Thursday Jul 3
Post and Courier
Exhibit tackles South Carolina's first fruit tree nursery
"This is really interesting!," the only other person in the McKissick Museum gallery exclaimed, likely as surprised as I was that the story of wealthy nineteenth-century horticulturists could be so compelling.
For the sheer love of Alpacas
This alpaca poses for the camera. Alpacas weigh between 100 and 200 pounds and are about 36 inches high at the withers, which is where the neck and sp... Big Girl is the family's guard dog, constantly checking with the alpacas to make sure everything is in order.
New plate design has ties to Newberry
Two local women refer to themselves as the brains behind a new business that might provide internships for students in Newberry.
How did Pomaria get its name?
Papers strewn across a barn floor led Maybinton historian and author Dr. James Everett "Jim" Kibler on a 30-year quest to discover the heritage and history of the Pomaria nursery, a renowned nursery focused on breeding plants to withstand the rigors of southern United States climate.