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D. C. Moody

Position: Staff writer
E-Mail Address: dmoody@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 864-855-0355


About D. C. Moody

David, a native of Anderson, is a graduate of Lander University with a bachelor of arts degree in English. A twice published novelist, David is also a professional copywriter with professional experience in media advertising. A father of two boys, he enjoys spending his time with family and friends. He can be reached at 864-855-0355, on his cell phone at 980-241-2282 or by email at dmoody@civitasmedia.com

Latest Stories by D. C. Moody

PICKENS COUNTY — A decision by the S.C. Republican Party's executive committee to investigate the events that unfolded last week at the Pickens County Republican party convention comes on the heels of a formal protest filed by the Pickens County legislative delegation.
Matt Moore, state chairman, said the Executive Committee met April 18 to

State GOP to investigate Pickens convention

PICKENS COUNTY — A decision by the S.C. Republican Party's executive committee to investigate the events that unfolded last week at the Pickens County Republican party convention comes on the heels of a formal protest filed by the Pickens County legislative delegation. Matt Moore, state chairman, said the Executive Committee met April 18 to

PICKENS COUNTY — Members of the Pickens County Legislative Delegation have filed a formal protest with the state offices of the Republican party asking that local GOP Convention results be nullified.
The convention, held at Liberty High School on April 16, was to elect delegates from the county's districts, which in turn would vote for the a

Legislative delegation protests local GOP action, asks for nullification

PICKENS COUNTY — Members of the Pickens County Legislative Delegation have filed a formal protest with the state offices of the Republican party asking that local GOP Convention results be nullified. The convention, held at Liberty High School on April 16, was to elect delegates from the county's districts, which in turn would vote for the a

Should the United States government limit the items purchased by beneficiaries of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds? That is the question in this point-counterpoint. I believe qualifications and limitations on purchasable items is not only allowable but is a necessity.
Let me begin by stating, very clearly, there are no absolu

Counterpoint

Should the United States government limit the items purchased by beneficiaries of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds? That is the question in this point-counterpoint. I believe qualifications and limitations on purchasable items is not only allowable but is a necessity. Let me begin by stating, very clearly, there are no absolu

Should the United States government limit the items purchased by beneficiaries of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds? That is the question in this point-counterpoint. I believe qualifications and limitations on purchasable items is not only allowable but is a necessity.
Let me begin by stating, very clearly, there are no absolu

Counterpoint

Should the United States government limit the items purchased by beneficiaries of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds? That is the question in this point-counterpoint. I believe qualifications and limitations on purchasable items is not only allowable but is a necessity. Let me begin by stating, very clearly, there are no absolu

PICKENS COUNTY — As long as all things remain equal and the creeks don't rise — literally — the Doodle Trail will remain on schedule to open on time, welcoming riders to Pickens County.
Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell said that despite winter weather and the rains of spring, the bike trail connecting Easley and Pickens is still on sch

Doodle Trail halfway home and is on schedule

PICKENS COUNTY — As long as all things remain equal and the creeks don't rise — literally — the Doodle Trail will remain on schedule to open on time, welcoming riders to Pickens County. Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell said that despite winter weather and the rains of spring, the bike trail connecting Easley and Pickens is still on sch

SDPC budget process continues

PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County has addressed its capital needs for one more year and is in the final stages of completing its budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. SDPC and its board of trustees have completed the preparation of the capital needs portion of the district's needs for the next year but the general fund r

SDPC budget process continues

PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County has addressed its capital needs for one more year and is in the final stages of completing its budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. SDPC and its board of trustees have completed the preparation of the capital needs portion of the district's needs for the next year but the general fund r

Public's input sought on SDPC's Title 1 program

PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County is looking for a few good ideas. As part of the federal mandates associated with federal funding received by SDPC, especially those related to Title I funding, the district must extend an invitation to the public to bring ideas to the table on how to improve the schools for children or t

SDPC seeks public's input on improving Title I

PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County is looking for a few good ideas. As part of the federal mandates associated with federal funding received by SDPC, especially those related to Title I funding, the district must extend an invitation to the public to bring ideas to the table on how to improve the schools for children or t

PICKENS COUNTY — It's that time of year again to walk for a cure by joining Relay for Life for 2015 in raising funds and awareness in the fight against cancer April 18.
The Relay for Life 2015 will be a day chock full of activities, entertainment, fun and, hopefully sunshine. More than that, it will serve to look to the future while not forg

Ready … set … let's find a cure

PICKENS COUNTY — It's that time of year again to walk for a cure by joining Relay for Life for 2015 in raising funds and awareness in the fight against cancer April 18. The Relay for Life 2015 will be a day chock full of activities, entertainment, fun and, hopefully sunshine. More than that, it will serve to look to the future while not forg

PICKENS COUNTY — It's that time of year again to walk for a cure by joining Relay for Life for 2015 in raising funds and awareness in the fight against cancer April 18.
The Relay for Life 2015 will be a day chock full of activities, entertainment, fun and, hopefully sunshine. More than that, it will serve to look to the future while not forg

Time to walk for a cure

PICKENS COUNTY — It's that time of year again to walk for a cure by joining Relay for Life for 2015 in raising funds and awareness in the fight against cancer April 18. The Relay for Life 2015 will be a day chock full of activities, entertainment, fun and, hopefully sunshine. More than that, it will serve to look to the future while not forg

I don't know if there are many of you who know this, but I spend a good deal of time on the stage participating in theater and recently I have been part of the cast for Treasure Island being performed at the Abbeville Opera House. Now, this isn't a column about my skills as a thespian, or lack thereof. Believe it or not, I am going to talk about th

State's roads leave little to the imagination … or shocks

I don't know if there are many of you who know this, but I spend a good deal of time on the stage participating in theater and recently I have been part of the cast for Treasure Island being performed at the Abbeville Opera House. Now, this isn't a column about my skills as a thespian, or lack thereof. Believe it or not, I am going to talk about th

I don't know if there are many of you who know this, but I spend a good deal of time on the stage participating in theater and recently I have been part of the cast for Treasure Island being performed at the Abbeville Opera House. Now, this isn't a column about my skills as a thespian, or lack thereof. Believe it or not, I am going to talk about th

State's roads leave little to the imagination … or shocks

I don't know if there are many of you who know this, but I spend a good deal of time on the stage participating in theater and recently I have been part of the cast for Treasure Island being performed at the Abbeville Opera House. Now, this isn't a column about my skills as a thespian, or lack thereof. Believe it or not, I am going to talk about th

Easley Farmer's Market set to blossom in seventh year

EASLEY — The Easley Farmer's Market will open for business April 11 and will have even more to offer to Pickens County in its seventh year. “We've been trying to better ourselves every year, to bring more entertainment and vendors out for everyone to enjoy,” market manager Lisa Chapman said. “We're trying to have something

As much as I have always felt I would live forever, and still do because there is far too much to see and do, more constant has been my belief my parents will be around forever. Where I had been convinced, I have as of late been contemplating my own mortality, but more importantly that of my mother and father.
I know, it's a depressing subject, bu

We will never pass this way again

As much as I have always felt I would live forever, and still do because there is far too much to see and do, more constant has been my belief my parents will be around forever. Where I had been convinced, I have as of late been contemplating my own mortality, but more importantly that of my mother and father. I know, it's a depressing subject, bu

EASLEY — A story that has become a standard of Southern storytelling opens April 10 at the Easley Foothills Playhouse as Steel Magnolias comes to life on the stage.
Not many of Southern heritage have not seen the film version of Robert Harling's original stage play, a heart-wrenching tale of the death of a young mother, wife, sister and daug

Steel Magnolias hitting the stage of Foothills Playhouse

EASLEY — A story that has become a standard of Southern storytelling opens April 10 at the Easley Foothills Playhouse as Steel Magnolias comes to life on the stage. Not many of Southern heritage have not seen the film version of Robert Harling's original stage play, a heart-wrenching tale of the death of a young mother, wife, sister and daug

EASLEY — A story that has become a standard of Southern storytelling opens April 10 at the Easley Foothills Playhouse as Steel Magnolias comes to life on the stage.
Not many of Southern heritage have not seen the film version of Robert Harling's original stage play, a heart-wrenching tale of the death of a young mother, wife, sister and daug

'Steel Magnolias' opens

EASLEY — A story that has become a standard of Southern storytelling opens April 10 at the Easley Foothills Playhouse as Steel Magnolias comes to life on the stage. Not many of Southern heritage have not seen the film version of Robert Harling's original stage play, a heart-wrenching tale of the death of a young mother, wife, sister and daug

PICKENS COUNTY — Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark has asked the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division to investigate allegations made by a member of Pickens County Council that the former county administrator used county resources illegally.The request comes on the heels of Clark receiving a copy of an anonymous letter that was sent to The

Sheriff asks SLED to investigate councilman's allegations

PICKENS COUNTY — Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark has asked the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division to investigate allegations made by a member of Pickens County Council that the former county administrator used county resources illegally.The request comes on the heels of Clark receiving a copy of an anonymous letter that was sent to The

EASLEY — Rep. Neal Collins said he and other members of the S.C. House of Representatives intend to pass something this month to address the roads and infrastructure in South Carolina.
Collins, in his first term as a member of the state Legislature, was the guest speaker at the Monday meeting of the Rotary Club of Easley.
He opened by discu

Collins talks roads

EASLEY — Rep. Neal Collins said he and other members of the S.C. House of Representatives intend to pass something this month to address the roads and infrastructure in South Carolina. Collins, in his first term as a member of the state Legislature, was the guest speaker at the Monday meeting of the Rotary Club of Easley. He opened by discu

POWDERSVILLE — Far too often those without disabilities take for granted their health. One group held a function to attempt to bridge the gap of understanding, addressing communication and those who suffer from deafness.
Evangelist Ronnie Rice traveled from his home in Tennessee to deliver his message of faith and salvation, the same message

It's all in how you communicate

POWDERSVILLE — Far too often those without disabilities take for granted their health. One group held a function to attempt to bridge the gap of understanding, addressing communication and those who suffer from deafness. Evangelist Ronnie Rice traveled from his home in Tennessee to deliver his message of faith and salvation, the same message





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