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Fifteen area golfers, including top juniors Bryson Nimmer of Bluffton, Will Miles of Hilton Head Island and Josh Fickes of Beaufort, will tee off Thursday in the S.C. Golf Association's 83rd South Carolina Amateur Championship, being held at The Reserve Golf Club in Pawley's Island.
Blue Ridge Security employee Dusty Reeves and Blue Ridge Electric Co-op employees Michelle Watson and Alan Blackmon, recently presented a Blue Ridge Fest check in the amount of $13,000 to Executive Director, Teresa Nash of United Christian Ministries.
A man reported missing in Clemson has been found dead in Lake Hartwell, according to Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon.
The fate of the pig that swam ashore near Station 26 Friday on Sullivan's Island was still unknown on Tuesday.
Winthrop's progress was set back by the misjudgment of ousted President Jamie Comstock Williamson, who tried to violate South Carolina's nepotism rules by encouraging the hiring of her husband for a staff position.
Back then, Tyler didn't see the allure of the market or farm work. His papa was persistent in having his grandchildren come along to help.
A sign of changing economics. That's how Gaston County Board of Education Chairman Kenny Lutz describes the school system having to suddenly pay for school athletic training services.
Following a torrential storm in July 2013 there was vast damage to the South Carolina Botanical Gardens on the campus of Clemson University but with the help of students and the community, the damage is close to being repaired a year later.
A day after shooting a 4-over-par 76, Bluffton's Bryson Nimmer carded a 1-under 71 on Tuesday to finish with a two-day total of 147, good enough to advance to the match play portion of the U.S Junior Amateur Championship at The Club at Carlton Woods' Nicklaus Course at The Woodlands, Texas.
Clemson University student William Craig turns a crank that fills part of a sculpture designed by his fellow architecture students to represent the flood that destroyed the South Carolina Botanical Garden on Wednesday, July 23, 2014, in Clemson, S.C. Clemson students helped rebuild the garden after a July 2013 flood did $225,000 in damage and swept ... (more)
South Carolina Botanical Garden landscape manager Kathy Bridges, left and garden manager John Bodiford, right, stand on a bridge designed and built by Clemson University architecture students at the garden on Wednesday, July 23, 2014, in Clemson, S.C. Clemson students helped rebuild the garden after a July 2013 flood did $225,000 in damage and ... (more)
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