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  1. French Ambassador, Rep. Wilson to tour MOXRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star

    Aiken's French connections have been well documented, but will be reinforced later this month when France's ambassador visits the Savannah River Site's MOX Facility, a project overseen by the French company AREVA. According to a Wednesday press release, Gerard Araud, France's Ambassador to the United States, will visit Columbia, Charleston and Aiken from March 16 to 17. Joining Araud will be U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, South Carolina's representative for the second congressional district, which includes SRS.

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  2. Koerner pitches Clemson to series win over USCRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | The Star

    Jack Leggett may have had another arm warming in the dugout, but he never had any real intention of bringing a reliever into the game. Not with the way Brody Koerner was pitching at Carolina Stadium.

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  3. Former Greenville deputy accused of taking bribesRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Star

    A former Greenville County sheriff' s deputy has been accused of taking bribes from a man who ran an illegal gambling operation. Prosecutor Walt Wilkins said Friday that Brendan Shea Smith had been charged with one count each of common law and statutory misconduct in office.

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  4. Citadel hazing probe, police Taser used on autistic man &...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Star

    The Citadel says four cadets have left school voluntarily and 20 more have been disciplined after the school investigated 85 allegations of hazing and other mistreatment. The military college released a statement Friday saying commandant of cadets Capt.

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  5. Predators drop hammer on WarriorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | The Star

    Staff Photo by Scott Rodgers Fox Creek's Corrin Cannon drives for a layup through Greenville Tech Charter's Jarvis Cunningham and Davis Hite . Staff Photo by Scott Rodgers Fox Creek's Darrian Patterson goes up for a contested layup through the defense of Greenville Charter Tech's Adam Miller and Jacob Hill .

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  6. Following icy precipitation, Carolinas brace for epic coldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | The Star

    Across the Carolinas, a lingering cold snap has affected just about everyone: Schools closed, people worried about trees falling and pipes bursting, and shelters took in more homeless people. The intense blast of arctic cold was poised to send both states into a deep freeze, with temperatures in the single digits and wind chills dipping to zero or lower.

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  7. Program showcases music scene at historic Charleston venueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | The Star

    Charleston, South Carolina, has become a go-to destination for travelers seeking a dip into southern hospitality, history and haute cuisine, ranking consistently as a top domestic and international travel destination. Now the lead guitarist and songwriter for one of the state's most popular rock bands is putting on an event to showcase some of the area's musical appreciation, alongside celebrated national music acts.

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  8. Milliken closing Greenville textile plantRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 12 | The Star

    Multiple media outlets reported that Milliken & Co. said Wednesday it's closing the Judson Plant to consolidate operations in other plants.

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  9. Council finds middle ground on bike lane debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | The Star

    STAFF PHOTO BY MICHAEL ULMER Aiken resident Betty Ryberg said, during Monday's City Council meeting, the discussion about the Hayne Avenue bike lanes is about safety, while the “other side” is talking about parking. Aiken City Council reached a compromise to make the Hayne Avenue bike lanes a shared lane; a vote that followed months of discussion, meetings and a two-hour contentious debate Monday.

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  10. Volunteer lends a hand, flag at HHESRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | The Star

    Staff Photo by Scott Rodgers Michael Badman and his son, Tanner, a second-grader at Hammond Hill Elementary School, get a new American flag flying outside of the front door of the school. Staff Photo by Scott Rodgers Michael Badman and his son, Tanner, a second-grader at Hammond Hill Elementary, run the American and South Carolina flags up the school's refurbished pole.

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  11. Council agrees to modify Hayne Avenue bike lanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Star

    With Council member Reggie Ebner voting in opposition, Council by majority agreed to Council member Lessie Price's motion to remove the bicycle symbols, leave the white lines and install “share the road” signs and road markings. The vote on Monday came after months of back-and-forth between Council, Hayne Avenue residents and cyclists on whether to keep the bike lanes as is, wash them away completely or modify them to meet all wants.

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  12. Rare Shoeless Joe Jackson autograph photo may bring $100,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Star

    AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez An autographed picture of Cleveland ball player Joe Jackson is shown at Heritage Auctions in Dallas. Sharon Bowen thought her late husband was a bit crazy for buying a scrapbook filled with black and white photos of Cleveland ballplayers from the early 1900s – but not anymore.

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  13. Council to vote on Hayne Avenue bike lanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | The Star

    STAFF PHOTO BY MAAYAN SCHECHTER Aiken City Council will vote Monday whether to keep the bike lanes onb oth sides of Hayne Avenue. Aiken City Council will hold a final vote Monday on whether to remove the Hayne Avenue bike lanes or to modify them.

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  14. Baseball as an economic engine: Are stadiums the perfect pitch for success?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | The Star

    Some people consider them merely as an ill-conceived field of dreams – others see them as unique kickstarters for economic development. These projects – ballparks and multi-use redevelopment initiatives built with at least some public dollars – are gaining steam in North Augusta, Columbia and Savannah, but their futures hinge on a variety of factors.

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  15. Anti-terror training, hazing & cold cases: News around the state on Feb. 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | The Star

    Thursday's exercise involves helicopters landing and taking off, simulated weapons fire and ambulances entering and leaving the Marine Corps Training Depot. The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office says in a release the exercise involves, in addition to Marines, local deputies as well as the county coroner and county emergency medical services workers.

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  16. NOBLE: The most important South Carolinian everRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 3 | The Star

    But if you measure a person's importance by how many people they or their work have touched, then Charles Townes is the most important South Carolinian ever – it's not even close. And to add a little more mystery, he died this week at 99 years of age – and unless you lived in Greenville, you probably didn't read about it in a South Carolina newspaper.

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  17. Police: Family killed man over child custody disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2015 | The Star

    A woman and her family lured her estranged husband to their home by offering to let him see his children, then beat him in the head with a hammer and fatally shot him as he tried to run away - a scheme created because they were upset about a child custody dispute, according to police in South Carolina. The wife's brother, Jacob Hughes, 29, started the plan in motion by inviting John Michael Ferrell, 51, for drinks at a bar Saturday night, and he then offered to bring the man back to the house to see his children for the first time in a while, according to a police news conference late Wednesday.

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  18. Clemson, Greenville Tech creating $25M innovation centerRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | The Star

    Clemson University and Greenville Technical College are creating a new $25 million center to train students for high-tech jobs in the automotive, transportation and other industries. The Center for Manufacturing Innovation represents a collaboration between the institutions, the local school district, and area manufacturers including BMW, Michelin, General Electric and Bosch Rexroth.

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  19. Rose - RutherfurdRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2015 | The Star

    Francesca D. Rutherfurd of Aiken, S.C., and Forrest Paul Rose of Marietta, Ga., were married Jan. 18, 2015, at The Willcox. The bride was given in marriage by Duncan and Diane Rutherfurd.

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  20. NOBLE: The moral test of government in SCRead the original story

    Jan 20, 2015 | The Star

    This week Gov. Nikki Haley was sworn in for her second four-year term and a new legislature convened in the Statehouse. This seems like an appropriate time to look back on their record over the last four years.

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