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October 2017 on Knowitall.org

From: Education

Mimi Brown

Images from content featured on Knowitall in October 2017

Knowitall contains quite an assortment of media that ties into many of the celebrations and observances in October, including Health Literacy , Hispanic Heritage , Teen Read Week , National Friends of Libraries Week , National Bullying Prevention , Fire Prevention Week , International Day of the Girl , United Nations Day and Halloween !

October Is Health Literacy Month - View Our “Knowitall Healthy!” Collection

As cold and flu season begin, please...

Mill Creek Greenhouses' Plants for Fall

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Fall Plants

Lori Watson from Mill Creek Greenhouses in Columbia, SC visits us at "Making It Grow" and brings plants that thrive in the Fall in South Carolina.

College Freshman Shares Her Experiences About Applying for Financial Aid

From: Education

Karen Hermann

University of South Carolina freshman Vanessa Madrid

In this segment from Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable , University of South Carolina freshman Vanessa Madrid talks about her experiences applying for financial aid.

"I" is for Inman Mills

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

South Carolina From A to Z

Credit SC Public Radio "I" is for Inman Mills. Inman Mills began in 1902 when James A. Chapman opened a four-hundred-loom and 15,000-spindle plant in the Spartanburg County town on Inman. The mill made high quality greige—cloth that comes straight from the loom and is gray, rough, and full of blemishes. By 1909 the plant had doubled its capacity. The company's success prompted further expansion—including the acquisition of other mills and replacing the 19th...

Research about Complex Arrhythmias

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

Health Focus logo

This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Jeffrey Winterfield about research related to Complex Arrhythmias or abnormal heart beats. Dr. Winterfield is a Cardiac Electrophysiologist and Director of the Ventricular Arrhythmia Program at MUSC.

SC Business Update from John "Swampfox" Warner

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

John Warner

Credit Concepts to Companies

A weekly update of the entrepreneurial activity in South Carolina.

Mike Switzer interviews John Warner is co-founder of Concepts to Companies and founder of the Swampfox Facebook page, based in Greenville, S.C.

Saving South Carolina's Constitutions

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

South Carolina's Constitution of 1861 underwent a lamination preservation process. Archivists no longer use the process after it was realized the laminate material degrades into an acid, doing more damage to the documents.

Millions of historic documents in the U.S., from presidential papers to personal slave journals, are facing an issue apart from age: a preservation method that has backfired. The process of laminating documents between sheets of cellulose acetate film, widely practiced from the 1950s through the 1970s, has now been determined to actually contribute to the deterioration of acid-containing paper. Among the documents at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History that have been laminated,...

"Woodbines in October"

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

NatureNotes

Credit SC Public Radio Rudy shares poems by Charlotte Fiske Bates, " Woodbines in October ," and " Autumn ."

Controlling the European Hornet

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

Making It Grow! Minute logo

Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Like the Cicada Killer wasp, the large European Hornet also collects insects to feed its larvae, a beneficial habit, but sadly it has a destructive activity of girdling twigs. Removing the bark allows the adults to access the nutritious exuding sap and to collect fiber to build its nest. If the twig is completely girdled, the portion above it dies, a...

Nichols: One Year Later, Residents Continue to Recover, But Where Will Businesses Rebound?

From: SCPR

Thelisha Eaddy

One year after Hurricane Matthew caused flooding in Nichols, businesses still haven't returned to the downtown district.

About 75 families have returned to repaired homes in Nichols, South Carolina. The small town in Marion County was home to 260 homes before Hurricane Matthew brought strong winds and devastating floods in 2016. All but three sustained flood damage and most businesses were also impacted. South Carolina Public Radio spoke with Mayor Lawson Battle and Disaster Recovery Advisor Rita Pratte about progress in recovery, one year after Matthew. “It’s a slow process, but we...

Learn the Eligibility Requirements for Tuition Grants

From: Education

Karen Hermann

Katie Harrison

In this segment from Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable , Katie Harrison, Executive Director of the South Carolina Tuition Grants Commission, details the eligibility requirements of tuition grants.

Man and Dog Attacked by... Hummingbird-Sized Wasp?

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

Making It Grow! Minute logo

Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . It sounds like a tabloid headline – man and dog frantically escape from huge flying wasp! But it’s a true story—I got an email from a gentleman saying that he and his dog was dive bombed by a hummingbird sized wasp that sent them fleeing into the safety of their house. It was a cicada killer wasp – probably a male,...

Hard to Identify Songbird

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

A male common yellowthroat.

The female common yellowthroat songbird is harder to identify than the male, especially in its first year.

"M" is for Marlboro County

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

South Carolina From A to Z

Credit SC Public Radio "M" is for Marlboro County [480 square miles; population 28,818]. Marlboro County was formed in 1785 and named for the Duke of Marlborough. Its boundaries have remained virtually unchanged since then: bounded on the west by the Great Pee Dee River; on the north and northeast by North Carolina; and on the Southeast by Dillon County. Prior to European settlement, Cheraw Indians lived in the area. During the 1730s, generous...

IT Services Industry Strong in SC

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

South Carolina Business Review logo

With the business world almost completely reliant on computers, it should come as no surprise that the market for IT services is strong and growing. Which is why our next guest decided to launch his own business in this industry two years ago. Mike Switzer interviews Tim Larson, owner and CEO of Aurora IT Services in Lexington, SC.

Border Collies Exhibit Herding Prowess on the Farm and at the Fair

From: SCPR

Laura Hunsberger

Bill Coburn presenting his Border Collie Demonstration at the South Carolina State Fair in 2016.

At Windy Knolls Farm in Laurens County, Bill Coburn raises ducks and sheep. He’s retired from farming, but he still spends time on one of his favorite occupations: training border collies. The shaggy mid-sized dogs have a natural instinct to herd animals, and Coburn says he’s been working with them for nearly 30 years. He still shows his border collies regularly at demonstrations throughout the southeast, and at the State Fair, he will show...

The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017 Teacher Toolkit Available for Teachers!

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Graphic from the Great Thanksgiving Listen  from StoryCorps

The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017 Teacher Toolkit is available for teachers in your listening area!

Plant-Based Powered Mac and Cheese

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Plant-Based Mac and Cheese

Nutritionist Trisha Mandes, MPHN joins us on "Making It Grow" and shares tips on healthy weight loss. One example is incorporating healthy plant-based meals like Plant-Based Powered Mac and Cheese into your diet. Plant-Based Powered Mac and Cheese Sauce by Miyoko Schinner of The Homemade Vegan Pantry: The Art of Making Your Own Staples and pasta dish recreated by Nutritionist, Trisha Mandes, MPHN of www.TrishaMandes.com

Powdered Cheese Sauce Ingredients:

3/4 C nutritional yeast...

The History of the South Carolina State Fair

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

An advertisement for the fair appears in the Keowee Courier (Pickens Court House, S.C.), October 18, 1905.

With October come two certainties: Trick-or-Treaters will be abroad on the 31st, and the South Carolina State Fair will attract thousands to Columbia. In this edition of Walter Edgar's Journal , from May 5, 2016, Dr. Rodger Stroup, retired Director of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, takes listeners on a deep dive into the history of the South Carolina State Fair, sharing his research for an upcoming book on the subject....

Fall Containers

From: Making it Grow

Sean Flynn

Fall Containers

Davis Sanders from South Pleasantburg Nursery in Greenville, SC visits us at "Making It Grow" and shares with us some containers and the plants that they recommend for September/October.

Gerrick Hampton Shares Scholarship and College Application Programs

From: Education

Karen Hermann

Gerrick Hampton

In this segment from Carolina Classrooms: Making College Affordable , Gerrick Hampton, Program Manager, Scholarships and Grants at the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, discusses scholarships and college application programs available to South Carolina students.

Cicada Killer Wasps

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

Making It Grow! Minute logo

Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Recently, a Sumter County Master noticed silver dollar-sized holes in her yard with soil piled up at one end and wondered if it was a mole or vole burrow, but there weren’t any of the usual above ground runs you’d expect to find. At the same time, she found a dead wasp on her porch and brought that to the office....

Two-Striped Walking Stick

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

A female two-striped walking stick with a male on its back.

The male two-stripped walking stick is much smaller than the female.

"L" is for LeConte, Joseph

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

South Carolina From A to Z

Credit SC Public Radio "L" is for LeConte, Joseph [1823-1901]. Geologist. Educator. After graduating from the University of Georgia, LeConte studied medicine in New York. Returning to Georgia, he established a medical practice in Macon. He later studied natural history at Harvard and became a faculty member at his alma mater. In 1856 he joined the faculty of the South Carolina College as professor of natural history. He was popular with students, took an...

The True Story of 3D Printing

From: SCPR

Alfred Turner

South Carolina Business Review logo

By now, most people are aware of 3D printing. But what most people are apparently confused about is who actually invented it. While our next guest is mostly known as the father of modern kayaking, he is, in fact, also the owner of the first patent for 3D printing. Mike Switzer interviews Bill Masters , kayaker, inventor, and entrepreneur in Travelers Rest, SC.

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