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District Five has the third highest SAT scores of any traditional school district in South Carolina. School District Fiv...
09/26/2020
District Five SAT scores, participation rate among the top in the state

District Five has the third highest SAT scores of any traditional school district in South Carolina. School District Five also leads the state in the percentage of students taking the examination, according to new data from the South Carolina Department of Education. Eighty-five percent of School District Five’s class of 2020 took the SAT, compared to around 56 percent statewide. The district’s composite score was 1060, which is higher than the state average of 1019 and the national average of 1030 for all students. [ 215 more words ]

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District Five has the third highest SAT scores of any traditional school district in South Carolina. School District Five also leads the state in the percentage of students taking the examination, …

When each of us answers the key question: “What’s in it for my child?’ we have to be honest with ourselves. Not all grad...
09/26/2020
“What’s in it for my child?’

When each of us answers the key question: “What’s in it for my child?’ we have to be honest with ourselves. Not all graduates will be able to do computer work. That has been borne out most painfully with the pandemic. There are many service industries where the stay at home model simply does not apply. For that reason and a myriad of others, we must pursue… [ 186 more words ]

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When each of us answers the key question: “What’s in it for my child?’ we have to be honest with ourselves. Not all graduates will be able to do computer work. That has been borne out mos…

Lexington-Richland School District Five is implementing guidelines for spectators at sporting events for the 2020-2021 s...
09/26/2020
District Five implementing new guidelines for spectators at sporting events

Lexington-Richland School District Five is implementing guidelines for spectators at sporting events for the 2020-2021 school year. School District Five will follow the South Carolina High School League’s (SCHSL) guidelines for spectators and venues to account for COVID-19. This comes as the league was approved to host events with at least 250 spectators or 50% capacity, according to the South Carolina Department of Commerce. [ 405 more words ]

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Lexington-Richland School District Five is implementing guidelines for spectators at sporting events for the 2020-2021 school year. School District Five will follow the South Carolina High School L…

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Martial artist and global expedition leader Tom Mullikin was unanimously appointedchairman of the...
09/26/2020
Mullikin named board chairman of Hall of Fame

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Martial artist and global expedition leader Tom Mullikin was unanimously appointedchairman of the board of directors of the South Carolina Black Belt Hall of Fame, inSept. 2020. He was unanimously selected for induction into the Hall of Fame in May2019. "We are thrilled to take our S.C. Black Belt Hall of Fame to the next level by appointing… [ 411 more words ]

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By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Martial artist and global expedition leader Tom Mullikin was unanimously appointedchairman of the board of directors of the South Carolina Black Belt Hall of Fame, inSept. 20…

Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on reports that the U.S. Marine Corps is considering a proposal ...
09/26/2020
WILSON STATEMENT ON POTENTIAL CLOSURE OF PARRIS ISLAND

Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on reports that the U.S. Marine Corps is considering a proposal to close Parris Island: “The news that the Marine Corps is considering closing the storied base at Parris Island, South Carolina, is alarming and disappointing, to say the least. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, is a treasure to the people of South Carolina and holds economic and military importance for our state and country. [ 105 more words ]

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Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on reports that the U.S. Marine Corps is considering a proposal to close Parris Island: “The news that the Marine Corps is considering …

By CT McDonald After a long wait and much debate, public high school football gets under way in South Carolina this week...
09/24/2020
Football kicks-off this week

By CT McDonald After a long wait and much debate, public high school football gets under way in South Carolina this week. Other fall sports teams and independent school football teams have been in action for a few weeks, and now it is time for the Friday Night Stadium Lights to be turned on and for the teams to hit the field in games that go on the record. [ 462 more words ]

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By CT McDonald After a long wait and much debate, public high school football gets under way in South Carolina this week. Other fall sports teams and independent school football teams have been in …

Irmo Police Chief Courtney Dennis on Wednesday announced that a subject whowas on home detention for trafficking methamp...
09/24/2020
Irmo Police seize gun and drugs

Irmo Police Chief Courtney Dennis on Wednesday announced that a subject whowas on home detention for trafficking methamphetamine from Spartanburg County wasarrested by the Irmo Police Department. Joseph Sinclair Cromer, 29, of Irmo, was arrested at his home in Friarsgate forTrafficking Cocaine, Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession of aFirearm by a convicted felon, Possession of a Weapon during a violent crime, and… [ 122 more words ]
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Irmo Police Chief Courtney Dennis on Wednesday announced that a subject whowas on home detention for trafficking methamphetamine from Spartanburg County wasarrested by the Irmo Police Department. J…

American Floral started with humble beginnings some 27 years ago when Scott Jones decided to get into the floral busines...
09/23/2020
American Floral earns recognition from the Town of Irmo

American Floral started with humble beginnings some 27 years ago when Scott Jones decided to get into the floral business from his garage. His parents helped him out by donating an old Lincoln Continental so that he would have a vehicle to deliver flowers in and Scott set out to work. Since then, Scott and American Floral have created unique designs and with their unequaled customer service, they have provided arrangements for more than 3000 weddings. [ 295 more words ]
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American Floral started with humble beginnings some 27 years ago when Scott Jones decided to get into the floral business from his garage. His parents helped him out by donating an old Lincoln Cont…

The Lexington-Richland District Five Teacher Forum group will host two D5 School Board Candidate Forums to provide an op...
09/22/2020
Lexington-Richland District Five Teacher Forum

The Lexington-Richland District Five Teacher Forum group will host two D5 School Board Candidate Forums to provide an opportunity to the public to understand school board candidate positions on matters that would impact the safety, group and prosperity of their family and community. “Teacher Forum is looking forward to serving our community through these events. It is so important that all members of our community have an opportunity to gather and learn together about the vision these men and women have that want to serve and lead our district,” said Ali Hendrick, Chair of the Lexington-Richland District Five Teacher Forum. [ 138 more words ]
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The Lexington-Richland District Five Teacher Forum group will host two D5 School Board Candidate Forums to provide an opportunity to the public to understand school board candidate positions on mat…

The Annual Wreaths Across America Ceremony scheduled for Saturday, December 19, 2020 has been cancelled due to the pande...
09/22/2020
Wreaths Across America Ceremony Canceled

The Annual Wreaths Across America Ceremony scheduled for Saturday, December 19, 2020 has been cancelled due to the pandemic. With the very limited number of persons allowed on the cemetery grounds at any one time, the ceremony has been canceled and will not be rescheduled for 2020. HOWEVER, the sponsorships and placement of the wreaths will go forward. The public will not be able to place the wreaths this year, but the cemetery will take the responsibility of seeing that they are placed during the week of December 14, 2020 through December 18, 2020 so all wreaths will be in place for NATIONAL WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA DAY December 19, 2020 to Remember the Veterans who are buried there, Honor the Veterans who have and are serving our country and to Teach others what it means to serve Our Country. [ 30 more words ]
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The Annual Wreaths Across America Ceremony scheduled for Saturday, December 19, 2020 has been cancelled due to the pandemic. With the very limited number of persons allowed on the cemetery grounds …

The General Assembly was back in session this week primarily to pass important absentee voting measures and to allocate ...
09/21/2020
Statehouse Report: Sept. 24

The General Assembly was back in session this week primarily to pass important absentee voting measures and to allocate the remaining federal coronavirus aid funds. I’ll quickly recap our actions below. Allowing All South Carolinians to Vote Absentee We acted quickly this week to pass safety measures that give all South Carolinians the right to vote absentee in the upcoming general election (H. [ 671 more words ]
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The General Assembly was back in session this week primarily to pass important absentee voting measures and to allocate the remaining federal coronavirus aid funds. I’ll quickly recap our actions b…

I was told recently by a parent that I have no stake in Lexington Richland District 5 because I have no child in the dis...
09/21/2020
Yes I Have a Stake in this School District

I was told recently by a parent that I have no stake in Lexington Richland District 5 because I have no child in the district system, nor am I a teacher. For those like me, and for those unlike me, let’s clarify who is a stakeholder in District 5. A stakeholder is someone who brought up children in this district, however long ago. [ 397 more words ]
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I was told recently by a parent that I have no stake in Lexington Richland District 5 because I have no child in the district system, nor am I a teacher. For those like me, and for those unlike me,…

Seven students from Lexington-Richland School District Five have been announced as semifinalists in the National Merit S...
09/19/2020
District Five students named National Merit semifinalists

Seven students from Lexington-Richland School District Five have been announced as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. The academically talented high school students from School District Five are represented in the nationwide pool of semifinalists which represents less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors. “I am proud of this academic accomplishment of these National Merit Scholars as they represent the high-quality students that we have here in School District Five,” said Chief Instructional Officer Michael Guliano. [ 241 more words ]
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Seven students from Lexington-Richland School District Five have been announced as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. The academically talented high school students from Schoo…

Columbia native and Richland Northeast High School graduate Tykena Lindsey is serving aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76),...
09/19/2020
Tykena Lindsey serves aboard USS Ronald Reagan

Columbia native and Richland Northeast High School graduate Tykena Lindsey is serving aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), which is continuing to conduct operations in the Indo-Pacific region. Lindsey is an aviation boatswain’s mate (handling) airman and maintains the movement and preparation of aircraft on the ship. “I feel great about the operation and being a part of this movement,” said Lindsey. [ 193 more words ]
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Columbia native and Richland Northeast High School graduate Tykena Lindsey is serving aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), which is continuing to conduct operations in the Indo-Pacific region. Lindse…

The SOUTH CAROLINA SEVEN (SC7) expedition led by S.C. Floodwater CommissionChairman Tom Mullikin passed through the Midl...
09/19/2020
Five of the SC7

The SOUTH CAROLINA SEVEN (SC7) expedition led by S.C. Floodwater CommissionChairman Tom Mullikin passed through the Midlands last week during their month-long,500-mile, 90 to 100-plus degree heat trek from the mountains (in the Upstate of S.C.) tothe sea (in the Lowcountry). This picture was taken Wed., July 15, at the Heise PondAlpine Lodge where SC7 participants stopped for lunch, a “fireside chat,” and an awards… [ 133 more words ]
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The SOUTH CAROLINA SEVEN (SC7) expedition led by S.C. Floodwater CommissionChairman Tom Mullikin passed through the Midlands last week during their month-long,500-mile, 90 to 100-plus degree heat t…

On November 3rd there is an opportunity for the voters of Lexington/Richland School District 5 to make real change. Let ...
09/19/2020
D5 School Board Needs to Change

On November 3rd there is an opportunity for the voters of Lexington/Richland School District 5 to make real change. Let me share with you the reasons I stand for change. Jan Hammond I am disappointed and dismayed at decisions that are made without the approval of the entire board. We are elected to be the voice of the people and we should all be treated with respect and dignity. [ 322 more words ]
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On November 3rd there is an opportunity for the voters of Lexington/Richland School District 5 to make real change. Let me share with you the reasons I stand for change.   Jan Hammon…

Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands will honor six Columbia-area women at its annual Women of Distinct...
09/18/2020
Six to be honored as Women of Distinction

Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands will honor six Columbia-area women at its annual Women of Distinction Awards Celebration September 24 drive-in movie style. In March, COVID-19 delayed the celebration. The event will be a safe, socially distanced way to recognize these them. If you’ve been wanting to get out, but stay safe, jump in the car and meet at 3401 Trenholm Road, Columbia. [ 1,329 more word ]
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Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands will honor six Columbia-area women at its annual Women of Distinction Awards Celebration September 24 drive-in movie style. In March, COV…

During these uncertain times, the school dilemma is of great concern to many parents, teachers and students. Virtual lea...
09/18/2020
Support our teachers

During these uncertain times, the school dilemma is of great concern to many parents, teachers and students. Virtual learning presents difficulties for almost everyone. But attendance inside the school buildings is equally problematic due to fears about illness from the virus. We all feel for families trying to juggle jobs, child care, technology, homework, social isolation and not knowing what the future holds. [ 332 more words ]
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During these uncertain times, the school dilemma is of great concern to many parents, teachers and students. Virtual learning presents difficulties for almost everyone. But attendance inside the sc…

Congressman Joe Wilson Op-Ed September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. As a father of achildhood cancer survivor, I...
09/18/2020
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Congressman Joe Wilson Op-Ed September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. As a father of achildhood cancer survivor, I know first-hand the hardships and sadnesssurrounding a family affected by cancer. This is one of the reasons Ihave worked in Congress for those affected by this terrible disease. I voted in favor of the 21st Century Cures Act which passed… [ 202 more words ]
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Congressman Joe Wilson Op-Ed September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. As a father of achildhood cancer survivor, I know first-hand the hardships and sadnesssurrounding a family affected by ca…

Piney Woods Elementary, Lexington-Richland School District Five’s 13th elementary school, is currently asking the commun...
09/18/2020
Piney Woods Elementary School asking for input on new mascot

Piney Woods Elementary, Lexington-Richland School District Five’s 13th elementary school, is currently asking the community for input to help decide their school mascot. Three options are available to choose from: the Purple Martins, the Bears or the Ospreys. To cast your vote, visit “We are excited to share this opportunity to determine our school’s mascot with the Chapin community and School District Five family,” said Piney Woods principal Cassy Paschal. [ 150 more words ]
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Piney Woods Elementary, Lexington-Richland School District Five’s 13th elementary school, is currently asking the community for input to help decide their school mascot. Three options are ava…

Lexington County deputies have arrested a Pelion man accused of murder in connection to a shooting death last month. Wil...
09/18/2020
Pelion man charged with murder

Lexington County deputies have arrested a Pelion man accused of murder in connection to a shooting death last month. William David House, 33, is charged with murder, according to an arrest warrant. The victim has not been positively identified, according to Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher. “Detectives have determined House and the victim were fighting in front of a Pelion Road home when House shot the man in what he describes as self-defense,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. [ 150 more words ]
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Lexington County deputies have arrested a Pelion man accused of murder in connection to a shooting death last month.William David House, 33, is charged with murder, according to an arrest warrant.T…

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LOCKDOWN TO END THIS WEDNESDAY 12TH AUGUST AND SCHOOLS AND PMVS TO RESUME IN NEW NORMAL: PM MARAPE MEDIA STATEMENT | 11 AUGUST 2020 ▪ The world has hit the 20 million mark in confirmed cases and 733,361 deaths ▪ Today marks DAY 55 of the ‘Niupla Pasin’ or New Normal for Papua New Guinea. ▪ It is also 140 days since the State of Emergency (SoE) was declared. ▪ To date, there have been a total of 214 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 3 deaths, 73 have been discharged and 140 active cases. ▪ There are NO severe cases that have been reported in the past 24 hours. Papua New Guinea in the past 24 days have confirmed 202 cases out of 2,691 tests. CASE UPDATES ➢ 26 cases as of Sunday 9th August 2020: 24 cases from NCD ▪ 11 from Wanigela ▪ 1 from Pari ▪ 12 from POM ▪ All have been tested positive on PCR 1 case from Lae ▪ Imported case ▪ 53-year-old female ▪ CIS Officer ▪ Had travel history to Australia and China ▪ Arrived in PNG on 17 July ▪ Tested positive on PCR 1 case from Lihir ▪ 30-year-old male, who flew in from POM on 30th July 2020 ▪ Newcrest employee ▪ From Central Province ▪ He was isolated at the mine and tested in accordance with testing protocol ▪ Tested positive on GeneXpert ➢ 25 CASE ON FRIDAY 7th AUGUST 2020 24 cases from NCD ▪ All tested positive on PCR 1 case from ARoB ▪ 22-year-old male student who travelled to Buka from Pom on 29 July ▪ He swabbed as routine travel protocol ▪ Tested positive on PCR on 7th August 2020 ▪ Remains Asymptomatic ▪ Patient travelled to Buka on the 29th July. ▪ Patient has gone into hiding due to fear of stigma and discrimination. PM Marape added, “I once again call all citizens of PNG to refrain from stigmatizing and discrimination persons tested positive on COVID-19. We need to be all in this together to tackle this global pandemic.” “As of today, we have 193 confirmed cases in NCD, 10 in Western Province, 4 in Morobe, 1 in West Sepik, 1 in ARoB, 1 in New Ireland, 1 in Southern Highlands, 1 in Eastern Highlands and 2 in East New Britain.” He added that isolation and contact tracing of the confirmed cases in the recently announced provinces of Western, Morobe, West Sepik, ARoB, New Ireland, Southern Highlands and NCD are continuing. NIUPELA PASIN/NEW NORMAL PM Marape further said that he has taken scientific advise and it is decided that for PNG, we must adapt to living with COVID-19 under the New Normal, or Niupela Pasin. It is understood that the current lockdown is expected to end this Wednesday the 12th of August 2020 as we learn to adapt to living with COVID-19. “ALL schools from elementary to tertiary level are to resume classes as of Monday the 17th of August 2020.” “School administrators and teachers have been tasked to ensure that classes nationwide continue to run in a COVID sensitive manner.” Schools ▪ School must open by 13th August but we will give them this Thursday & Friday to get sorted and normal lessons resume next Monday 17th August 2020. ▪ School to adopt New Normal or Niupela Pasin ▪ Classes to be broken up in days for various grades ▪ Mandatory mask wearing for students and teachers Public Transportation ▪ Buses to implement Niupela Pasin ▪ Buses must resume by 12 August ▪ Buses to implement 1.5m physical or safe distancing ▪ Busfares can increase to K1.50 to make up for their losses and also to provide for hand sanitizers for their passengers ▪ Buses to have sanitizers ▪ Army and Police to man bus stops Markets ▪ Must implement Niupela Pasin ▪ Must remain open ▪ Maintain physical distancing ▪ Vendor to practice social distancing ▪ Face mask to be worn at the markers ▪ No loitering Public Gathering ▪ Must implement Niupela Pasin ▪ No more than 15 people in public areas except for markets and shops Meanwhile, the PM further called on Papua New Guineans to adhere to and continue to practice covid-19 sensitive practices as we continue life in the New Normal or Niupela Pasin.
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Health Education Consultants, Inc. will be having a 5K Family Fun Run/Walk fundraiser at Dreher Island State Park on the morning of October 12, 2019 starting at 9am. The cost is $25.00 for adults, $10.00 for children ages 7 to 12 and kids under seven are free. All proceeds go to patient education in South Carolina’s Free Health Clinics. To register for the race, please go to www.healthypeoplesc.com and click on the 5K Race link! Donations are accepted at this website also under the same link!
Health Education Consultants, Inc. will be having a 5K Family Fun Run/Walk fundraiser at Dreher Island State Park on the morning of October 12, 2019 starting at 9am. The cost is $25.00 for adults, $10.00 for children ages 7 to 12 and kids under seven are free. All proceeds go to patient education in South Carolina’s Free Health Clinics. To register for the race, please go to www.healthypeoplesc.com and click on the 5K Race link! Donations are accepted at this website also under the same link!
Restaurant liquidation auction this Friday - open to the public!
Waiting for our newspapers to be delivered, looking forward to seeing the add we paid for
Chapin Residents Tracey and Dan Baxa opens Dream vactions Franchise. Tbaxa.dreamvacations.com
The 2019 Annual Lexington Health and Safety Fair will be held Saturday March 2 from 9a-1p at the Rosenwald Community Learning Center, 420 Hendrix Street, Lexington, SC 29072. There will be something for everyone of every age! Come Join the Fun! FREE screenings, entertainment and food! The screenings including vision, hearing, vascular, cholesterol, dental, skin cancer, diabetes, prostate cancer, osteoporosis, and blood pressure. Register for diabetes and prostate cancer screening by calling 803-359-9501 ext 112. The fair is sponsored by Lake Murray Baptist, New Bethel AME, Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist, St Paul Missionary Baptist, Mt Olive CME and Lexington Presbyterian Churches.
Health Education Consultants, Inc. will be having a 5K Family Fun Run/Walk fundraiser at Dreher Island State Park on the morning of October 27, 2018 starting at 8am. The cost is $25.00 for adults, $10.00 for children and kids under seven years of age are free. All proceeds go to patient education in South Carolina’s Free Health Clinics. To register for the race, please go to www.healthypeoplesc.com and click on the 5K Race link! Donations are accepted at this website also under the same link!
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Our paddleboat floated away. If anyone locates it, please call me at 803-600-1119 (8-5) or 564-5523 after 5 pm/ Thanks
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