Cardinal Newman School’s last graduating class at Forest Drive location

Star Chefs

Fruit Sherbet 1 cup lemon juice1-1/2 cups sugar1 cup orange juice1 cup milk1/2 cup pineapple juice In a large pitcher, mix together the lemon juice and sugar. Stir in the orange juice, milk, and pineapple juice. Pour into a plastic container, and freeze until stiff. Cool Cucumber Salad 2 large cucumbers, peeledand thinly sliced1/2 (8 ounce) cartonsour cream1 green onion, […]

Beneficial Relationships

Stopping to smell the flowers

Yuccas are blooming across the Midlands. Their sturdy upright stems with waxy white flowers are dependent upon a tiny ½” long white moth. The yucca moth is the sole pollinator of yuccas and is rarely seen by humans. The yucca depends upon the moth for seed formation, and the moth depends upon the yucca as the source of nourishment for […]

Former Bearcat lands tryout in top pro soccer league

Herbert Cojulun was born in Honduras and moved to the United States at age 10 where he went on to break scoring records in high school at Brookland- Cayce, scoring over 100 goals. He also went on to win a finalist spot in Major League Soccer’s (MLS) Sueño MLS tryout competition with the Seattle Sounders FC. Sueño MLS is a […]

Charpia hopes for breakout year for B-C

OVERVIEW: For the second year in a row, Brookland-Cayce got off to a hot start, going 4-1 in non-region play. However, also for the second year in a row, the region portion of the schedule doomed what could have been a great season for the Bearcats. Statistically, Brookland Cayce’s offense took a step back, averaging five points less a game. […]

Spring Valley high School students perform at SCBDA Solo & Ensemble Clinic

Twenty-three Spring Valley High School band students earned top ratings at the SCBDA Solo & Ensemble Clinic, including Zach Whitson, trombone solo, Superior; Ethan Dilley, alto sax solo, Excellent; Eloise Lamie, French horn solo, Superior; Macey Coulter, alto sax solo, Superior; Gloria Kim, clarinet solo, Superior; Melody Davis and Aaron Roach, trumpet duet, Superior; Dennis Patterson Jr. and Alan Port, […]

Richland Two Child Development is changing to a needs-based only program

Child development in Richland School District Two is changing to a needs-based, tuition free program. Spears Creek Road Child Development and Clemson Road Child Development will no longer exist beginning the 2015- 16 school year. Those programs have been consolidated into the Richland School District Two Child Development Program. The child development office is located at 2621-A Clemson Road on […]

ERA Wilder Realty raises money for MDA

Members of ERA Wilder Realty recently kicked off their annual fundraising effort for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Each office is participating in the ERA MDA Summer Camp Challenge and handles planning an event or fundraiser to reach its goal of sending children to camp. “It is very gratifying and encouraging to see colleagues, local businesses and other members of […]

Price retires from Richland One after four decades of service

Shirley DeVeaux Price has been a staple in the office of the superintendent for 25 years and an employee at Richland School District One since 1967. She has served longer in the superintendent’s office than any executive assistant in the history of the district. She retires June 30, 2015. As the executive assistant to the superintendent, Price served under six […]

A.J. Lewis Greenview Elementary School student receives letter of recognition from U.S. Senator Tim Scott