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Kale Salad with Eggs, Sweet Potatoes and Honey-Tahini Dressing

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Gayle G. Williford

Clemson Extension Food Safety & Nutrition Agent Gayle G. Williford visited us at "Making It Grow" and showed us how to make a Kale Salad with Kale Salad, Sweet Potatoes and Clemson Extension.

Here are the directions:

Tahini Dressing 2 teaspoons tahini ( sesame seed paste ) 4 teaspoons apple cider vinegar 1 teaspoon honey Salt and pepper to taste 1 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil ½ clove garlic, smashed Whisk together tahini,...

Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant Enters South Carolina Governor's Race

From: This Week in South Carolina

Gavin Jackson

Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant Enters South Carolina Governor's Race

ANDERSON -- Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant officially entered the 2018 South Carolina gubernatorial race alongside his family on Friday, touting his conservative record and a need to restore integrity in the state capital.

Bryant is running on the fiscal and moral conservative record he honed during 12 years as a state senator, reflecting the values of the heavily Republican Upstate region from which he hails.

“I’m not running to the right—I am the...

John R. Heller

From: SC Hall of Fame

John Heller

John Roderick Heller was born in Fair Play, South Carolina. He was a graduate of Clemson College and Emory University Medical School. In 1943, Dr. Heller was appointed chief of the U.S. Public Health Service’s venereal disease division. In 1948, he was named Director of the National Cancer Institute. In 1960, he became President and CEO of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

2017 Constitution Day James Otis Lecture: September 15 at 1:00 p.m.

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Photo of James Otis Lecture

The South Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SC ABOTA) presents the Ninth Annual James Otis Lecture Series in observance of National Constitution Day. The topic for the 2017 James Otis Lecture is the “Separation of Powers and the Judges’ Role in our Constitutional System.”

The Events of Oconee County

From: ETV Shorts

Tabitha Safdi

Oconee County Events

Nestled in the corner of the state, Oconee County has year-round events to showcase the culture, talent and heritage of the area.

* Video provided by GBA Productions.

EPA Administrator Meets With SC Farmers, Industry Over Water Rule

From: This Week in South Carolina

Gavin Jackson

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt meets with South Carolina elected officials and farmers on July 24, 2017.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt held a roundtable meeting Monday with several elected officials, agriculture and utility representatives in Orangeburg County on a federal rule regulating waterways.

Pruitt was seeking input on redefining the Obama-era Waters of the United States rule that protects drinking water supplies. However, Pruitt and others said the rule too broadly regulates waterways, hurting farmers and industry.

“I think it’s right to do what they did, as far...

Rose Cross-Pollination

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Amanda McNulty and Jonathan Windham

Clemson Extension's Jonathan Windham show fellow agent and Host of "Making It Grow" how to cross-pollinate roses to create unique hybrids!

ETV StreamlineSC Collection – Links to Series & Programs

From: Education

Mimi Brown

Screen shot of Knowitall Collections page

ETV has provided a wealth of free digital media content to SC schools through the StreamlineSC service for over a dozen years. StreamlineSC has gone through upgrades and changes along the way and the Learn360 national resources available over the last several years as the content base in StreamlineSC will no longer be offered as of August 31, 2017. South Carolina educators and students will retain access to quality, FREE multimedia resources in Knowitall.org “StreamlineSC...

How to Cross-Pollinate Roses!

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

a pink rose

Clemson Extension Agent Jonathan Windham shows us how to cross-pollinate roses to create your very own hybrids with a process that takes about 10 steps and only a few minutes!

1. Select one plant to be the mother and one plant to be the father.

2. Collect anthers from the father plant and dry overnight to release pollen grains.

3. Select a flower bud on the mother plant. The sepals should be...

Be Prepared … NEW ETV Services Coming in August!

From: Education

Dean Byrd

ETV Education logo

SC educators will retain access to FREE resources in Knowitall.org “StreamlineSC Collection” and national content in South Carolina’s PBS LearningMedia. Even though the Learn360 content base provided for the last few years in ETV’s StreamlineSC will be ending August 31, 2017 due to funding decreases and new services for the 2017-18 school year, SC Teachers will continue to have access to free multimedia!

Gas Tax Increase Already Funding 200 Miles of Pavements

From: This Week in South Carolina

Gavin Jackson

Statewide improvement projects across the state according to the S.C. Department of Transportation

More than 200 miles of roadways are set to be repaved across the state due to the gas tax increase lawmakers approved in May.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation announced Thursday that $26.5 million worth of projects are moving forward. SCDOT Secretary Christy Hall said that without the passage of the bill—which annually increases the gas tax by two cents a gallon of gas for six years—these projects would not happen.

“SCDOT...

Catawba Pottery Tradition Withstands the Test of Time

From: Palmetto Scene

Kaitlyn 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 artwork. Catawba Potters have been collecting their clay from along the Catawba River banks in South Carolina for several generations. Brown says, “We still go to a location that I know that my great,...

Gen William Moultrie

From: SC Hall of Fame

Gen Moultrie

Born in Charleston, South Carolina, William Moultrie (1785-1787) is known for his leadership during the American Revolutionary War. He defended the city of Charleston from British attack in 1776, and Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island was named for him. He contributed the element of the crescent moon to the South Carolina State Flag. Moultrie also served as 35th Governor of South Carolina.

Voting Data Remains Secure, SC Election Commission

From: This Week in South Carolina

Gavin Jackson

S.C. Election Commission meeting on July 19, 2017.

South Carolina Election Commission Director Marci Andino told commissioners at their monthly meeting Wednesday that reports of 150,000 attempts to access the state voter database last November was overblown.

“Those were not Russian hackers attempting to get access to the system,” Andino said. “The hits come from various different sources and a lot of that could be bots or just bad traffic, so we wanted to make it clear that that was not attempts...

South Carolina Department of Education Provides Helpful Resources for Total Solar Eclipse

From: Education

Bette Jamison

United States map showing the path of the 2017 total solar eclipse.

Although total solar eclipses are not uncommon, the solar eclipse occurring August 21, 2017 is the first total solar eclipse to be visible in the contiguous United States in nearly 100 years. The 2017 total solar eclipse is the first to be observable from anywhere in the United States in 38 years.

This is a unique opportunity for educators. The South Carolina Department of Education has compiled resources on general knowledge and safety concerning...

School’s Out, School’s In (for YOU!)

From: Education

Kathy Finger

image of woman waking up

Teachers, woohoo, school’s out - time to sleep in! And maybe to cut back on coffee... But it’s not time to cut back on learning, and this summer you’re the student! Get going with a quick self-paced course and then deep-dive into a six-week facilitated course for credit. PBS TeacherLine offers several options to choose from so you can enjoy your summer AND be ready to take your teaching to the next level this fall!...

Williamsburg Historical Museum

From: ETV Shorts

Tabitha Safdi

Williamsburg Historical Museum

Located in downtown Kingstree, the Williamsburg Historical Museum offers guests a chance to see antique china, early maps and even a dug-canoe. The museum also has the County Record newspaper on microfilm from 1897-1975.

New Law Consolidates SC Victim Services

From: This Week in South Carolina

Gavin Jackson

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announces the consolidation of victim services agencies into his office on Friday.

South Carolina continues to build upon its mission to reduce criminal domestic violence with a new law that consolidates several victim services agencies under the attorney general's office.

"This is the most consequential victims’ advocacy reform since the victims’ bill of rights was passed over two decades ago,” Attorney General Alan Wilson said. “I think it’s going to set the stage for a new era in how we work with, how we protect, and...

Critical Access Hospital Serves Crisis Patients Faster with Technology

From: Telehealth

Taylor Crouch

Abbeville Area Medical Center uses telehealth to improve access to care for behavioral health patients.

Abbeville Area Medical Center is remotely located, over an hour from two larger South Carolina hubs, Greenville and Columbia. Inside the hospital, there are less than 25 beds. Remote access and quantity of beds quailify Abbeville Area Medical Center as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), making it one of five in South Carolina.

Even though this hospital provides emergent care 24/7, it is unfeasible to staff certain specialists full-time for services that are seldom...

Explore Current Events Through The Lens of Science with NOVA

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Image from NOVA Predicting How Proteins Fold

For the past few months, NOVA has been expanding our coverage to give you our take on current events and news through the lens of science. We have been publishing timely news videos, like a primer on preexisting conditions (and what they mean to medical doctors), and other content that reflects the pulse of the conversations happening on the internet.

We’re excited to introduce The Lens , a special weekly newsletter that we’re launching...

S.C. Ports Notch Record Year

From: This Week in South Carolina

Gavin Jackson

The Port of Charleston

The South Carolina Ports Authority saw a 10 percent increase in container traffic move through its terminals this past fiscal year.

The SCPA reported it moved a record 2.14 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs) over the year, which ended with a strong, record finish in June.

“We had a very strong fiscal year, reflective of a capable and hard-working SCPA team and entire maritime community,” Jim Newsome, SCPA president and CEO, said. “Such...

Peter Horry

From: SC Hall of Fame

Peter Horry

Peter Horry (1743-1815) was a planter from Georgetown County, South Carolina, who became a politician and leader during the American Revolutionary War. He served at the Battle of Fort Moultrie in 1776 and fought alongside Gen. Francis Marion later in the war. Horry is buried In the churchyard of Trinity Episcopal Church in Columbia.

News from PBS Education and PBS LearningMedia!

From: Education

Bette Jamison

PBS LearningMedia Ready To Learn image

Now Live: Ready To Learn Portal in PBS LearningMedia Since 1995, CPB, PBS, and local member stations have worked in partnership through the Ready To Learn (RTL) initiative to develop evidence-based educational TV programs and activities. These resources and accompanying outreach efforts have focused on supporting teachers, parents, and caregivers as they work with young learners to build early science and literacy skills.

Now, visitors to PBS LearningMedia can access the activities, video...

Get Ready for the Total Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Total Solar Eclipse in South Carolina

For the first time in nearly 100 years, on August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the entire United States, from Oregon to South Carolina, and our state will serve as the exit state for this natural phenomenon. A total solar eclipse is when the Sun is covered entirely by the Moon, the sky deeply darkens, the temperature cools, and the Sun’s corona becomes visible. To find out the exact time of...

Strom Thurmond Lake

From: ETV Shorts

Tabitha Safdi

Strom Thurmond Lake

Thurmond Lake is the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi and is one of the southeast's largest and most popular public recreation lakes. Each year, millions of people visit the lake making it more visited than the Grand Canyon!

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