K. Cannon

Catawba Pottery Tradition Withstands the Test of Time

July 20, 2017 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by K. Cannon
Catawba Potter Keith "Little Bear" Brown creates pottery.

“Catawba Pottery is the oldest Native pottery tradition east of the Mississippi River that’s been produced continuously throughout time,” Catawba Potter Keith “Little Bear” Brown explains. Catawba Pottery used to have solely utilitarian uses but is now modernly created as...

BMX Media Showdown

June 28, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
Novant Health Supercross Track

The sun beat down on the Novant Health BMX Supercross Track in Rock Hill, South Carolina, as media professionals from the area congregated at the registration booth. After they registered with The City of Rock Hill , they received one-day USA BMX licenses, got fitted for a...

Groundbreaking Historical Marker Installed in York, SC

June 9, 2017 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by K. Cannon
Liberian Migration Marker in York, SC

Allison Creek Presbyterian Church in York County, South Carolina , has a history that not many people know about. Allison Creek Presbyterian Church Pastor, Sam McGregor , explains, “It’s the greatest story of African American liberation that’s never been told…that centered...

Behind the Scenes of “Liberty or Death - The Revolutionary War in the Carolinas”

May 22, 2017 - Posted in Behind the Scenes by K. Cannon
Historic Brattonsville Reenactment in McConnells, SC.

This past weekend, passionate Revolutionary War Reenactors set up camp in McConnells, South Carolina, despite the certainty of sweltering temperatures and cloudless skies. They came for “Liberty or Death - The Revolutionary War in the Carolinas”, which is a national...

Chester County Farm Raises All-Natural Products

May 15, 2017 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by K. Cannon
Thames Farm in Fort Lawn, SC.

“I love meeting people of the community and having them come back and tell me, ‘I loved your pork chops, I love your sausages…we get so satisfied when we eat it, your chicken seems to go further than what I get from the grocery store…I love your eggs, my cakes are better.’...

Clemson Engineering Students Improve Healthcare-Related Companies

May 1, 2017 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by K. Cannon
Clemson Students with Shea Tolbert, General Family and Cosmetic Dentist at Family Dental Health.

Each year, students in the Industrial Engineering program at Clemson University complete senior projects. These projects culminate their four years at the university and allow them to use their education to benefit businesses in the area. This year, a few students had the...

Come See Me Festival 2017

April 28, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
Arts and Craft Project at Come See Me

The Come See Me Festival in Rock Hill, South Carolina, has been around for more than 50 years. It is described as the annual “salute to spring,” with nearly 80 events and activities. The festival consists of music concerts, tailgates, a Barbecue Cook-off, tours, car shows,...

PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs | Interview with Artificial Intelligence Expert

April 21, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
Legacy Charter Students Interviewing Artificial Intelligence Expert

What is artificial intelligence? That is a question that high school students from Greenville, South Carolina wanted to find out the answer to. Inspired by a prompt provided by PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs, they began their research. They read books and conducted...

U.S. Congressional District 5 Special Election

March 31, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
U.S Congressional District 5

Since U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney was appointed to be the White House Budget Director, South Carolina's District 5 will be voting for a new representative in Congress. In an effort to inform the District 5 voters about the candidates running, South Carolina ETV has invited...

Kulma, David | U.S. Congressional District 5 Candidate

March 20, 2017 - Posted in ETV by K. Cannon
David Kulma, U.S. Congressional District 5 Candidate.

David Kulma is a resident of Rock Hill, SC and an adjunct teacher in the music Department at Winthrop University. He went to Kent State University, where he received two music degrees. He is a candidate for the Green Party.

Parnell, Archie | U.S. Congressional District 5 Candidate

March 20, 2017 - Posted in ETV by K. Cannon
Candidate for U.S Congress, Archie Parnell

South Carolina native Archie Parnell is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, where he earned both his bachelor's and law degrees. He has worked as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, served on the staff of the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means,...

Bledsoe, Bill | U.S. Congressional District 5 Candidate

March 20, 2017 - Posted in ETV by K. Cannon
Bill Bledsoe, Constitution and Libertarian Candidate for Congress

Bill Bledsoe is a veterinarian who lives in Chesnee, South Carolina. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida. He is a candidate for both the Constitution and Libertarian parties. Watch more speeches on ETV Election Central .

ETV Carolinas Hosts Science Bowl

March 15, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
Pictures from 2017 Science Bowl

The sound of buzzers fills ETV Carolinas’ Studio. Elementary school children anxiously chat amongst themselves, trying to decide on a correct answer, before having their team captain say it out loud. This is because, as Science Instructional Specialist of Rock Hill Schools...

All-Natural SC Farm | Slow-Roasted Pork Recipe

March 7, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
Pictures of Thames Farm in Fort Lawn, SC.

Thames Farm in Fort Lawn, South Carolina, raises all-natural pastured meats for those in Chester County and surrounding areas. “All-natural” means they don’t include additional hormones or unnecessary antibiotics in their meats. The idea for this all-natural farm came about...

PBS Student Reporting Labs: ETV’s DSLR Workshop

March 3, 2017 - Posted in ETV Regionals by K. Cannon
Legacy Charter Students Using a DSLR

High school students bustled around their DSLR cameras, taking turns looking through the preview monitors and wondering out-loud questions like, “Why does it look so dark?” and “So, do I adjust the ISO or aperture first?” With hands-on experience, along with the suggestions...

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