It’s about 9:15 on Thanksgiving morning, and Capt. Kaynnera Capers is driving a Darlington County Sheriff’s Office vehicle toward Lamar.
For December, we can look forward to the annual Geminid Meteor Shower, some nice planetary and lunar pairings, and the closest conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn since 1623!
They were ready. They were bundled in heavy coats against the 37-degree predawn temperatures.
This is the second installment of a feature we began last week: By Bobby Bryant, Editor firstname.lastname@example.org In the summer of 1942, as World War II was consuming Europe and the Pacific, a Darlington man named Woods Dargan worried about the troops from Darlington County. Dargan was a veteran of World War I, and he knew what the young men from the Pee Dee were going through. He wanted to “relieve their boredom and alleviate (their)...