A LARGE ALLIGATOR SNAPPER TURTLE POSSIBLY 80 YRS. OLD. HE WAS DISCOVERED IN A DRIVEWAY ON SILAS
ST. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AN OFFICER
WAS FLAGGED DOWN AND HE SENT FOR A DNR OFFICER. THE DNR OFFICER WAS ABLE TO GET THE TURTLE IN A TUB, AND NOTED THIS WAS THE THIRD ONE THIS YEAR HE HAS PICKED UP.
Morris aims for success Pomaria-Garmany’s Amanda Morris performed at the state archery tournament held in Columbia. Morris qualified for the National Archery tournament in Louisville, Ky., on May 10. Morris is seen with ...
YMCA offers plenty for the summer NEWBERRY — The Newberry YMCA has plenty available this summer to keep everyone busy and active.
• The Newberry YMCA hosts a “Walk with Ease” program sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation June 4 ...
Curing the common crime: sobriety checkpoints Do you know why drunk driving is the most frequently committed crime in this country? Or why convicted drunk offenders — even those who have their licenses suspended continue to drink and drive? And why one in three people arrested for DUI has a prior conviction for drunk driving?
There is one...
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Margaret Brackett MADD of Newberry CountyThe Newberry Observer
Flimsy buildings waste tax dollars Why do people keep rebuilding in ways that are unsubstantial and why are no requirements for safe buildings enforced? In known danger areas the same flimsy structures are rebuilt at tax payer expense.
Archery banquet honors team Mid-Carolina High School held its first archery banquet to recognize the accomplishments of our archery team. This is the eighth consecutive year that they have won the State NASP Tournament.
Miss MCHS pageant winners PROSPERITY — Spring was in the air May 18 at Mid-Carolina High School as 18 young ladies took the stage to compete for the title of Miss MCHS. Hosted by the senior beta club, under the advisory of...