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Seven South Pointe Stallions Sign College Scholarships

Wednesday morning at South Pointe, the school announced that 7 more student athletes will receive scholarship money to play sports at the next level.  Three football players, a track star, golfer, softball player, and basketball player will all continue their playing careers.  Each athlete and the sport he/she will play in addition to their new […]

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Winthrop University athletic director candidate list trimmed to four

Published reports indicate that four finalists have been named to succeed the retiring Tom Hickman as Winthrop University’s athletic director. An e-mail sent to faculty members from the school’s vice president for access and enrollment says the finalists are Shelley Davis from Howard University, Melissa Dawson from Florida Atlantic, Ken Halpin with Eastern Washington and […]

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Person raises more money during first quarter than Mulvaney

Filings with the Federal Election Commission show that Democratic 5th District Congressional candidate Fran Person raised nealry $14,000 more than incumbent Republican Mick Mulvaney. Records show Person raised nearly $178,000 during the first three months of 2016. That compares to just over $164,000 raised by Mulvaney. Ray Craig is running against Mulvaney in the June […]

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Children fabricated story about last week’s attempted kidnapping

After what they say were countless hours trying to find answers over the past week, York County Sheriff’s Office detectives and deputies have determined that there was no attempted kidnapping along Whitley Road in Fort Mill. Detectives learned the story was made up by both children in an effort to skip school for the day. […]

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SC Veterans to rally at Statehouse

The American Legion and other South Carolina military veterans’ organizations are holding a rally at the Statehouse to address a number of key issues. Today’s event runs from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the Statehouse steps. Army Maj. Gen. James Siegfreid is the keynote speaker. He will discuss honoring Vietnam veterans. Also addressing the […]

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$2B in one time road spending

Though State Senators say they like the idea of raising more than $2 billion for one-time spending on road construction projects, they can’t seem to agree over how the money will be spent. Bills discussed by the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday would send $200 million to the State Infrastructure Bank, for borrowing an estimated […]

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SC School Districts could see borrowed money

South Carolina elementary, middle and high schools could be getting borrowed money from the state to build and repair buildings and wire the school for technology under a bill passed Tuesday by the House Ways and Means Committee. The proposal would have the state study how much debt it has and issue up to $200 […]

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