A 26-year-old Foreston woman died early Friday morning in a one-vehicle wreck on Liberty Church Road less than a mile from Foreston.
Johanna Maria Hatter was driving a 4-door 2004 Chevrolet Impala east on Liberty Church Road around 12:30 a.m. when she ran off the left side of the road, overcorrected and ran off the right side of the road where her vehicle struck a tree, said Sgt. Bob Beres of the South Carolina Highway Patrol.
A Manning man, Joseph Keith Wallace, will be honored for giving the “gift of life” to four organ recipients and several other tissue recipients.
LifePoint, along with Donate Life South Carolina, will honor Keith by representing him with a “floragraph,” an artistic floral portrait, on the 2014 Donate Life Rose Parade float that is the med “Light Up the World.”
Of no surprise to local fishermen, lakes Marion and Moultrie are overwhelmed with a super-abundance of cormorants. The great quantity of fish these forage fish-eating birds consume has apparently caused some significant problems with the forage base in the lake.
Good fishing continues for anglers on both lakes Marion and Moultrie, specifically those targeting largemouth bass and stripers. Despite the really cold weather this early in the fall/winter season, anglers are still making good catches on both species.
Weather or not, good fishing continues for anglers on both lakes Marion and Moultrie. The recent bursts of really cold weather may actually help the catfishing later on, but for now, the striper fishing and catching is outstanding, at least in terms of numbers of fish caught. And even the number of keeper-sized fish is on the upswing.
A 27-year-old New Zion man told deputies that someone stole a 50-inch television, valued at $2,500 and a 37-inch television valued at $1,000 from his home on Salem Road between 6:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sept. 5.