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The Summerville Journal-Scene
Former Ashley Ridge student interns with State Department
Krista Wunsche, daughter of Nancy Simpson and Werner Wunsche of Ravenel, accepted a summer internship with the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Mission to UNVIE in Vienna, Austria.
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7 hrs ago
Farming is a family affair for Robbie and Nina Watts. Sons Emerson , 8, and Jackson,5, help dad with the chores and preparing for a day in the field.
11 hrs ago
Clemson students head to Africa to help save lives
A team of Clemson University students is traveling around the world to reach people in desperate need of medical equipment on the eastern coast of Africa.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Memorial left at scene of fatal shooting in York
A memorial has been placed on Union Street in York where police say Dashaun Davis was gunned down Saturday.
Rock Hill Herald
Mrs. Brandon Ross Berger
Sally Elizabeth Southwell and Brandon Ross Berger, both of Rock Hill, SC, were married Saturday, May 31, 2014 at Neely's Creek ARP Church in Rock Hill, SC.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Circuit Training: Printed Electronics Take a Quantum Leap Beyond RFID
When the printing industry thinks about printed electronics-when it thinks about it at all-it has traditionally been in the context of RFID tags, printed antennas that facilitate processes like inventory tracking.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Island Packet
Clemson trustees won't vote on tobacco ban
The State newspaper reported Chairman David Wilkins says the administration, not the board, will handle the plan.
This invasive plant is swallowing the U.S. at the rate of 50,000 baseball fields per year
In the dictionary next to the definition of "invasive species", they could show a photo of kudzu.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Post and Courier
MUSC scientists take closer steps to lab-grown human organs
Imagine a scientist scraping some skin off your arm or the back of your leg and then changing those skin cells into complex heart cells - transforming them into tiny clusters of tissue that go thump, thump, thump under a microscope.
Mojo Friday - Save Pilot Mtn. - Edition
From almost anywhere in Winston-Salem that gives you a high vantage point when you look to the north you can see Pilot Mountain.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
SC business notebook, July 17
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen removes her glasses as she testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, July 16, 2014, before the House Financial Services Committee hearing entitled: "Monetary Policy and the State of the Economy.
NIH grant allows Clemson to research treatment for serious diseases
FOR CLEMSON UNIVERSITY MEANS NEW RESEARCH FOR DEBILITATING DISEASES. WYFF NEWS 4'S MANDY GAITHER IS LIVE AND LOCAL IN CLEMSON... MANDY...WHAT'S THE GRANT FOR? IT'S 11 MILLION DOLLARS...AND AND IT WILL HELP WITH TRAINING AND RESEARCH IN THE LAB BEHIND ME.
The Union Daily Times
Preston Duckett makes the spring 2014 President's List at USC Sumter
Preston Duckett, a resident of Union, South Carolina, was among more than 20 students who made the President List in the Spring 2014 semester.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Pinellas County school news
Public auction of surplus buses LARGO - Pinellas County Schools' public auction of surplus school buses, bus parts and service vehicles will take place Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Walter Pownall Service Center Annex, 7955 118th Ave. N, Largo, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Items will be available for preview Friday, Aug. 28, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. A link to the ... (more)
Charleston, SC approves modernistic building despite citizen opposition
Clemson University's Charleston Architecture Center is already being called "the eyesore building" by Charleston residents, in mocking reference to the squinting eye motifs on the planned structure's Meeting Street faA ade.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Post and Courier
The green scum: algae both boon and bane for subdivision ponds
Test soil to prevent over-fertilizing, and blow fertilizer off roads and driveways into the grass to prevent it washing into the ponds.
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Rock Hill works to meet Knowledge Park needs [The Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.) :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) July 12--Construction workers in downtown Rock Hill dig deep ditches and fill them with pipes for water, electricity, high-speed Internet and other services vital to the success of Knowledge Park, a high-tech business park that's expected to transform the former textile site between downtown and Winthrop University.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Rock Hill Herald
Greenway dog park will be named for Nation Ford grad who died July 3
The late Mary Warner Mack and her dog Ava. A planned dog park at the Anne Springs Close Greenway will be named for Mack, who was the first valedictorian at Nation Ford High School.
NHTSA will not seek tire age safety standard
The Rubber Manufacturers Association is hailing as good news a decision from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it will not seek to create a safety standard based on tire age.
Professor's DNA research aims to personalize medicine
In the near future, a DNA sample will be taken from every newborn and analyzed to figure out what diseases could endanger the child's future, according to Emil Alexov.