Fire destroys small house

October 29, 2012
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Practically in the middle of the night, fire broke out in a small vacant block house near Westminster. Chief Chris Smith said fire fighters were unable to put a stop to the fire before it destroyed the house. Owned by Earl Butts, the house destroyed was located on Earl Drive, near W. King Street.

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DOR urges course of action

October 29, 2012
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DOR urges course of action

In response to the cyber attack against South Carolina, the Department of Revenue urges taxpayers to visit protectmyid.com/scdor or call 1-866/578-5422 to determine if their information is affected. If it is, the taxpayer can immediately enroll in one year of identity protection service provided by Experian. A word of caution: Because of the number of…

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Wreck victim succumbs

October 29, 2012
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The Illinois man involved in a car-motorcycle accident last week near Walhalla has died. Coroner Karl Addis reported the death of Fredryk Turak yesterday afternoon at Greenville Memorial Hospital—from complications of multiple traumatic blunt force injuries three days before. Turak was 59 years old. According to the highway patrol, Turak’s motorcycle collided Thursday morning three…

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Gamecock women land prospect

October 29, 2012
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Gamecock women land prospect

Alaina Coates of Dutch Fork High School has committed to play basketball for coach Dawn Staley at South Carolina.  Coats is considered to be a national top 30 prospect. Coates chose the Gamecocks over Georgia  She Dutch Fork to the 4A state title as a junior. She also finished fourth in the state track championships…

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Gamecocks return to top ten in latest BCS poll; Tigers climb to 13th

October 28, 2012
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Gamecocks return to top ten in latest BCS poll; Tigers climb to 13th

The Tigers and the Gamecocks both climbed in the latest college football polls released on Sunday.  Clemson, coming off a decisive 42-13 win at Wake Forest on Thursday, climbed to number 9 in the coaches poll and number 10 in the AP poll.  South Carolina, who defeated Tennessee 38-35 on Saturday, moved up to number…

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Lattimore hyperextended right knee

October 28, 2012
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South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore hyperextended his right knee against Tennessee, causing injury to several ligaments, the school said in a release Sunday.  Coach Steve Spurrier said the injury is something Lattimore can come back from to play football again.  There were no fractures or additional injuries, according to team physician Jeffrey Guy.  Spurrier…

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