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All gave some. Some gave all. -- Army CW4 (Ret) Mike Dunkin, of Clinton, right, accepts a slow salute fromAmerican Legion Post 56 Historian Burt Harter during a Memorial Day Observance on Monday …

This story was originally published by The 19th Nikki Haley, who questioned former President Donald Trump’s fitness to serve as president when she ran against him in the Republican …

Red states sue over abortion provisions in new federal rules for pregnant workers In SC, a 2018 state law already protects pregnant workers. But it came a decade too late for a Charleston mom. …

High court overturns ruling in part, sends case back to federal panel for further analysis --- A federal court “clearly erred” in determining that South Carolina legislators racially …

It took Clinton City Council less than 10 minutes at a called meeting to get on the same page about a $33.6 Million city budget for the next fiscal year. It raises taxes, sewer rates, water …

More scholarship money offered to SC education majors in attempt to stem teacher shortage COLUMBIA — Education majors at South Carolina colleges can get additional scholarship aid starting …

We tried to keep going, but on Saturday, we just ran out of steam. Randy “Steam” Stevens was remembered Saturday as a radio journalist, a friends to the underdog, one of those who …

On May 5, 2024 deputies responded to Georgia Road in Gray Court in reference to missing 11 year old Ruby Guevara. We received limited information from the onset and throughout the investigation, but …

The SC State conference of the NAACP and Appleseed are working together   to keep families covered with Medicaid.   Medicaid is one of the major   pathways that insures that all …

A city budget that will increase fees and taxes will be under consideration by the Clinton City Council at a called meeting Tuesday night. Approval keeps the …

If you want to be a “hard head” and park your car INSIDE the Shirley Jenkins Park, expect a ticket. Retired council member Shirley Jenkins issued the warning - and made a request for …

Trump campaign still owes Coastal; Winthrop tab paid in full, public records show Gazette sought records for what visits by Trump and Biden potentially cost taxpayers Hosting a president …

Lithium fires burn hotter and longer. Here’s how SC is preparing for a growing battery industry. COLUMBIA — As South Carolina goes all in on electric vehicle and battery …

COLUMBIA — Accusations by a South Carolina GOP legislator that agencies were “attempting to register noncitizens to vote” were false, the State Law Enforcement Division reported …

The Clinton Planning Commission has opened the door to 3 new subdivisions, including one opposed by people who live in Merrie Oaks, outside the city limits, and their neighbors. The commission …

Neufelds Are Honored by Lander University for Years of Service GREENWOOD — Dr. Charles Neufeld marked the culmination of his remarkable 44-year career as a director of choral ensembles …

SC governor to sign bill banning hormone therapy for transgender youth into law Treatments for youth already taking the drugs could be gradually taken off them through Jan. 31 COLUMBIA …

A tinfoil hat and closed doors: Tensions fray among GOP in SC House as session ends COLUMBIA — A tinfoil hat and squabbles over House rules put frustrations between the chamber’s …

A violent thunderstorm ripped through the Clinton area early Thursday. Pictured is utility pole work on Highway 308 at Compton Road, repairing a cracked pole. A truck driver, Daniel Tisdale of …

Lander’s Nursing Recognition Ceremony honors 58 new nurses GREENWOOD — Tyanna Porter had a message for the School of Nursing graduates in Lander University’s Class of 2024: …

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