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Today's Features

  • Samantha Faulkenberry of Ruby and Corbin Norton of Cheraw were united in marriage on Saturday, June 4, 2016, at Fariview Baptist Church in Mt. Croghan.

    The Rev. Harold Cooke officiated at the ceremony. A reception followed in the church fellowship hall.

    The bride is the daughter of Junior and Angela Faulkenberry of Ruby. She is the granddaughter of Ruby J. Sims and the late Billy Sims of Ruby, and the late Willard and Rena Faulkenberry of Chesterfield.

  • Kristy Annette Brecht of Lancaster and Jaime Jackson of Waxhaw announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

    The bride is the daughter of Lynn and Vickie Brecht

    of Lancaster. She is a 2011 graduate of South Pointe Christian School in Pageland and a 2015 graduate of Newberry College.

    She is a client accounts at American Forest Management.

    The groom is the son of Debbie Jackson and the late John Richard Jackson of Waxhaw. He is a 2006 graduate of Butler High School.

    He is employed by Brecht Resources LLC.

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  •  Here are our three spotlight candidates for adoption this week from Chesterfield County Animal Services.

    Tommy is a 2-year-old male hound mix. He is very laid back and easy going. Tommy gets along great with other dogs but does not like cats. He will be fully vetted before adoption.

    Mossy is a 10-month-old female boxer mix.  She is a fun-loving girl and full of energy. Mossy will be fully vetted before adoption.

  •  Chesterfield County 

    Animal Services

    Here are our three spotlight candidates for adoption this week from Chesterfield County Animal Services.

    Mary Ann is a 1-year old female terrier mix. She is super sweet and loves hugs and kisses. Mary Ann is good with other dogs but not cats and will make a great house pet. She will be fully vetted before adoption.

  • "I took my basic training at Fort Jackson in Columbia for eight weeks. After basic training I received ordered to report to Fort Sill, Oklahoma where we received four months of artillery training. Back at Fort Jackson I was selected Battalion Guideon Bearer who stands at Parade Rest during the 40th Anniversary celebration of the Battalion in Paktika Province, Afghanistan, June 14th. The Battalion has participated in numerous campaign and projects both in the United States and abroad.

  • The Cheraw Arts Commission is presenting several happenings with a ‘60s and ‘70s retro theme during January. There will be a display at the Burr Gallery, an Adult Art night and musical tribute at the Theatre on the Green.
    Feeling Groovy!, an exhibit reflecting a ‘60s and ‘70s vibe, will be featured at the Burr Gallery. The exhibit will open from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Cheraw Community Center.
    Owners of VW's are invited to drive their vehicles to the opening. The CAC is accepting memorabilia for this exhibit.

  • From release
    Chesterfield County Animal Services has reduced the adoption fee to $65 for this week’s spotlight candidates.
    Pepper is a one-year-old female Hound mix. She gets along well with other dogs but does not like cats. Pepper will be fully vetted before adoption with a reduced adoption fee of only $65.
    Arber is a two-year-old male Lab mix. He gets along better with smaller dogs and will be fully vetted before adoption with a reduced adoption fee of only $65.

  • Pageland native Kenneth Terry graduated from Pageland High School in 1962 and served in the Army National Guard from October 1963 until April 1969. He is the son  of the late Ben Frank and Louise K. Terry.