After learning that the three mills Greenwood County Hospital (GWCH) has been receiving will more than likely not be available in future years, the GWCH board of trustees voted to pursue a half-sen
Although the fall sports program will be different this coming season, the Eureka Tornadoes are proving just how strong they are.
During an emotional court proceeding, Judge Mike Ward heard from not only the prosecution and defense attorneys but also heard statements from Cooper Clark’s mother and maternal grandmother before
Last Tuesday, The Eureka Herald reached a milestone as they marked 150 years of business in the city of Eureka. The celebration began with a special 150th anniversary reception on Tuesday, July 3.
The recent tornado may have left a mangled football sign that stated “Eureka Down,” (pictured above), but a portion of the sign also said “Tornadoes To Go On,” and that is just what this community