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  • Council gives its $100K worth
    Several Greenwood historical artifacts got a two-for-one deal out of Monday’s Greenwood City Council meeting.
    The Greenwood Museum Railroad Center applied for a South Carolina Heritage Corridor grant in 2013. The center received a $100,000 award from the program, which is administered by the National Park Service.
  • Imagine That!
    Spartanburg County high school students ages 13 and older who are part of an improvisational theater group, Imagine That, silently seat themselves among a small gathering of audience members in Greenwood Community Theatre on Tuesday night.
    The young actors proceed to act out four very different scenarios, addressing difficult-to-talk-about social issues.
  • CPW receives grant for water line improvements
    Grant funds keep rolling into Greenwood.
  • Drug unit on a roll
    The crackdown continued Monday as Greenwood County narcotics officers discovered yet another lab where methamphetamine was being produced.
    
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  • By KATE HRUBY
    Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:06 AM
    ABBEVILLE -- Busing procedures in Abbeville County School District will remain the same -- for now.
    After a lengthy discussion that focused on safety and convenience for parents, the board voted Tuesday night to table the busing issue for further study, with the sentiment of the board seeming to lie in finding a way to allow students to ride from one district location to another with stricter safety, parental permission and student pick-up guidelines. 
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  • BY COLIN RIDDLE
    Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:03 AM
    The Brooks Institution released a first-ever metro-analysis of foreign direct investment’s role in the Upstate’s regional economy.
    The analysis is part of the Global Cities Initiative, a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase. 
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  • Council gives its $100K worth
    By FRANK BUMB
    Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    Several Greenwood historical artifacts got a two-for-one deal out of Monday’s Greenwood City Council meeting.
    The Greenwood Museum Railroad Center applied for a South Carolina Heritage Corridor grant in 2013. The center received a $100,000 award from the program, which is administered by the National Park Service. 
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  • Post 20 shuts out Spartanburg, stays alive
    By ANDREW MACKE
    Friday, July 18, 2014 12:00 AM
    Brady Smith faced a tough challenge Thursday at Legion Field at John Nave Stadium. Read More...
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  • Greenwood’s Jeter transferring to USC
    By JORDAN ANDERS
    Thursday, July 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    When Charleston Southern University’s outdoor men’s track program was deemed ineligible for the postseason earlier this year, Greenwood High School graduate Jarad Jeter wanted to go somewhere where he could compete to win on a national level. Read More...
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  • By ANDREW MACKE
    Thursday, July 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    When Abbeville hosts the Lakelands Fellowship of Christian Athletes seven-on-seven football competition this morning, it will be about much more than football. Read More...
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Contests / Polls / Puzzles
National Hot Dog day is today (July 23), but we’ll extend it a week. Tell us your style:

National Hot Dog day is today (July 23), but we’ll extend it a week. Tell us your style:


 


Today's Puzzles
 
 
  • Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    Kids they have to have private transportation from kindergarten to full adult. All my siblings and I had our legs to take us from home to the schoolhouse a mile away. After four years of country schooling, we took a bus to school in town. During World War II, we used rationing stamps to purchase food not grown on a farm. Read More...
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  • Our View
    Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    Presbyterians don’t believe in luck. Still, we do sincerely wish Paul Kooistra the best of luck as the 16th president of Erskine College and Theological Seminary.
    Kooistra was named president Friday, and also corresponding with the Presbyterian way one would have to think he was predestined for the post -- he was initially being considered to fill the void on an interim basis. But the committee conducting the search determined Kooistra could and would mean more for Erskine on a long-term basis. The board agreed, unanimously, and offered him the full-time position, which he accepted. 
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  • Our View
    Tuesday, July 22, 2014 12:00 AM
    South Carolina is living up to its reputation as a state that can and will put its people to work, as evidenced by its continuing trend of besting the national unemployment rate, now for the third consecutive month. Read More...
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