plumbing problem that flooded the bathroom the other night and as soon as we got it fixed a water line broke and flooded it again,” Mrs. Key said. To top it off she said their refrigerator has quit working.
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Council hears both sides of zoning debate

web posted July 21, 2005
EDGEFIELD - The Edgefield County Council conducted the Public Hearing on the two new ordinances that zoned the entire county and defined Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, or CAFO’s last night at the County Council Chambers.
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Vandals destroy mailboxes 
web posted July 21, 2005
MERRIWETHER - Vandals destroyed several mailboxes along Sweetwater and Murrah Road according to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Department. Sometime during Tuesday night someone went around destroying several mailboxes of residents in the area.
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Public Hearing on Zoning tonight

web posted July 20, 2005
The Edgefield County Council will be holding the Public Hearing on the new Zoning Ordinances tonight at the Council Chambers on Jeter St. at 6:00 pm. The public is invited to attend and those wishing to speak should arrive early in order to sign up to voice your opinion on the matter to the County Council. The ordinances zone the entire county and were inserted and voted on in the special called meeting on June 22, 2005.
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Sweetwater man found dead at home
web posted July 20, 2005
SWEETWATER – A Sweetwater man was found dead on the front steps of his home Tuesday morning by a neighbor. Jimmy D. Walker, 58, was last seen Sunday afternoon. His body was discovered Tuesday morning.
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School registration begins next week
web posted July 20, 2005
EDGEFIELD - The 2005-2006 school year is about to begin and registration for all local schools will be held starting next week. The official first day of school is August 8. 2005. Edgefield Daily.com has compiled a list of registration times and the student lists of supplies.
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Residents call for Administrator’s firing
web posted July 19, 2005
Most county residents are furious over the new zoning ordinances and the way they were introduced. However, many feel County Administrator Adams should be fired over the matter.
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Sheriff commits department to finding missing Merriwether man
Sheriff Adell Dobey has gone beyond the call of duty according to the family of Marion Key, 74, a Merriwether resident who has been missing since leaving his job at the North Augusta Wal-Mart last Tuesday night.
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Have you seen this man? If so call the Edgefield County Sheriff's Department at 637-5337 or 278-1625

County still not responding to requests
web posted July 19, 2005
Edgefield Daily.com has informed the County of Edgefield six times to be informed of county business and announcements of meetings, legal notices, and other such information the county releases for public consumption. All requests have been ignored.
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Merriwether man still missing
web posted July 18, 2005
Marion Key, 74, who disappeared last Tuesday night, has still not been found. His wife, Melba Key, says the family has spent about $350 in gas placing flyers on the doors of area businesses. Mr. Key was last seen leaving his job as a greeter at Wal-Mart in North Augusta around 11:00 pm Tuesday night driving a red 1993 Geo Metro with a tow bar on the front and bearing a handicapped license plate with the numbers W49579.
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Edgefield Daily.com suffers water damage, delay
web posted July 18, 2005
Due to an unfortunate water line break, Edgefield Daily.com is forced to delay its normal Monday update. A water leak has caused problems at the main office and updates are being done from a temporary location and as such, will be limited until the main office is restored. Complete restoration of the computer systems will be completed by Monday afternoon. We are sorry for the delay and hope to have all of Monday's updates posted by late afternoon.


Search for missing Merriwether man continues
web posted July 15, 2005
MERRIWETHER - An intensive search for Marion Key, who has been missing since late Tuesday night, got underway Thursday. Volunteers from the Merriwether Fire Department, Big Stevens Creek Baptist Church, the Merriwether Community and staff of Edgefield Daily.com joined in with Edgefield County Deputies and South Carolina Highway Patrol Officers trying to locate Mr. Key.
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Money repaid in Johnston theft?
web posted July 15, 2005
JOHNSTON - According to information recieved by Edgefield Daily.com, Tina Smallwood, 42, who was arrested on June 29, 2005, has been said to have returned a large portion of the cash she is charged in stealing. As Edgefield Daily.com has followed the claim of a reported theft of more than $19,000 from a Johnston man and the arrest of Ms. Smallwood that followed, the case seems to be getting a bit questionable and confusing.
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Flat tire leads to boat theft
web posted July 15, 2005
EDGEFIELD - Kevin Berry, of Edgefield, was towing his 17 foot Polar Kraft boat back to Edgefield Wednesday around 7 pm when he had a flat on the trailer. Not having a spare with him the boat and trailer was left on the side of Highway 23 as the owner went to his house to retrieve a spare. When he returned the boat was missing.
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Merriwether man missing

web posted July 14, 2005
MERRIWETHER - What should have been a fifteen to twenty minute trip turned into forty minutes and Mrs. Key alerted police. “He isn’t in the best of health,” Mrs. Key said and Mr. Key was due to receive dialysis treatments today. “The (Edgefield County and North Augusta Police) deputies searched all night driving the same route and other possible routes but found nothing,” Mrs. Key said.
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Tornados rip through Trenton
web posted July 14, 2005
TRENTON - Around 2:45 pm Wednesday reports of a tornado near Trenton began to come into the Edgefield County E911 Center. Deputies were dispatched to the scene where they discovered large pieces of tin laying in the middle of Highway 191 near Luke Bridge and Lott Roads.
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Burglars make off with over $4,500 of insecticide

web posted July 13, 2005
JOHNSTON - On Monday, July 11, around 10:30 am Titan Peach Farms manager Jason Rogers reported a break-in to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Department of a storage building on the property. The thief, or thieves, cut a section of the fence and rolled it back in order to allow a truck of some sort to be backed inside the fenced area.
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Sheriff’s Office liability loss one of the lowest in state
web posted July 13, 2005
EDGEFIELD - The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release yesterday showing that under the direction of Sheriff Adell Dobey the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office has one of lowest liability loss rates in the state. The period covered a review of liability losses, injury, and litigation rates from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2005 by the South Carolina Counties & Liability Trust Association.
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Four arrested on drug charges
web posted July 13, 2005
EDGEFIELD - The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Department issued a release yesterday announcing the arrest of four men on distribution or trafficking cocaine, crack cocaine, and or marijuana charges. According to the release the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office conducted a raid on June 22, 2005 at a residence located at 17 Shay Street in Edgefield.
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Clerk says town has not answered suit
web posted July 13, 2005
JOHNSTON - Edgefield Daily.com received a copy of the four page lawsuit filed by Police Officer James David Willis against the Town of Johnston today. The lawsuit, filed in the Court of Common Pleas in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit was filed May 19, 2005 in the Edgefield County Clerk of Court’s Office.
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Edgefield Advertiser has unwelcome guest to “drop by”
web posted July 13, 2005
EDGEFIELD - The Edgefield Advertiser runs a column every week under the heading of “Who dropped by” where they picture locals and visitors who “drop by” and visit at the office on the square. Tuesday morning around 11:30 am, however, a rather unwelcome visitor dropped by, a snake. Animal control was called and Edgefield County Deputy Anthony Rickard responded with tools in hand. Unfortunately the snake had gotten into some ink and the particular breed of snake was not known so it was “disposed” of.

Councilman foils robbery

web posted July 12, 2005
TRENTON - Edgefield County Councilman Willie Bright interrupted a burglary early Sunday morning at his coin laundry business located at the corner of Highway 25 and Community Road.
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Husband returns goods, wife charged in burglary
web posted July 12, 2005
MERRIWETHER - A burglary on the 600 block of Springhaven Dr in Merriwether last week was solved when the husband of the woman accused of the crime turned over the stolen items to the homeowner and subsequently police.
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Police Officer files suit against Town of Johnston
web posted July 12, 2005
JOHNSTON - Johnston Police Officer David Willis has filed a lawsuit against the Town of Johnston in which Willis alleges the town refused to pay him for overtime that he worked.
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New equipment and Old Flour Mill take attention of town council meeting
web posted July 12, 2005
JOHNSTON - The Johnston Town Council held its regular monthly meeting tonight, Monday July 11, 2005 at 6:00 pm at the Town Hall. After the call to order and the pledge Mayor Dean Campbell stated that the meeting would be shaping up to be a short one, he hoped.
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Surf’s up, well, at least the water levels
web posted July 11, 2005
The US Army Corps of Engineers has announced that due to heavy rains and an abundance of water they are releasing water to lower the water levels in Clark’s Hill Lake. The excess of water will cause higher than normal levels in Big Steven’s Creek and currents could be swifter than normal in the waterway as well as the Savannah River officials warn.
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Next Scavenger hunt photo
web posted July 11, 2005
The second Scavenger Hunt photo.
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Weather holds for Gospel Explosion

web posted July 11, 2005
The 4th Annual Gospel Explosion was held Saturday July, 9 in Bettis Academy. Saundra Curry, the events coordinator and founder was busy all morning cooking and tying up all the last minute loose ends. “I’m just trying time to catch a breath,” Curry said while working out problems with some of the cookers.
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Johnston woman arrested in alleged $19,000 theft

web posted July 8, 2005
Tina Smallwood, 42, of Johnston was arrested on charges of Grand Theft greater than $5000 June 29, 2005. She was booked into the Edgefield County jail and has already been released.
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Building and Planning Director, Zoning Administrator not guessing on outcome
web posted July 8, 2005
As Edgefield Daily.com follows up on the county permit denial of Rodney Cato we spoke with Building and Planning Director Howard Gibson and Zoning Administrator Guy Mueller and confirmed the report.
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Cato refused county permit

web posted July 7, 2005
Rodney Cato applied for a permit for his chicken farm outside of Trenton near the Courtney Road and Trenton Lakes area and was refused by the building department. According to reports, Mr. Cato requested a letter from Howard Gibson, Director of Building and Planning, stating the reason he was refused and who instructed the refusal of the permit.
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Council dodges political bullet on county-wide zoning

web posted July 6, 2005
The Edgefield County Council dodged a political bullet tonight with a motion from Councilman Joel Hudson. In what no doubt appeared a preplanned move, Chairman Monroe Kneece took steps to introduce the second reading of the two new Zoning Ordinances as one and was interrupted by Councilman Joel Hudson with a motion that the zoning ordinances be, “postponed until the planning commission has time to study it.”
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Planning Commission Member Bernadette Hudson's letter to Council on Zoning and CAFO's
web posted July 6, 2005
"In a packet sent to the Planning Commission Members, dated June 28, 2005, Wayne Adams addressed concerns the county has regarding the validity of setback regulations in the unzoned areas of the county.  As you are well aware, these concerns stem from a proposed CAFO  locating in the Trenton area.
After extensive research, I have found the following to be fact."
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County removes ban of Edgefield Daily.com from government computers
web posted July 6, 2005
Edgefield Daily.com appeared before the Edgefield County Council to address the self imposed ban on Edgefield Daily.com by Administrator Wayne Adams.
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Fire caused a quarter million dollars in damages
web posted July 6, 2005
 The fire on June 30 at the home of Ernie and Anne McFarrin, of the 100 block of Arrowhead Lake Rd, is said to have damaged well over $250,000 worth of goods and structure. According to sources involved in the investigation the barn housed a high-end, “fifth-wheel camper, a pontoon boat, a self contained soft ice cream vending trailer, as well as other equipment and product. Just the ice cream trailer alone, not counting product inside, was valued at over $100,000,” the source said.
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County Council July Meeting
web posted July 6, 2005
The meeting was called to order with invocation by Rev. Lloyd and the usual pledge. A near capacity crowd was in attendance. Most on one side or the other on the new zoning ordinances inserted at the last special called meeting of the 25th of June. The ordinances were on the agenda for a second reading tonight.
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County Council agenda to be volatile for tonight's meeting
web posted July 5, 2005
The Edgefield County Council meeting scheduled for tonight at 6:00 pm at the Council Chambers holds some rather controversial speakers. In the recent weeks Nadine Horne and compatriots from the Courtney Road and Lake Trenton area have been trying to find county support to stop a chicken farm from being placed on farmland that abuts the area.
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County zoning ENTIRE COUNTY and not telling anyone
web posted July 2, 2005
Edgefield Daily.com has uncovered the true intent of the new ordinances that were drawn up and inserted at the special called meeting of the county council on June 22, 2005. The ordinances, which were improperly inserted then reinserted, have a much more dangerous effect than they are advertised to be. It is not what is said in the ordinances, it is what is purposely not said; the fact the new laws will zone the entire county. A casual read of the ordinances, which are worded in a way as to not tip the reader of what is actually taking place, would never give the reader the full impact that is known by the Administrator's office.
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County reportedly bans Edgefield Daily.com from county computers

web posted July 2, 2005
Edgefield Daily.com received over a dozen calls and several e-mails complaining that county computers were denied access to Edgefield Daily.com yesterday. Many believed the site had been removed from the internet and wanted to know why.
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The Edgefield Daily.com Scavenger Hunt Begins Today
web posted July 2, 2005
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State prisoner escapes in Trenton
web posted July 1, 2005]A convicted felon at the South Carolina Department of Correction (SCDC) facility in Trenton escaped from the prison at 8:45 am Thursday morning. Cpl. Robbie Harter, Public Information Officer for the Edgefield County Sheriffs Department, said about ten Edgefield County deputies were involved in the search. In addition to the deputies and personnel from the SCDC several local agencies also assisted including Aiken County Deputies, Aiken Public Safety, Johnston and Trenton Police, The Aiken County Bloodhound team, and SLED who also provided a helicopter. "The South Carolina Highway Patrol also assisted and helped with with traffic control," Harter said.
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Homeowners lose barn, camper, and boat to fire
web posted July 1, 2005
  Ernie and Anne McFarrin, of the 100 block of Arrowhead Lake Rd, discovered their barn/ garage engulfed in flames after an explosion Thursday morning. “The woman said she heard an explosion and when she walked out the barn was fully involved,” said Faye Fullmer of the Merriwether Fire Department
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