RG3 injured in Redskins Wild Card playoff loss

January 7, 2013
RG3 injured in Redskins Wild Card playoff loss

Washington Redskins rookie franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III re-injured his right knee Sunday in the fourth quarter of his team’s 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in their wild card playoff game. After spraining a knee ligament a month ago, RG3 was playing yesterday with a brace and was obviously hobbled after falling awkwardly while…

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A call out to those who served

January 7, 2013
A call out to those who served

If you are a Second World War veteran of the Battle of the Bulge, you are cordially invited to be part of a program this month at the Walhalla Library that will tell about the pivotal battle. The program takes place at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, January 27, and everyone is invited. Phil Cheney, county library…

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Big doin’s at Foxwood Hills

January 7, 2013

Enhanced protection is now in place by the South Union Volunteer Fire Department in a corner of its service territory near Lake Hartwell. Station #23, a South Union substation, was officially placed into service yesterday afternoon in a new building on the Blackjack Road at Foxwood Hills. And Michael Mason, South Union fire chief, says…

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Post mortem and autopsy

January 7, 2013

Coroner Karl Addis has announced results of the post-mortem and autopsy conducted on the bodies of the man and the woman found in the front yard of a home on the Steve Nix Road in the Return Community near Seneca. The post-mortem showed James Wesley Foxx died of a self-inflicted gun shot wound to the…

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Police investigate possible murder-suicide

January 5, 2013

Law enforcement were at the scene Saturday morning of what officials believe is a murder-suicide near Seneca. Sheriff Mike Crenshaw said shortly after 7:00 AM Saturday that a passerby saw and reported two bodies in the front yard of 220 Steve Nix Road in the Return Community. Crenshaw said a man and the woman had…

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Flu outbreak crippling much of the nation

January 5, 2013

The nation’s early flu season continued to grow in the U.S. this week, with no sign yet of a peak in the spread of coughing, achy, feverish illness, health officials said Friday. Twenty-nine states reported high levels of flu activity, up from 16 states the previous week. Flu was widespread in 41 states, up from…

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