NYC Marathon still set for Sunday

October 31, 2012
NYC Marathon still set for Sunday

Despite the battering New York City took from Hurricane Sandy, which has left the subways out of service and lower Manhattan without power, Mayor Mike Bloomberg is saying that the city’s annual marathon is still set to take place on Sunday (November 4th). There are lots of challenges to that happening, however, including runners getting…

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Gamecock Baseball Announces 2013 Schedule

October 31, 2012

The South Carolina baseball team has announced its schedule for the 2013 season featuring 29 games against 2012 NCAA Tournament teams as well as 35 home games at Carolina Stadium. The Gamecocks open the season on Friday, February 15, hosting a three-game series vs. Liberty.  South Carolina and Clemson will meet for a fourth-consecutive year…

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Gamecocks Defeat Kentucky Wesleyan 68-67

October 31, 2012
Gamecocks Defeat Kentucky Wesleyan 68-67

South Carolina defeated Kentucky Wesleyan 68-67 in exhibition basketball play on Tuesday at Colonial Life Arena. Junior guard Brenton Williams scored the go-ahead basket with just under three seconds on the clock to give the Gamecocks the win.  Williams led the Gamecocks in scoring, with 22 points, while senior forward Lakeem Jackson registered a double-double…

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Sewer grounds unsafe for hunting

October 30, 2012

At 128 acres, the wooded sections of Oconee’s Coneross Wastewater Treatment Plant at Seneca teem with turkey and deer and attract hunters. But Bob Winchester says high-power gunfire creates the potential for danger on property which is manned around the clock. Winchester, executive director of the Joint Regional Sewer Authority, says, in the past, there…

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Lawmaker speaks on cyber attack

October 30, 2012

  Hurricane Sandy is devastating parts of the mid Atlantic and Northeast. In South Carolina, the attacker is far more sinister. It’s that cyber attack that has left hundreds of thousands of state residents worried they could become victims of identity theft. State Representative Bill Whitmire, Walhalla Republican, says he and the entire county delegation…

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Spiffy, clean look at Walhalla Middle

October 30, 2012
Spiffy, clean look at Walhalla Middle

Thanks to its custodians and others, Walhalla Middle School always sports a clean look, according to its principal, Scott Dixon. Today, however, the approximate 35-year old school building looked especially good, perhaps, in anticipation of a special visitor. Dixon was among a group at the front door this morning to welcome the state’s first-term superintendent…

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