By Al Dozier Two candidates have filed for the Irmo Council seat to be filled in a special election February 27. Gabriel Penfield and George Frazier have officially filed for the seat, left vacant by Bill Danielson, who was elected mayor in November. Both candidates made unsuccessful efforts to winContinue Reading

By Congressman Joe Wilson I am grateful for the opportunity to begin the new year by touring the district and promoting my legislative focus areas for 2024. Joined by city and county officials along the way, our stops included North Augusta, Aiken, West Columbia, and Barnwell. In each location, IContinue Reading

Craft and Draft in Irmo was abuzz with community spirit this past Saturday as supporters gathered for a special celebration in honor of Gabriel Penfield’s campaign for Irmo Town Council. The event, marking the fourth anniversary of Craft and Draft, brought together residents and supporters for an evening of camaraderie.Continue Reading

Irmo Town Council candidate Gabriel Penfield recently attended a fundraiser for Congressman Joe Wilson held at Grecian Gardens in West Columbia, Penfield spoke with Congressman Wilson seeking insights into federal strategies for local businesses and job creation. “Congressman Wilson added valuable depth with his legislative perspectives,” said Penfield. “The collaborationsContinue Reading

West Columbia, SC – Congressman Joe Wilson hosted his annual legislative agenda media tour today in North Augusta, Aiken, West Columbia, and Barnwell. Highlighting important accomplishments in 2023 and his focus for the new year, Congressman Wilson spoke about ideas to create jobs, generate economic growth, promote conservative solutions, combat inflation,Continue Reading

By Al Dozier The Nov. 7 election of Phyllis Coleman to the Irmo Town Council was affirmed by the Lexington County Registrations and Elections Board at a Nov. 22 hearing after a challenge was filed about her residency. Former Irmo Mayor Hardy King requested the hearing based on concerns thatContinue Reading

Two public hearings were held by the Lexington County Election Board on Friday, Nov. 10, for protests lodged by Irmo Town Council candidate Gabriel Penfield. After making a social media plea to the Irmo public more than thirty people were present to either support Penfield’s claims or to share theirContinue Reading