Archive For May 2008

Gamecocks’ new stadium rises

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South Carolina athletic director Eric Hyman strolled between the bent rebar and cinderblocks with a smile. Although the Gamecocks’ $35.6 million stadium is just a third complete, there’s more than enough evidence the school’s ambitious facilities plan is more than mechanical drawings and estimated costs.

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Seneca sunk by Warriors

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Heading into action Wednesday, the Seneca High School softball team felt good about going into Riverside needing two victories to advance to the Upper State tournament this weekend, as the Bobcats boasted a 10-0 record away from home on the season.

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Bulldogs bounced from playoffs by Chapman

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The game wasn’t even an hour old and a befuddled David Skelly sat on the edge of the dugout and started talking to no one in particular. But at the same time, he was speaking to everyone wearing a Pendleton High School baseball uniform.

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Seneca golf advances to Upper State qualifier

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Following a fourth place finish in the two-day Western AAA region golf tournament, the Seneca High School golf team has advanced to the Upper State tournament next Monday at the Links of Tryon in Campobello.

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Lions come up short, but leave feeling good

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If there is ever a positive to draw from a loss in the state playoffs, Daniel High School’s 4-2 loss to J.L. Mann Wednesday night in the District II Class AAA Softball State Playoffs is one of those times.

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Preparations continue for Dixie Youth Baseball Tournament

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Organizers for the first Dixie Youth Baseball Tournament at Nettles Park, slated for July 19-24, said they are nearly 80 percent through making preparations for the event.

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County detours Surrett’s CAT plan

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“You get $1 million in rolling stock, $500,000 in operating revenues and 23 new jobs. That’s what you get for $30,000.”
— Al Babinicz, CAT Executive Director

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‘Defining’ moments

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“At this time, I know of no municipality that is as restrictive as we currently are involving townhouses, apartments and condos.”
Planning Commission Chair Jim Smith

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County ready move on with sewer agreement

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As far as Oconee County is concerned, there are no hurdles to getting an intergovernmental sewer agreement worked out with the cities, a county official said Wednesday.

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Clemson, Anderson ponder action against Anderson water system

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The Clemson and Anderson city councils have authorized legal action against the Anderson Regional Joint Water System (ARJWS) if that board follows through with plans to approve what the two municipalities feel are costly long-range water system improvements.

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