Darlington native receives South Carolina’s highest honor
Aug07

Darlington native receives South Carolina’s highest honor

COLUMBIA — Clemson University Trustee Louis B. Lynn received the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian honor, from Gov. Henry McMaster. In his remarks, McMaster stated that he chose to award Lynn the Order of the Palmetto for his contributions not only to education, but also to the South Carolina community as a whole. “Dr. Lynn is an incredible leader who has contributed so much, not only to Clemson University but...

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Lawrence: The fact that there weren’t a lot of women in this field actually fueled me
Aug07

Lawrence: The fact that there weren’t a lot of women in this field actually fueled me

Several months ago, Girls University hosted a panel discussion featuring women who work in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) careers.

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Soapbox Derby winner donates car to Historical Commission
Jul31

Soapbox Derby winner donates car to Historical Commission

A relic of Darlington’s racing past will soon be on display at the Darlington County Historical Commission, thanks to a donation by a local citizen.

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Cole Custer pays tribute to A.J. Foyt with  throwback paint scheme for Darlington
Jul31

Cole Custer pays tribute to A.J. Foyt with throwback paint scheme for Darlington

KANNAPOLIS, N.C.-– On Jan. 17, 1965, the No. 00 Vel’s Ford Galaxie of A.J. Foyt became synonymous with true grit and perseverance. And come Sept. 1 in the Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Darlington Raceway, Cole Custer will pay tribute to Foyt as his No. 00 Haas Automation Ford Mustang from Stewart-Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste (SHR) emulates the paint scheme Foyt carried 53 years ago at Riverside (Calif.)...

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Wendy Bueno: Showing What A Woman Is Capable Of
Jul31

Wendy Bueno: Showing What A Woman Is Capable Of

If nothing else, civil engineering technology student Wendy Bueno is determined.

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SCDMV unveils The Parent’s  Supervised Driving Program aimed at  making more teenagers #RoadReady
Jul31

SCDMV unveils The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program aimed at making more teenagers #RoadReady

Blythewood– The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) has unveiled a guide for parents and guardians who are teaching their children how to drive. The Parent’s Supervised Driving Program, or PSDP, introduces new drivers to weekly lessons behind the wheel as they prepare for their driving test after holding a beginner’s permit for 180 days. “South Carolina law requires that teenagers spend at least 40 hours on the road...

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