Raceway intern carrying on the family tradition
Jul24

Raceway intern carrying on the family tradition

When Jim Hunter passed away in October of 2010, NASCAR lost one of its most valued and beloved executives, an advocate for the sport who helped shepherd stock car racing into its most successful era.

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Sen. Scott joins Baseball Hall of Famer to commemorate integration of baseball
Jul24

Sen. Scott joins Baseball Hall of Famer to commemorate integration of baseball

Washington – Following the July 17 Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Washington, D.C., U.S. Senator Scott joined the Baseball Hall of Fame, Hall of Famer Andre “The Hawk” Dawson, and Representatives Roger Williams and Cedric Richmond to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the integration of baseball. Scott, Williams and Richmond have introduced legislation in the Senate and House to mint a coin commemorating the...

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FMU Performing Arts Center’s  2018-19 season announced
Jul24

FMU Performing Arts Center’s 2018-19 season announced

Legendary singer-songwriters, a world famous comedy troupe, a hot new vocal group that performs Gullah-inspired music, and the music from one of Broadway’s biggest hits are among the highlights in the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center’s 2018-19 season. Tickets are available online at www.fmupac.org or at the PAC Ticket Office at 200 N. Dargan Street. Patrons are welcome at the TIcket Office in person, or may call at...

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A little bit of mad science, a whole lot of fun
Jul24

A little bit of mad science, a whole lot of fun

Dozens of kids enjoyed a unique learning experience last week at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church of Hartsville convened their Summer Science Lab. Under the instruction and supervision of volunteer teachers, children aged 4 and up got to conduct hands-on experiments with food chemistry – think strawberry-scented slime and fountains of Mentos and Coca-Cola – electricity, and sound. Photos by Samantha...

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Hartsville Boys and Girls Club unveils renovations
Jul17

Hartsville Boys and Girls Club unveils renovations

On July 12, the Hartsville Boys and Girls Club held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly renovated club.

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Outdoor adventure camp challenges adolescents physically, mentally
Jul17

Outdoor adventure camp challenges adolescents physically, mentally

When Aimee-Cox King graduated from Hartsville High School, she thought she wanted to be a teacher. After a few years, King realized that she was meant to help kids in a more non-traditional way. Now she runs Cypress Adventures from her hometown, surrounded by family.

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