Trooper Kelley Hughes with the S.C. Highway Patrol talks Friday with Brenda Newby of Thomasville, N.C., about a possible safety issue with her car at the state Welcome Center on Interstate 77. Troopers and officers from the S.C. Department of Public Safety were at the center to distribute safety literature to motorists traveling over the Labor Day weekend. They also were promoting the "Sober or Slammer" campaign to educate motorists about impaired driving and other highway safety issues.
Trooper Kelley Hughes with the S.C. Highway Patrol talks Friday with Brenda Newby of Thomasville, N.C., about a possible safety issue with her car at the state Welcome Center on Interstate 77. Troopers and officers from the S.C. Department of Public Safety were at the center to distribute safety literature to motorists traveling over the Labor Day weekend. They also were promoting the "Sober or Slammer" campaign to educate motorists about impaired driving and other highway safety issues.
Trooper Kelley Hughes with the S.C. Highway Patrol talks Friday with Brenda Newby of Thomasville, N.C., about a possible safety issue with her car at the state Welcome Center on Interstate 77. Troopers and officers from the S.C. Department of Public Safety were at the center to distribute safety literature to motorists traveling over the Labor Day weekend. They also were promoting the "Sober or Slammer" campaign to educate motorists about impaired driving and other highway safety issues.

School-supply drive ends with a smile -- and 'thanks'

August 30, 2008 12:59 AM