Archive For February 2008

Breaking down The South Carolina Plan

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The South Carolina Plan Bill Summary.

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Awards presented to Oconee Rescue Squad

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Tracy Payne, a member of Westminster Rescue Squad, was named the “Rescue Squad Member of the Year” for 2007, during the recent annual Rescue Squad Awards Banquet at Gignilliat Center.

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Suing for chump change

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Duke Energy Carolinas, which posted earnings well over $1 billion in 2007, is asking for a jury trial in Oconee County to recover almost $28,000 from a Texas-based manufacturer of air conditioning units.

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New traffic signal coming to Central

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A new traffic signal will soon be installed on S.C. Highway 93 near Central, in front of the post office, and officials hope that will reduce the amount of traffic accidents that have occurred there in recent years.

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Today’s local photos: 2/1/08

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Take a look at today’s local photos.

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Thompson criticizes state House bill on illegal immigration

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The South Carolina Plan, tabbed as the most comprehensive illegal immigration reform ever considered by the General Assembly and passed by the House Wednesday, isn’t comprehensive enough as far as Clemson City Council member Margaret Thompson is concerned.

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Mayor takes planners through Westminster

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Tipton Pitts knew of Westminster, but he didn’t know about Westminster.

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Supersonic simplified

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For the last week, Emile de Cou has been stuck in the ’70s.

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Consumer spending slows abruptly in December, turning in weakest growth in 6 months

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Consumers increased their spending at the weakest pace in six months while applications for unemployment benefits soared last week, two more signs the economy is weakening.

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Book Review: “Something on the Side” by Carl Weber

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You know how much you like to read, and sharing your most-loved books with your friends is one of your favorite things to do.

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