Last week, I had the opportunity to go up to the top of Sassafras Mountain and Jumping Off Rock near Sunset.
Remember last Saturday’s column, where I described how Coco’s vet wouldn’t OK her prescription for preventive medicine to an online pharmacy and his insistence that I come to his office before he would authorize it?
Sports are a funny thing: Sometimes you win one game and feel like you’ll never lose again; sometimes you lose one and wonder how you ever managed to beat anybody to begin with.
You may have heard about the REAL ID program in South Carolina. In this month’s column, I want to provide some of the important information you will need.
Tamassee DAR School celebrated 98 years of service to children and families during the Founders’ Day celebration held Oct. 9-10.
There are some days when I sit down to write this column and I draw a complete blank.
Politicians exploit public ignorance.
Bonnie: My wife has had Alzheimer’s disease for three years. The activities she can do on her own have diminished.
Growing up as a college football fan in the 1960s and 1970s, I learned there were certain absolutes.
Dear Dave: What’s the difference between a credit union and a bank?
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