Article Archive for 6 June 2016
Jimmy Watt, the public information officer for the sheriff’s office, recently spoke to a resident who said a man drove up into their driveway on Poplar Springs Road on May 6. The man said he had an overrun of some tar and chip and that he needed to get rid of so it would not ruin before offering his services at a discounted price.
On May 27, a deputy responded to Sweet Water Wine and Spirits on S.C. Highway 11 in reference to a shoplifting. Around 2 p.m., a black man entered the store and looked around. He walked around the store, according to an employee, and then asked the employee a question before leaving.
The scholarship opportunity is tied to the South Carolina Manufacturing Certificate program, which is beginning a 10-week class at 8:30 a.m. June 13.
Corey Hassel crushed a grand slam in the fifth inning to help lift the No. 18 Cowboys (39-20) to a 9-2 victory over the Tigers.