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Freezing Rain, Snow Hits Parts of S.C. as Winter Storm Sweeps In

From: Palmetto Scene

Tabitha Safdi

Freezing Rain

The National Weather Service is calling for hazardous winter weather in the parts of the Upstate beginning Friday morning with freezing rain and sleet, gradually changing to snow on Friday night and Saturday morning.

In the Upstate, officials say travel conditions might become treacherous Friday morning and continue throughout the weekend. Highway Patrol in the affected areas are urging drivers to stay off the roads, unless it is absolutely necessary.

SCEMD has...

Dangerous Winter Storm Forecast for South Carolina

From: Palmetto Scene

Tabitha Safdi

Ice

The South Carolina Emergency Management Division asks residents to prepare themselves and their homes for winter weather. The National Weather Service predicts freezing rain and ice accumulations in the Upstate and northern Midlands lasting into Saturday. State and local agencies are putting emergency plans in place for winter weather and urge everyone in South Carolina to consider preparations to keep your home, community, family, vehicles and pets safe.

Residents should prepare for the possibility...

Mepkin Abbey

From: ETV Shorts

Tabitha Safdi

Mepkin Abbey

Mepkin Abbey is a Trappist Monastery located on the Cooper River in Berkeley County. It's a community of Roman Catholic monks established in 1949. The monks at Mepkin Abbey devote their lives to prayer, spiritual study, work and hospitality.

S.C. And N.C. Public TV Networks Partner for New Film Series

From: ETV

Glenn Rawls

multiple Reel South screenshots

The Carolinas’ two statewide public television networks, South Carolina ETV and UNC-TV have partnered with the Southern Documentary Fund to create an exciting new TV showcase for independently produced documentary films about the American South. The series will air for five weeks on ETV Thursday nights beginning January 28.

Reel South is an anthology series highlighting the best non-fiction storytelling from the region. Distributed to public television stations nationwide, the series will bring...

PBS LearningMedia Resources Enhance Lessons in Environmental Science

From: Education

Bette Jamison

PBS LearningMedia

This week’s PBS LearningMedia resources support the Nature Cat special on PBS (1/18) and enhance lessons in biology and environmental science.

Vanishing Island

Climate change drastically impacts coastal areas, the effects of which include rising sea levels, stronger storms, and coastal erosion. In the last half century, 90 percent of the once lush Isle de Jean Charles off of the Louisiana coast has been swallowed up by water – it is now...

Natural History with Rudy Mancke (20 and 60 Renewal Credit Courses)

From: Education

Rudy Mancke

RETURN TO ETV TEACHER RECERTIFICATION

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Making Connections with Natural History Featuring Rudy Mancke, Series I

~8 week session Recertification: 20 Renewal Credits Cost: $75.00

Making Connections with Natural History Featuring Rudy Mancke, Series I is a new ETV Teacher Recertification online course offered for 20 renewal credits and designed for...

Welcome to Our Updated Website

From: ETV

Glenn Rawls

ETV News Update

Welcome to our updated site, a part of our work to refresh ETV and the ETV brand. Our logos have been updated to a more modern look. You’ll note the ETV Endowment has also had a bit of a polish as well.

Along the way, we’ve had a chance to talk with many in our audience about our services. One change is that, based on audience recommendations, ETV Radio is now called South Carolina...

Thousands Prep for Google/The Citadel’s Lowcountry STEM Event

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Storm the Citadel

Storm The Citadel! Brings Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to Life

Charleston, S.C. (Jan. 19, 2016) — A record number of teams across South Carolina are preparing for the Sixth Annual Storm The Citadel Trebuchet Competition. The word has spread since 2011 when a dozen teams competed. On Feb. 13, more than 100 teams and 700 competitors will arrive in the Lowcountry as more than 3,000 spectators watch their engineering skills come...

The Creative Art of Healing

From: Original SC

Tabitha Safdi

Healing Icons

According to the Foundation for Art and Healing , "the arts have long provided emotional context for the human experience. Now, research is demonstrating that creative expression also contributes to better health and wellbeing. People from all walks of life and every corner of the planet are expressing themselves through the arts—musical, performance, visual, writing, culinary—and discovering how it reduces the physical and emotional burden associated with various types of health conditions and life circumstances."...

King Day at the Dome in Columbia, South Carolina

From: Palmetto Scene

Aimee Crouch

Clinton

On the morning of January 18, at the S.C. State House, the annual King Day at the Dome was held for the first time without the presence of the Confederate flag. The event initially began on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in 2000, in protest to the flag flying on the State House dome.

With the recent ruling by the S.C. Supreme Court regarding equity in education, and the task in front of the...

Gov. Nikki Haley and Mayor Joe Riley Recount Charleston Tragedy on ETV

From: ETV

Glenn Rawls

Gov Haley and Mayor Rile with Mark Quinn

Governor Nikki Haley left a message for Senator Clementa Pinckney when she heard there had been an incident at his church offering assistance. It was a normal legislative day, and she believed he was still in Columbia. She said it never crossed her mind that he would never hear her message. Mayor Joe Riley of Charleston also believed Sen. Pinckney was in Columbia with legislative duties, learning only when he arrived at Charleston’s Emanuel A.M.E....

Wear a Smile. One Size Fits All.

From: Original SC

Tabitha Safdi

Caring Clown

"The most precious gift one person can give to another is attention." That's what Robert Mason, a.k.a. DOCTOR GEEZER, says about his work through the volunteer organization Bumper T Caring Clowns .

The program uses therapeutic clowning as a tool to promote the healing process through laughter. According to the website, these clowns are "Hospital Caring Clowns with a mission—volunteers dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of hospitalized patients, their families,...

StreamlineSC’s Learn360 Releases New and Improved Service

From: Education

Bette Jamison

ETV Streamline Powered by Learn360

It's 2016 and StreamlineSC's Learn360 "backbone" kicks off the New Year with NEW features! South Carolina administrators and educators are being upgraded automatically. No action on your part is required — you just have even more powerful Learn360 resources in SCETV’s video-on-demand service StreamlineSC for your classrooms!

Here are some highlights of the exciting improvements: NEW FEATURES! • New video playback controls • Read Aloud • New custom segment tool • New ways...

Burundi Refugees at Abingdon Manor Share an Eggplant Dish

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Eggplant Dish

On this "Making It Grow" segment we feature a trip to Abingdon Manor in Latta, SC where the head chef along with Burundi refugees living in the area create some traditional and nontraditional eggplant dishes.

Governor Haley Gives State of Union Response

From: Palmetto Scene

Aimee Crouch

US Congress

Following President Barack Obama's final State of the Union Address, S. C. Governor Nikki Haley was chosen to give the Republican response. Her speech touched on healthcare, national security, and the economy.

Haley also spoke to being a daughter of Indian immigrants and how blessed her family has been to live in this country. She said, "Today, we live in a time of threats like few others in recent memory. During anxious times, it...

Silicon Harbor

From: ETV Shorts

Tabitha Safdi

Harbor

Charleston is best known for its historical significance. Just recently however, Charleston adopted the new label as "The Silicon Harbor" because of all the new technologies that are being born within the area.

Lemon Coconut Crumb Bar

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Lemon Coconut Crumb Bar

Clemson Extension Agent and Host of "Making It Grow" is joined in the studio by Samantha McDowell from The Clemson Food Safety & Nutrition Team who will show us who to make a dessert with coconut oil.

Yield: 12-16 bars Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp baking powder 1/2 cup coconut oil, at room temperature 1/4 cup granulated sugar...

Understanding Retirement: Why It’s Never Too Soon to Save

From: Carolina Money

Kaitlyn Park

Retirement

Young professionals and those just entering the marketplace are more often than not given the opportunity to begin investing in a retirement plan. Unfortunately, the idea of giving away part of one’s pay to what appears a faraway prospect causes some to opt out of their employer’s retirement plan, but a Wells Fargo Retirement Study has recently found that just a few years can make a significant difference in retirement saving.

When considering this...

Clemson Blue Cheese Recipes

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Clemson Blue Cheese Recipes

Clemson Extension Agent and Host of Making It Grow Amanda McNulty was visited in the studio by SC Chef Ambassador Heidi Trull from Grits & Groceries near Belton, SC who created several dishes and snacks featuring Clemson Blue Cheese.

Benjamin Elijah Mays

From: SC Hall of Fame

Tabitha Safdi

Benjamin Elijah Mays

Benjamin Mays (1894-1984) was a minister, educator, scholar and social activist. He was known as the "Father of the Civil Rights Movement."

Mays was born the youngest in his family and his parents were both former slaves. He grew up in Epworth, South Carolina, just a few miles from Greenwood in a time in history of rigid segregation. This became the defining period of his life and he longed to get an education....

SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo

Clemson Extension Agent and Host of "Making It Grow" Amanda McNulty is joined by Jody Martin from The SC AgriBiz & Farm Expo. This event at the Florence Civic Center January 13-14 is designed to incorporate the industry's deep traditional roots along with today's thriving innovations to streamline the promotion and the expansion of the business of agriculture in South Carolina and beyond.

More information at http://scagribizexpo.com

Maude Callen

From: SC Hall of Fame

Jackie Johnson

Maude Callen

This episode is about Maude Callen (1898 -- 1990), a Nurse-Midwife, who singlehandedly brought health care to rural Pineville, S.C. and the surrounding area of Berkeley County in the early 1920s, continuing to the 1970s. The episode will tell how she delivered some 800 babies, and trained some 400 women as midwives in depressing, treacherous conditions. Many share their memories of Maude Callen and the invaluable medical service she provided as nurse and doctor to...

Coach John McKissick

From: SC Hall of Fame

Tabitha Safdi

Coach John McKissick

Coach John McKissick has done something football coaches across the country only dream about. As of 2012 he became the first American football coach in history to win 600 career games. McKissick now holds the record for the most wins by a football coach on any level.

Francis Marion

From: SC Hall of Fame

Dave Adams

Francis Marion

A historical visualization of Francis Marion's partisan campaigns during the American Revolution in South Carolina featuring the artwork of Illustrator James H. Palmer, Jr., combined with interviews of historians Walter Edgar, Roy Talbert, Christine Swager, Daniel Littlefield, and Archaeologist Steve Smith.

Mary McLeod Bethune

From: SC Hall of Fame

Jackie Johnson

Mary McLeod Bethune

This profile will show how Mary Jane McLeod Bethune, born to poor cotton farmers in Mayesville, SC, would brilliantly start a school of her own with just $1.50, which became an internationally recognized university. Dr. Bethune influenced important African-American Political leaders of the day, created a “Black Cabinet”, and was an advisor to several U.S. Presidents, among them, President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The profile will also feature interviews with:

Dr. Bobby Donaldson, Professor...

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