Old Memories
Jul18

Old Memories

By Bill Shepard I suppose we all have some! Some memories, we share and some are allowed to remain undisturbed. They are better that way. My son called today and our conversation began with the line, “Dad, I want to take you back in time a ways.” He continued, “I opened a box that has been closed and packed away for a very long time.” My curiosity was really getting the best of me to know what was coming next....

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Letters to the Editor – July 19, 2017

On Memorial Day, May 29, 2017, I attended the service next to the Veteran’s Memorial in Darlington where Col. James Peterson, retired, gave the keynote address. He spoke about two soldiers from Darlington who fought in World War II and was not known by a lot of local folks except their families. One of those soldiers was Col. Peterson’s uncle, John Peterson. Col. Peterson described the area his uncle fought in and the difficulties of...

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The Coding Movement is Sweeping the World, U.S. and S.C.

All the way from the boardrooms of tech executives in Silicon Valley to the kindergarten class at Voyager Charter School in Charleston, the coding movement is sweeping the country.

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The Walking Cane
Jul11

The Walking Cane

There is a saying that I’ve heard nearly all of my years_ “if you keep something long enough, there will be a time that you will need it.”

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Does that Sound Crazy?

There is nothing more traumatic than the loss of a child.

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Free Clinic staff thanks Walk with the Docs participants

Thank you all so much for the wonderful support shown for our 12th annual Walk With the Docs on April 29 at Davidson Hall at Coker College. This fundraiser is held in honor of our clinical volunteers who give of their time and talent to care for our patients. Approximately 65 people, including many of our doctors and nurse practitioners, gathered at Davidson Hall to walk in honor of the volunteers that serve at the Free Medical Clinic...

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