Archive For September 2009

Clemson’s Parker hoping to hit home run in debut

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Kyle Parker can’t specifically remember the largest crowd he’s ever played in front of so far in his athletic career.

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Top in-state defensive back favoring Gamecocks

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Manning defensive back John Fulton (6-0, 180) indicated last week his lean to USC has gotten stronger.

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Infante’s triple leads Braves to win

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Omar Infante hit a two-run triple in the seventh and Kenshin Kawakami pitched six effective innings to carry the Atlanta Braves past the Florida Marlins on Monday night, 5-2 in a matchup between NL wild-card contenders.

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Upstate Chamber Coalition includes Walhalla, Westminster, Easley

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The eight-county Upstate Chamber Coalition, which includes the Clemson and Anderson areas, announced Monday that Walhalla, Westminster and Easley will join the legislative watchdog group that represents more than 8,000 small businesses and 280,000 employees.

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Seneca adds arson dog to fire department

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The newest member of the Seneca Fire Department has a nose for the job, along with four legs and a tail.

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‘Clunkers’ money trickling in

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Local automobile dealers, while lauding the shift in spending culture created by the federal government’s Cash for Clunkers program, are still waiting for their money for the most part.

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Oconee, Pickens schools among participants in Palmetto Gold/Silver Showcase

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Five elementary schools and one high school in Oconee and Pickens counties are among 103 award-winning Palmetto Gold and Palmetto Silver schools chosen to share their success stories with other schools throughout the state.

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For the 2nd tournament, another flinch by Tiger

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Much to his chagrin, Tiger Woods has put some suspense back into golf.

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Gailey out, Haley in as offensive coordinator

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Rookie head coach Todd Haley fired offensive coordinator Chan Gailey and assumed that role himself Monday, 13 days before he opens the season with a very unsettled quarterback situation.

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Carlos Pena leads Rays to 11-7 win over Tigers

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Carlos Pena and the Tampa Bay Rays headed into September on a high note.

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