Building Greenwood the right way

June 30, 2022 SST

By Todd Travis Margaret McGovern came to Greenwood when there were only around 30,000 to 40,000 people. “It was still just known as a small town and things weren’t moving very quickly at that time,” […]


Edwards Drive-In

January 20, 2022 stsstimes

By Todd Travis Edwards Drive-In diner has closed its doors for good after going 64 years strong. But that’s not the end of the story. The Edwards family will continue what Herb Edwards started back […]


Camping in the cold

February 18, 2021 SST

By Nicole Davis Cub Scout Pack 610 is preparing to sleep outside in the middle of winter as an effort to raise awareness and funds for the homeless. While the Scouts are the only ones […]


Your questions, answered

February 12, 2021 SST

By Nicole Davis As a pediatrician, Dr. Don Dubois felt there were times that communication between doctor and patient would fall short because of the hectic office practices and limited time to answer all questions […]


Local seniors suffer from ‘COVID fatigue’

January 21, 2021 SST

By Nancy Price Despite 10 months of consistent use of masks, social distancing and diligent use of hand sanitizer during those rare times outside our homes, COVID-19 cases are rising to the highest levels we’ve […]