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Tega Cay US Senate candidate included in SCETV debate later this month

A Tega Cay woman running for the US Senate in South Carolina as an American Party candidate will participate in a debate on South Carolina Educational Television October 28th. Jill Bossi will join Republican incumbent Tim Scott and Democratic challenger Joyce Dickerson on stage that night. The latest Winthrop University poll released last week showed […]

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Straight Talk: 01/06/14 Robert Winkler

Robert Winkler, the Republican candidate for York County Council District 3, joins Manning Kimmel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 10/03/14 Jim Vining

Rock Hill School Board Chairman Jim Vining joins Manning Kimmel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 10/02/14 Jonathon Poole

Jonathon Poole, the event director for the US Disc Golf Championships going on at Winthrop University, joins Andrew Kiel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 10/01/14 Bobby Plair

Local musician Bobby Plair joins Manning Kimmel on Straight Talk. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Two fatalities investigated by York County Sheriff’s and Coroner’s office

The York County Coroner’s Office and the Sheriff’s Office have investigated a pair of fatalities. The coroner’s office says 59-year-old Trevor Ford of Tega Cay died after his bike crashed on the bike trails in Fort Mill’s Baxter Village. Meanwhile, the coroner’s office says 78-year-old Charles Burrell of Clover was killed after being struck by […]

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New Winthrop University poll shows Haley with 10-point lead over Sheheen

Republican Governor Nikki Haley holds a 10-point lead over Democratic challenger S.C. Sen. Vincent Sheheen in the November elections, according to the latest Winthrop Poll released Wednesday, Oct. 1. Haley leads Sheheen by a 43.6-33.6 margin among likely South Carolina voters. Petition candidate Tom Ervin, a self-funded attorney and former judge, has a slight effect […]

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