A Sage Choice

“Sage properly prepared will retard that rapid progress of decay that treads upon…
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Yuletides of Yesteryear

If the spirit of Christmas embraces things such as love of family, togetherness,…
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Et Cetera: Christmas Trends by Decade

Each decade comes with its own delightful holiday trends. Looking back over the…
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A Sense of Spice

For most children, the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas are filled with the aromas of sweet spices, baking…
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Lake Murray Splendor

Lying at the end of a 750-foot-long winding drive created from handlaid cobblestone pavers and shaded by crepe…
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Centenarian Maj. Gen. Thomas Rew

Joined by two of his three sons in the sunroom of the home…
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Courageous Survival

“He has made a marvelous fight in this world, in all ages and…
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For Such a Time as This

Growing up in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Stacy Hollingsworth didn’t set out to change life’s…
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Making it All Better

Despite being around the University of South Carolina football program for 14 years, Clint Haggard jokes that he couldn’t tell you which jersey number belongs to which player. What he can do is tell you…
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New Leadership

For the first time in 12 years, Columbia has a new man at the helm. Walking into our…
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The Assurance of Insurance

Buying insurance is like buying tires for your car or a new roof for your house – unquestionably…
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Ode to Oregano

Oregano is a shrub-like herb that grows upright or in a creeping manner,…
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The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer

I am willing to debate on many topics. Should you put up a…
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Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

While the words are contained in one of those “unforgettable” Christmas tunes by…
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