Seth Cope, a Ridgeland native, recently made an appearance on a popular gameshow with some help from the past.
Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Thomas Heyward graduate and Ridgeland native Seth Cope recently appeared on Jeopardy. Coming in third, his final winnings totalled $1,000. He said his history lessons from school “definitely helped.”
While he recently won a seat as a member of the Port Royal Town Council, Darryl Owens said he would be able to continue the same level of service he has done in the past to the citizens of Jasper County.
No matter where you are in life’s journey, Ridgeland native Greta Lynn wants to help you make it a healthy one.
(Shellie Murdaugh/Special to Jasper County Sun Times) Ridgeland native Greta Lynn owns Herban Marketplace in Beaufort. It offers a wide variety of organic products and food items made to order as well as fresh produce.
Nancy Waterhouse and many others enjoyed meeting Jasper County’s authors who assembled under the live oaks Saturday morning at Frampton Plantation in Yemassee. The authors gathered as a part of the inaugural “Authors Under the Live Oaks” event founded by Beaufort authors Jack Gannon and Cyndi Williams-Barnier.
Shellie Murdaugh/Special to JCST Nancy Waterhouse, middle, attended the Authors Under the Live Oaks event Saturday morning and purchased books from Jasper County natives Lisa Lowther and Sheree Darien. Waterhouse is a resident of Bluffton.