Brooklyn Nets get 96-89 OT win in first game against Knicks

November 27, 2012
Brooklyn Nets get 96-89 OT win in first game against Knicks

A potential cross-city rivalry between the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks got off to a promising start Monday ¬†with a 96-89 overtime victory by the Nets in Brooklyn in the New York City teams’ first regular season match-up. The Nets improved to 7-1 in their new home at the Barclay’s Center before a…

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Attorney nominated for OMC board

November 27, 2012

An attorney has been nominated to succeed a minister on the policy making board for Oconee Medical Center. An in-house committee nominated Clemson attorney Corinne Cannon for the at-large seat held by the Rev. Randy Keasler of Westminster. After two terms of four years each, Keasler is ineligible for a third term. Cannon’s nomination goes…

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Panthers defeat Eagles 30-22 in ‘Monday Night Football’

November 27, 2012
Panthers defeat Eagles 30-22 in ‘Monday Night Football’

The Carolina Panthers got a 30-22 Monday Night Football win last night in Philadelphia, sending the Eagles to their seventh straight defeat. Panthers quartback Cam Newton went 18 of 28 for 306 yards, throwing for two touchdowns and running for two more. Eagles rookie QB Nick Foles, who was filling in for a second start…

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Walhalla underage drinking problem

November 26, 2012

Walhalla’s new chief of police is shedding light on a community problem which, of late, is more and more prevalent, he says. Chief Ronald Wilbanks said it’s the problem of young people breaking or attempting to break the law against underage drinking. The police have already made cases against 17 to 19 year olds who,…

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Highway finish date extended

November 26, 2012

The State of South Carolina has approved extension dates to allow the general contractor another month to complete Oconee County’s major highway project, Sheep Farm Road. The original agreement called for all work to be finished by December 15, but the new date is January 20. According to Ryan Miller, resident construction engineer for the…

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Restoring an historic creek

November 26, 2012

An Experiment Station grant of more than $100 thousand will enable researchers to monitor and restore part of an historic creek that flows through and around the Clemson campus. Hunnicutt Creek and Clemson have a long relationship going back to the university founding. In 1890, state lawmakers approved using convict labor for Clemson’s first buildings…

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