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York County battery spill on Interstate 77

A truck carrying AA batteries spilled its load onto Interstate 77 Wednesday during the height of the morning “rush-hour” commute, temporarily blocking the highway, according to officials. The crash happened when the truck collided with the concrete median around 7:50 a.m. on the southbound side of the road, just south of Exit 88 at Gold […]

OTS Media Claims Twelve Statewide Broadcasting Awards

The South Carolina Broadcasters Assiociation held their annual awards ceremony on Saturday night and OTS Media brought home an 12 awards (the most of any Radio station group). WRHI won the Award of Merit for Radio Station of the Year and the Richard M Uray Service award. The Star Award for Best Sales Client Promotion, […]

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BMX Finale

It was a week that will long be remembered as the world came to York County for the 2017 BMX World Championship. Seats were packed at Saturday night’s UCI 2017 BMX World Championships as York County residents took advantage of free admission for the final day of races. For many who had never seen a […]

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AUDIO: A Bridge Too Many?

After 15 years is another bridge over the Catawba River still the answer? Steven Stone has more….   http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/170626-StoneBridge.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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AUDIO: Mulvaney Confirmed!

South Carolina Congressman Mick Mulvaney’s long and winding confirmation process cleared it’s final hurdle. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/170216StoneMulvaney.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Enrollment Continues To Increase At South Carolina State University

Enrollment is rising slowly at South Carolina State University as the Orangeburg school recovers from financial problems. School President James Clark told state lawmakers Tuesday the spring enrollment is 2,634. That’s up from 2,610 students last year at the state’s only public historically black school. Enrollment usually drops in the spring as some students graduate […]

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Mulvaney Confirmation One Step Closer

After being postponed from yesterday to today, seperate Senate Committees have now confirmed Representative Mick Mulvaney to be the next Director of the Office of Management and Budget. This morning’s vote fell upon party lines. Congressman Mulvaney’s full confirmation will now go before the full Senate which is predominately a Rupublican majority and appears all […]

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