Wine & Dine

Wine Pairing with Local Friends

By: Gay McLeskey For the first article, I chose Zinfandel. For the most part, people immediately think of the sweet and white Zinfandel. Let me tell you a story how […]

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Getting Schooled

Learning Never Ends

By: Jay Wright What? You’ve lived in Anderson County this long and never heard of the Foothills Writers Guild? Holy smoke, we’ve been a part of the greater Anderson arts […]

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Anderson – The New Hollywood?

By: Tandy Wickiser The first week of March, expect to see film crews downtown, at Anderson School of Technology and local stores such as Quality Foods. The short film Kinship, […]

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Body & Mind

Prom Trends 2023: Hair and Makeup

By: Emily Thompson Why Is Prom Such a Big Deal? Prom is an end-of-the-year formal dance that is held at most high schools for both the Junior and Senior classes. […]

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Newest News

Foothills Alliance is Becoming First Light 

For over 30 years, it has been Foothills Alliance’s privilege to educate, advocate for, and heal survivors of sexual assault and child abuse in Anderson and Oconee Counties. Now, they […]

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Biz Beat

Building Community and Kindness Through Small Business

By: Leanne Cobb In the second part of our Small Business Series, we’ll get to know four new businesses that are working hard to build community and kindness in Anderson. […]

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People to Watch

Stephanie Moorhead

By: Leanne Cobb Turning your Friday night hobby into a full time career would be a dream for most, but Stephanie Moorhead turned it into a dream come true. Growing […]

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Body & Mind

Great Places to Get Out and Enjoy The Spring

By: Emily Thompson Get Out There! After this drawn-out Winter season, it is important to get out there and enjoy this new-found Spring. With the temperature on the rise and […]

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Poet's Nook

Twittering by Coe Camak

By: Jay WrightFoothills Writers Guild This millennium began with Coe Camak as our president. Over the years she served our guild, she won eleven first place prizes in our spring […]

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Furry Friends

Help Rescues Get Lucky

By: Kym Mirabella Anderson County PAWS is at full capacity, according to Kim Sanders, director and veterinarian at Anderson County PAWS. Sanders was recently interviewed on WYFF by Jennifer Ready, […]

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