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Volunteers help provide meals to the hungry on Thanksgiving for the 43rd year

More than a half dozen OTS Media management and staff members joined a couple of hundred volunteers at Rawlinson Road Baptist Church Thursday to help provide a Thanksgiving meal to the needy. Dr. Ronal King with Feed The Hungry estimates that more than 37-hundred meals were prepared and delivered in York County. King says it […]

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Straight Talk: 11/26/14 Sen. Wes Hayes

SC State Senator Wes Hayes joins Manning Kimmel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 11/25/14 Jim Rex

Former state education superintendent and current American Party of SC president Jim Rex joins Andrew Kiel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Police searching for 2 suspects in Monday shooting of Rock Hill father

Rock Hill Police are investigating the city’s fifth homicide of 2014. A news release says officers responded to calls of a shooting with a victim down in apartments on McGee Road just before 9:00 Monday night. When they arrived, they found a 41-year-old gunshot victim who’s been identified as Antonio Heath. Heath was transported to […]

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Straight Talk: 11/24/14 Megan Benson

Megan Benson, a South Pointe High School alum and senior at the US Coast Guard Academy, joins Mike Crowder on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 11/20/14 David Warner

David Warner, director of the Technology Incubator in downtown Rock Hill, joins Andrew Kiel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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2014 Vernon Grant holiday ornament, card and new book unveiled

The annual holiday ornament and card based on the art of the late Vernon Grant were released Thursday, and the author of a book about Grant signed copies of it. The first-ever multi-colored ornament is sponsored by OTS Media, the parent company of WRHI. This marks the 28th year of the ornament, and OTS managing […]

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