NEWBERRY — The following scores were compiled from events for the middle school division of the South Carolina Science Olympiad held Feb. 28 at Newberry College.Final Team Scores:1. Bell Street – 41
NEWBERRY COUNTY — With the ever-growing trends of technology and social media, officials warn to be careful what you do and say behind that computer screen.
NEWBERRY — The James Brown estate saga has taken yet another surprising turn. On Feb. 19, the S.C. Supreme Court stopped all estate proceedings in Aiken County.
POMARIA — The Town of Pomaria, with the help of Rep. Walt McLeod, could soon get welcome signs for the entrances of the town.
NEWBERRY — Encouraging family literacy. That's the motto Emily Crump-Saddler believes is most important for Newberry County's Family Literacy Program.
NEWBERRY — From its groundbreaking production and special effects to its surprising success in the box office, Star Wars took the world by storm when first released in the late 1970s.
The Newberry County Sheriff's Department responded to the following incidents and made the following arrests:
Elsa and Anna from Frozen enjoyed their first visit to Making It Personal last Saturday for a day of pampering with more than 80 girls in attendance. The shop had fingernail painting, face painting and hair braiding. A second day with Elsa and Anna...
NEWBERRY — In August 2014 the Freedom & Hope Foundation received an anonymous donation to buy four state-of-the-art, all terrain wheelchairs. Last month the foundation held its first track chair event.
NEWBERRY — Republic Nashville's A Thousand Horses, featuring Newberry's Michael Hobby and Bill Satcher continue to move up the Country music chart with “Smoke,” from their debut album “Southernality.” The...
NEWBERRY — Newberry County Council unanimously voted to authorize Chao and Associates Inc. to move forward with creating an area way on three sides of the Newberry County Courthouse to prevent flooding in the structure's...
The Lettermen received the Key to the City of Newberry on Feb. 22 at the Newberry Opera House in a presentation by Newberry Mayor Foster Senn. The Lettermen have been perennial visitors to the Opera House, performing over 30 shows and always drawing...
PROSPERITY — Mid-Carolina High School and Mid-Carolina Middle School hosted the National Archery in the Schools Region 3 Tournament on Feb. 21. This tournament is one of five being held throughout South Carolina to determine who will qualify for...
FLORENCE — For small-scale farmers, hard work and long hours come with the territory — and that doesn't even include their “day jobs,” without which many could not support themselves and their...
PROSPERITY — Prosperity Town Council unanimously passed first reading of an ordinance that will allow keeping of horses and will establish rules for residents who keep horses on their property.
NEWBERRY — The following guilty pleas were heard last week in General Sessions Court:
SILVERSTREET — In an effort to encourage youths to participate in outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing, the Midstate Quail & Dove group held a rabbit hunt and fishing rodeo.
CLEMSON — February's frigid temperatures could make spring and summer tiring seasons for South Carolina peach growers.
The Newberry Police Department reported the following incidents:
LIBERTY — Childhood bullying is a reality that many youth have to deal with in their day-to-day life.
CLEMSON — In the most closely watched test so far this semester, all the students passed with flying colors. Then they were sold.
NEWBERRY — A group of 17 Lutherans from four churches in Newberry County recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land.
NEWBERRY — The votes are in for The Newberry Observer Readers Choice Awards for our second category – Professional Services. The winners were:• Accounting firm: Daniel Maw CPA
NEWBERRY — After several months of negative operating margins, January was in the “black” at Newberry County Memorial Hospital with an operating income of $668,617 and a total bottom line of $874,555, according to the...
NEWBERRY — Community members tossed around ideas Tuesday night for planned improvements to Dr. Ulysses S. Gallman Park in Newberry.