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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

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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Camden Attorney Throws His Hat Into 5th District Congressional Race

A prominent Camden attorney who leads the South Carolina State Guard says he’ll run for a seat in Congress should it open in the coming weeks. Thomas Mullikin said Wednesday he would seek the Republican nomination for the seat currently held by Congressman Mick Mulvaney. Mulvaney has been nominated to serve as a key budget […]

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Prisons agency seeks to reduce contraband

South Carolina’s prisons agency wants to install netting along the fences that surround its high- and medium-security prisons to prevent people from tossing over cellphones and other contraband. The State Fiscal Accountability Authority on Tuesday approved the project’s design phase, expected to cost $113,400. The netting is a low-cost way of stopping the flow of […]

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AUDIO: South Carolina Attorney General Issues Decision on State Retirement Plan

The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office has weighed in with their opinion on the state retirement system. Steven Stone has this report. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/170201-Stone1.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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