December 24 Arrests

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Drugh Lashawn Hunter

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Tell Willie, 12-25

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Merry Christmas, one and all!

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Gaines receives associate nursing degree pin

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Elizabeth Ann Gaines, of Clemson, right, participates in the Tri-County Technical College pinning ceremony for its December graduates of the associate degree nurse (ADN) program. Pinning her is ADN instructor Blythe Winburn.

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OCPL selected for Smithsonian Exhibit

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Christmas came early to the Oconee County Public Library on Friday as staff accepted congratulations from The Humanities Council of South Carolina.

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Easy Entertaining

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Delicious food.
Great wine.
Good friends.
This is what
entertaining
is all about.

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Cuba’s “Rolling Stones of salsa” set for U.S. tour

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Grammy-winning Cuban band Los Van Van are celebrating 40 years of salsa revolution with a long-awaited return to the United States next month.

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Tigers sense difference from last Nashville trip

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Three years removed from an embarrassing effort against Kentucky in the Music City Bowl, Clemson senior Thomas Austin doesn’t really see any point in sugarcoating the obvious — the Tigers weren’t particularly enthralled being there.

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Braves reach agreement with slugger Glaus

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The power-hungry Atlanta Braves are hoping longtime third baseman Troy Glaus can fill the team’s void at first base.

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Gamecocks wrap pre-Christmas workouts

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The South Carolina football squad worked out Wednesday morning at Williams-Brice Stadium for the final time before breaking for the Christmas holidays in preparation for the Papajohns.com Bowl, scheduled for Jan. 2, 2010 (2 p.m., ESPN) in Birmingham, Ala., where the Gamecocks (7-5) will face the UConn Huskies (7-5) out of the Big East Conference at historic Legion Field.

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Andrew Moore: My prediction for the Music City Bowl

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The Clemson Tigers are limping into the Music City Bowl on Sunday, and so are their fans, who will likely be outnumbered by the tens of thousands in Nashville, against the Kentucky Wildcats. Clemson is still smarting from a thrashing at the hands of the usually outmatched South Carolina Gamecocks and a heartbreaking loss to Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship game, despite C.J. Spiller’s best efforts. For the record, did anyone remember what your humble prognosticator predicted at the beginning of the year for South Carolina and Clemson’s regular season records? 7-5 and 8-4 respectively.

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