Archive For September 2007

South Carolina’s keys to victory against Louisiana-Lafayette

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A look at what the Gamecocks need to do to win their season opener.

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Pickens man arrested in shooting

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A 49-year-old Pickens man was arrested after a shooting sent another man to the hospital.

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Computing director highest paid Clemson employee

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The highest paid Clemson University employee isn’t university president Jim Barker or head football coach Tommy Bowden.

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Over the Fence: Jessica Williams and Jessica Beatty

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Jessica Williams and Jessica Beatty are hair stylists at Sun Station Tanning & Salon Inc. in Seneca.

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Novak Djokovic wins longest U.S. Open match since 1979

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They broke out odd little dances after hitting big shots, swaying their hips and rocking their arms to music only in their heads.

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University Lutheran Church commissions first class of Stephen Ministers

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University Lutheran Church in Clemson has begun a Stephen Ministry, a new and exciting ministry that will allow it to reach out to more people with one-to-one Christian care.

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Church calendar: 9/01/07

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SUN., SEPT. 2
*Heavenly Breeze of Seneca will be the guest singers at Holly Springs Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

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They’re ready for some football: Hokies Nation eager to cheer after the mourning

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They came throughout the day _ some bearing flowers, others wiping away a stray tear. They moved slowly, reverently on the gently curving path in front of Burruss Hall, pausing to look at each of the names engraved on 32 distinctive chunks of “Hokie Stone.”

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Stern defends referees, waits for review before deciding on possible punishments

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David Stern defended his current referees, blasted a pair of former ones, and vowed to wait until a review of the NBA’s officiating program is finished before he decides on any punishments stemming from gambling activities.

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Pondexter’s free throws with 2.1 seconds left lift Mercury to 102-100 win over Silver Stars

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The Phoenix Mercury need just one win at home to return to the WNBA finals for the first time in nine years.

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