Archive For July 2008

Hoping to save a piece of local history

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There is hope for Hopewell Plantation.

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Living local

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It’s something you saw in your grandmother’s freezer. Mason jars filled with peaches, or maybe corn, coated with frost and hibernating alongside the ice trays.

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Asking the tough questions

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Children at licensed child care facilities can spend the better part of each day at their respective centers, so how parents decide where to place their children is vitally important, experts say.

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Time no longer stands still in Walhalla

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The hands of time begin turning again Saturday as the hands of this historic clock were assembled atop St. John’s Lutheran Church in Walhalla.

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Furman University announces Dean’s List for spring 2008

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The following Furman University students made the Dean’s List for the spring 2008 term. Furman’s Dean’s List is composed of full-time undergraduate students who earn a grade-point average of 3.4 or higher on a four-point system. The list is compiled at the end of each of Furman’s three terms.

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Head Start sets higher standards

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Danita Freeman, site manager for Early Head Start at the Head Start center in Seneca doesn’t mind saying she’s proud of the child care facility for which she works.

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Pendleton’s budget remains unresolved

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After firm objections from council member Frank Crenshaw about a garbage fee increase, Pendleton’s new budget remains unfinished.

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Editorial: Pendleton is trying to do things right

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You have to hand it to the folks in Pendleton, especially Town Administrator Teri Sloan.

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Tell Willie: 7/1/08

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Willie,
I have great news. I can cancel my subscription to a rival newspaper.

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McMaster backs federal shield law

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The S.C. Press Association has praised State Attorney General Henry McMaster for his support of the Free Flow of Information Act (S. 2035), a federal shield law for reporters.

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