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Ray Moore, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor in South Carolina, would like y'all to get serious and yank your kids out of the godless public schools.
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The SEC Network launches in four months, and the promotion for the new channel has begun, including a nod to Texas A&M.
A state Senator said the Department Social Services is in "complete meltdown" and called on the governor Tuesday to remove the head of the agency.
At 6'5" and 240 pounds, Blackshear is a dynamic speed-rusher off the edge who chases quarterbacks with quickness and athleticism.
Cobb-Hunter told The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg that declaring Jan. 21 "Eartha Kitt Day" will bring tourists to the state and spur economic development.
Nearly 50 people face criminal charges after South Carolina deputies raided a cockfight that drew people from across the state and North Carolina.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, shown here at the 2012 Republican National Convention, is a GOP star but Tom Ervin calls her "a disaster."
WLTX's Jim Gandy received quite the award Monday evening. Jim was honored by the South Carolina Sierra Club as the 2013 media person of the year.
Businessman John Tecklenburg announced his candidacy Monday for the 2015 election.
South Carolina is holding its historic preservation conference in Columbia this week, and part of the discussion focuses on telling the stories of communities that seem to have vanished.
The first new state highway signs directing travelers to South Carolina's rural attractions or working farms will be installed near Columbia, on Wadmalaw Island and in Colleton County by month's end.
The town of Latta has rallied around Crystal Moore, but the 20-year veteran of the police force is still jobless The Latta Town Council has voted to make their small South Carolina community "council strong/mayor weak" in response to Mayor Earl Bullard's decision to fire Police Chief Crystal Moore - a 20 year veteran of the force who was also the ... (more)
SOMEONE ONCE SAID "THE BEST REMEDY FOR A SHORT TEMPER IS A LONG WALK." AS OUR GUEST TELLS US...THAT'S NOT THE ONLY THING A WALK CAN HELP FIX.
"How could you be sick of a such a magnificent song that's had such a rise?" said Ketch Secor, who also plays fiddle, banjo and harmonica, in the band.
It's impossible to exorcise the memories of 2012. But Rick Perry is going all out to present a new and improved version of himself - the swaggering big-state governor of old, with a dash of seasoned wise man thrown in.
Maybe the Mississippi river delta isn't doomed after all. Upstream dams on the rivers that run through the delta were thought to be starving it of the sediment it needs to stay above sea level but now it seems there's enough sand to feed the delta for centuries to come.