Article Archive for 9 December 2017
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For Virginia Campbell’s neighbors, the Christmas season begins in mid-October.
Growing up two-and-a-half hours west of New Orleans in Jennings, La., Travis Etienne always wanted to play football in the Superdome.
It’s said men are hard to buy for, and you can double the degree of difficulty if that man — or woman — loves to spend their free time outdoors.
Nedal Mefleh has fond memories of living in Jerusalem as a young boy. While his parents spent time in prayer at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, he and his friends would took advantage of the freedom.
During the 1980s, winning ACC championships was a routine experience for Clemson. The Tigers won five titles during the decade to go along with the first national championship in 1981.
Though most left their one-horse open sleighs at home, Upstate residents did get to enjoy a little dash through the snow Friday afternoon.