Living on the West End (Mill Village): The Cypress Tree

The cypress tree stood at the edge of the waters of Swift Creek. All of my readers know by now that Swift Creek crawls like a long black snake through parts of Darlington on its way to rendezvous with Black Creek.

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Two zoos with Civil War connections
Apr23

Two zoos with Civil War connections

I’ve only been to two zoos, Riverbanks, in Columbia, and when I was a boy the one in Atlanta.

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Building a ladder to your dreams
Apr23

Building a ladder to your dreams

There are certain spiritual laws similar to the natural law of gravity that may be difficult to understand yet they are true and important keys to victorious living.

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Surfside Beach replays Darlington’s ‘public-comment’ fight

Ever have a family feud over an odd problem that you’re sure no one else has ever fought about?

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Living on the West End: The old house
Apr16

Living on the West End: The old house

“This old house is getting shaky,
“This old house is getting old.

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Let’s name a school after educator Bonaparte

Just a simple idea. What a wonderful time to do a series of stories on past educators who have served Darlington County. I attended Darlington County schools, taught briefly in Darlington County schools. I remember recently Darlington lost a very beloved principal who grew up with me and I knew as the sister of some girls my age. I really didn’t know her as an educator but somebody did, and from all accounts and letters in your...

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