• Victoria Jackson Cobb

    PAGELAND – Victoria Jackson Cobb died December 12, 2010. A funeral service was held

    December 16, 2010 at Sutton-Baumgartner Funeral Home Chapel.

    Surviving are, Father, Dean Jackson of Chesterfield; Mother, Edythe Brooks of Pageland; Daughters, Lindsay Privette of Woodbridge, VA, Dana Cobb of Fairfax, VA, and Jeri Cobb of Austin, TX; Sisters, Lori Rivers of Oak Island, NC

    Cherrie Brooks of Pageland; three



    Hospice of Chesterfield CountyPO Box 293

    Chesterfield, SC 29709.

  • Arrests reported by the Pageland Police Department Dec. 3 - 10, 2010

    William Danny Walden, 51 – 586 Olin Deese Rd, Pageland – DUI/DUS


    Sergio A Chamorro, 29 ­– 205 Dinadan Dr., Charlotte, NC – No DL/seatbelt


    David C Dominguez, 31 – 405 N Pearl St., Pageland – No DL


    Steven Youance, 35 – Pageland Place, Pageland – Criminal Domestic Violence


    Makee Donte Crawford, 20 – 516 W Godfrey, Pageland – Assault and Battery


  • November 2010 for Magistrate Court 12-15-10

    Matthew L Blankenship, 35, 356 Mill House Ln., Pgld – open container, $205


    Rebecca L Edwards, 34, 5331 Steen Rd., Jefferson – disorderly conduct, $280


    Lisa S McAteer, 44, 507 Hatchery Rd., Pgld – false information, $205


    Robert H Shipley, 66, 594 Hwy 151, Jefferson – simple possession, $570


    Mickey J Sikes, 54, 203 Mayesville Rd., Ruby – disorderly conduct, $105



    PAGELAND — Being thirsty does not entitle one to pocket a big can of beer and walk out of a store without paying.

    Chesterfield County deputies made that clear when they cracked the case of the purloined brew on Dec. 12. Mike Wallace of Mike’s One-Stop on U.S. 601 in Pageland called deputies about the theft of a 24-ounce beer about 5 p.m. that evening. A video showed the shoplifter. Wallace told deputies Lee Lewis and David Oliver he knew the suspect and where he lived. The deputies drove to his house.

  • Where are they now? Carnell Walker

    Walker is voice of Eagles’ football

    We travel back 28 years to find this week’s “Where Are They Now?” athlete. Carnell Walker was a three-year letterman in track during his days at Central High School.

  • Hawks move to 3-2

    By Shug Haigler

    Progressive Journal

    The New Heights Hawks improved to 3-2 near the mid-point of the season with 2 wins last week over McBee and a victory over Chesterfield/Ruby.

    Playing short-handed with only six players, the Hawks defeated McBee 33-29 on Dec. 9. Tristan Stewart led the Hawks with 10 points followed by D.J. Horton 8, Keenaen Lowery 5, Daquan Tatum 4, Bill Barber and Kevin Covington 2 each.

  • Eagle wrestlers off to 4-0 start

    By Shug Haigler

    Progressive Journal

    Central’s wrestling team in only its second season of competition has gotten off to a 4-0 beginning this season. The Eagles return all but one wrestler from last year’s team.

  • JV's win 3 games, improve to 6-0

    By Shug Haigler

    Progressive Journal

    Central’s junior varsity won 3 games last week to improve their overall record to 6-0. The Junior Eagles began the week Tuesday with a home win over Chester 58-53. The Cyclones led 39-32 after three quarters, but Central outscored the visitors 26-15 in the final quarter to secure the win.

    Deavan Johnson led Central with 20 points followed by Mitch Meadows 12, Ryheem Lockhart 9, Dillon Jackson 6, Deontae Chambers 5, Doran Robinson 4, and Deion Rushing 2.

  • Rivers leads Lady Eagles in victories

    By Shug Haigler

    Progressive Journal

    After Chester’s Lady Cyclones blew the Lady Eagles away Tuesday night, they bounced back with wins over Chesterfield Friday and Great Falls Saturday to even their record at 3-3 for the year.

    Tuesday, Chester outscored Central 25-4 in the second quarter on their way to a 70-22 victory. Scoring for Central were Danielle Moore 7, Malia Rivers 5, Dearo Nivens and Candice Wright 3 each, and Cherrie Thompson and Nikki Eddie each with 2.

  • Firefighters recognized for service

    Firefighters recognized for service

    High Point Fire District held its annual awards night supper at Union Hill Baptist Church on Dec. 10. Chief Wendell Johnson summarized the year, which brought an all-time high of 168 calls. Other highlights of the year included the purchase of a fire safety trailer, a brush truck and new protective equipment.

    Years of service awards were presented to the following members: Toby Darnell, 5 years, Joey Hendrix, 10 years; Mike Evans, 15 years; Jamie Hunter, 15 years; and Willie Williams, 30 years.