Dawndy Mercer Plank, WIS News 10

Dawndy Mercer Plank

WIS News 10

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Past articles by Dawndy:

Soda City Live: Doko Ribfest

Imagine packing in numerous bands, all the ribs and bbq you can stomach, crafts, Bloody Marys, a 5k race, and thousands of people enjoying the beautiful Blythewood park of Doko Meadows. → Read More

Soda City Live: Eating for your colon

Kay MacInnis is a registered dietitian nutritionist at Lexington Medical Center. She’s also a diabetes care and education specialist. → Read More

Soda City Live: Get certain seeds, bulbs, and plants in the ground this weekend!

Sal joined Soda City Live at 3 p.m. to explain what plants need to be in the soil asap. → Read More

You’re invited to the Governor’s Mansion Christmas Open House

Governor Henry McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster invite you to join them for a Christmas Open House this coming Monday, December 6 at their home. All of the decorations are done by the Columbia Garden Club. Dawndy Mercer Plank spent time at the mansion for a preview. → Read More

‘Jesus is His Name’ opens this weekend

A popular Christmas tradition is about to hit the stage again this year offering audiences several nights of live nativity scenes. → Read More

Former South Carolinian man heartbroken for the Afghan people he once helped

Al Goff is the president and CEO of Unto, the humanitarian arm of the faith-based charity, CRU. → Read More

Irmo Independence Day event

Gates open at 7 p.m. They’ll be showing the movie “Independence Day” at 8:30 p.m. → Read More

Let’s Meat Less

Sue Doran joined WIS TV Midday to talk about her latest projects. → Read More

See the world this weekend at the Columbia International Festival

The festival is considered the largest in South Carolina and neighboring states. → Read More

National Help a Horse Day brings awareness to neglected and abused horses

This day is a time for equine organizations to highlight the work they do to save at-risk horses. → Read More

Advocate, lawmaker look to raise awareness for rare cancer

It originates in the cells lining the bile ducts that play a critical role in digestion. → Read More

Long-term effects of COVID-19 are still unknown

Doctors have to remind patients they just are not always going to know the answers to their questions. → Read More

Facts vs. Fiction: Local doctor provides insight on wearing face masks during pandemic

Let’s answer some of your questions about masks. → Read More

Can your pets get coronavirus?

It's not business as usual at Spears Creek Veterinary Clinic in Elgin. → Read More

Chapin woman gets second chance at life after liver transplant from family friend

A Chapin woman fears she may be down to her last chance at life. → Read More

Talk of the Town: How to help your pets lose weight

Just as humans need to lose weight, so do some of our furry children. → Read More

Groups recognize National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Thursday

The group Concerns of Police Survivors called for people to express support for the men and women of law enforcement. → Read More

Talk of the Town: Thanksgiving side dishes can actually be healthy

Check out recipes that won't ruin your healthy eating this Thanksgiving. → Read More

Turtles found with swastikas painted on their shells in Washington park

Police have been getting an earful from upset callers, asking for something to be done about the swastikas. → Read More

Fundraiser for The Free Medical Clinic will rock like its 1984

The clinic, which has been in operation for 35 years, will host its annual fundraiser in early November. → Read More