Archive For March 2007

OCT plans tourism draw with weekend package

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Oconee Community Theatre organizers are planning a package deal to attract residents outside of Oconee County.

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SDOC to receive funding for middle school nurses

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The School District of Oconee County, named one of the Top 100 Communities in the United States in January, reaped a major benefit from the award Thursday when notified it would receive nearly $65,000 to fund nurses in three middle schools.

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OC, PC school districts name Science Fair winners

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Oconee County elementary, middle and high school students took home 19 silver awards and 16 gold awards at the annual AOP Regional Science Fair held recently at Clemson University’s Madren Conference Center.

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Don’t get stampeded! Part 2 of 2

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n part 1, I offered a brief history of the world so that a better perspective might be gained regarding the very short span when humanity could have influenced climate. I offered a few points to think about. In part 2, I offer additional thoughts and a recommendation

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West-Oak go-to receiver Kesler going to North Greenville

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Like most senior athletes in high school, Adam Kesler wanted to make the most of his final season playing football at West-Oak – assuming it was probably his last season playing football, period.

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Goodell hopes for disciplinary decisions in a few weeks

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Next week, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will hold hearings with Tennessee cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones and Cincinnati receiver Chris Henry. Within 10 days of those meetings, Goodell hopes to have disciplined them.

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Clemson report on athletic admissions policy is delayed

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A report from a group reviewing Clemson University’s athletic admissions policy was delayed because two members are traveling with the basketball team, a school spokeswoman said Thursday.

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Lynn students get credit for attending Final Four

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Some students may skip classes this week to attend college basketball’s Final Four, though at least a dozen have managed to score class credits out of the trip.

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Killing cartoons into submission

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With an unintentional irony that might even tickle the Prophet himself, a new book called “Killed Cartoons” killed a cartoon. Not because it was bad, but because it was just too good.

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NHL Scoring Leaders

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NHL Scoring Leaders by the Associated Press

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