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Many go through rounds of marriage counseling followed by a trial separation before filing for divorce and ultimately facing the discussion of child support and alimony. In South Carolina, the topic of alimony is heating up as the state's alimony laws are being challenged by South Carolina Alimony Reform, an organization formed in 2011. Comment?
South Carolina's Education Oversight Committee is evaluating the technological divide between school districts as the state moves to online end-of-year testing for every school, agency director Melanie Barton said Monday. Just three school districts report having a computer, laptop or tablet available for every student. Comment?
Over 45,000 turkey hunters take to the woods annually in South Carolina with hopes of harvesting a wily gobbler, and the 2014 spring turkey season was no exception. With an estimated harvest of 16,248 birds, the spring turkey harvest was down about 15 percent from 2013 and down cumulatively 36 percent from the record harvest established in 2002, according to Charles Ruth, S.C. Department of Natural Resources Deer and Wild Turkey Program coordinator. Comment?
Once you're in the news business, you're never really out of the news business. Which is why I'm still obsessed with the news business. Comment?
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