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  1. South Carolina's Tre Campbell could be point guard Gamecocks have been missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Post and Courier

    Of course Tre Campbell rolled his ankle in practice a week ago and probably won't be back for another week. It was a litany of maladies to the most important position on the floor last season, and really started when P.J. Dozier decided to go pro after his sophomore season and the Gamecocks' run to the Final Four.

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  2. Despite hurricanes, Charleston area's recreational shrimping going strongRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Post and Courier

    The short answer is "it's pretty good," especially when you consider all the weather events South Carolina has endured this year ... and the year before ... and the year before that...and the year before that. "We've had four years of something going on in the fall," said Mel Bell, Director of the Office of Fisheries Management for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, referring to natural events that play a role in the harvest of shrimp.

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  3. Florence's waters are receding, but the clean up is just starting for many in SCRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Post and Courier

    Kristina McManus hands a piece of duct tape to her husband Jack McManus the owners of Cuttin' Edge Barber Shop to prepare for high tide flooding in Georgetown on Monday, Oct. 1, 2018. Andrew Whitaker/Staff Glenn Brunson, right, watches the tide run into the intersection of Front and Orange Street during high tide on Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 in Georgetown.

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  4. Georgetown area continues on road to normalcy as it eyes flood conditions, forecastsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 30 | Post and Courier

    Pee Dee River at Pee Dee flood levels forecast through Friday, Oct. 5, as of Sunday evening. National Weather Service/Provided Graham Plummer, left, the owner of Graham's Landing restaurant and his door greeter Sam Kennedy, right, sits on a pile of sandbags after setting up the restaurant to be reopened on Sept.

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  5. Mister Pete honored for record-setting season in SC Governor's Cup Billfishing SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Post and Courier

    The crew of Mister Pete celebrates after clinching the 2018 S.C. Governor's Cup Billfishing Series with a win in the Edisto Billfish Tournament in July. Photo provided/S.C. Governor's Cup/Cameron Rhodes The crew of Mister Pete celebrates after clinching the 2018 S.C. Governor's Cup Billfishing Series with a win in the Edisto Billfish Tournament in July.

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  6. Gov. Henry McMaster takes helicopter tour of flood damage in Georgetown areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Post and Courier

    S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster lands in a Black Hawk helicopter after assessing the extent of flooding in the Georgetown on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.

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  7. Although SC floodwater lingers upstream, Georgetown residents prepare to resume normal lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Post and Courier

    "We got about 42 inches during Matthew. I've never left." Jerry Carver said as he and his wife wait out the floods in their home while stocked with water and electricity in the Rosewood neighborhood in Socastee Friday, Sept.

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  8. Socastee floods crested now headed to Pawleys Island and GeorgetownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | Post and Courier

    "We got about 42 inches during Matthew. I've never left." Jerry Carver said as he and his wife wait out the floods in their home while stocked with water and electricity in the Rosewood neighborhood in Socastee Friday, Sept.

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  9. Flooding chances looking less likely for Georgetown after days of suspenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | Post and Courier

    As Georgetown faced another day of anticipating a flood, a state agency again lowered the amount of water the city might see. Floodwaters traveling slowly down the Waccamaw and Pee Dee rivers finally crested in Conway on Thursday, and residents even further up the Waccamaw began to return home, facing a new set of dangers as the water receded.

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  10. Georgetown residents in lull as SC flood projections changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Post and Courier

    Melissa Levey, carrying Lila Thompson, 3, and Katie Crooks take a walk past sandbagged businesses in Georgetown Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.

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  11. Some South Carolinians who lost work because of Florence can get unemploymentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Post and Courier

    Troops with the National Guard and employees with the SCDOT have placed temporary dams on both sides of Highway 17 lead in and out of Georgetown Monday, September 24, 2018, in preparation for the flood waters of the Waccamaw River. The dams will be filled with water to protect the main road into Georgetown from its north.

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  12. Hundreds of SC, NC road closures remain as floodwaters move toward coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Post and Courier

    Standing on a patch of dry asphalt on Bucksport Road, longtime resident Garry Gause was helping SLED and SCDNR get oriented to Bucksport - between Georgetown and Conway - on Monday, September 24, 2018. Floodwaters from the Bull Creek and the Waccamaw and the Pee Dee rivers are rising on lower-lying houses in the community.

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  13. As Georgetown prepares for destructive SC flooding, residents turn to what's left: prayer.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Post and Courier

    A diverse group of more than 100 residents, ministers, first responders, political leaders, business owners and others gather on Georgetown's Front Street to pray as they await Hurricane Florence's flood waters, expected to arrive Wednesday. Jennifer Berry Hawes/Staff As Georgetown residents and business owners away Hurricane Florence's floodwaters, many packed up and headed away from the water.

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  14. One tight-knit SC town. Two rivers flooding. A waiting game in Bucksport.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Post and Courier

    Pete Frazier, 76, who is staying in his home in Bucksport, paddled away from his porch to retrieve the garbage can that had floated away on Monday, September 24, 2018. Floodwaters from the Bull Creek and the Waccamaw and the Pee Dee rivers are rising on lower-lying houses in the community, between Georgetown and Conway.

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  15. Georgetown residents urged to get out before floodwaters consume that town tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Post and Courier

    Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard build a bridge in preparation for possible flooding of US-17 in Georgetown on Sunday, September 23, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard build a bridge in preparation for possible flooding of US-17 in Georgetown on Sunday, September 23, 2018.

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  16. Floodwaters carry pollutants, but dangers in SC are still unclearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Post and Courier

    A man was pulling his boat to deeper water on Bucksport Road before paddling away to check on a relative on Monday, September 24, 2018. Floodwaters from the Bull Creek and the Waccamaw and the Pee Dee rivers are rising on lower-lying houses in the community, between Georgetown and Conway.

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  17. Florence flooding soaks small SC townsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Post and Courier

    Pete Frazier, 76, was given the opportunity to leave, but decided to stay at his home in Bucksport - between Georgetown and Conway - on Monday, September 24, 2018. Floodwaters from the Bull Creek and the Waccamaw and the Pee Dee rivers are rising on lower-lying houses in the community.

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  18. Road repairs underway, even as floodwaters continue to rise in SCRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Post and Courier

    Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard build a bridge in preparation for possible flooding of US-17 in Georgetown on Sunday, September 23, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard build a bridge in preparation for possible flooding of US-17 in Georgetown on Sunday, September 23, 2018.

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  19. Florence floodwaters devastate one SC area after another, marching toward GeorgetownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Post and Courier

    Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard build a bridge in preparation for possible flooding of US-17 in Georgetown on Sunday, September 23, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff Sheila Allison, an evacuee from Socastee, cradles her service dog, Dori, outside of her room at Midtown Inn and Cottages in Myrtle Beach on Sunday, September 23, 2018.

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  20. Myrtle Beach travelers told to avoid driving, arrive by air due to flooded roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Post and Courier

    Myrtle Beach International Airport is open with no flight disruptions, so officials recommend arriving by air, said Julie Ellis, spokesperson for the Myrtle Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. "The waters are still rising and the flooding is unpredictable, so we can't guarantee a safe route, and the limited number of open routes are needed for local and emergency traffic," Ellis said.

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