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In 2013, Hal Dunlap suffered a heart attack, which, at that time, he’d considered a major life event.
A day ahead of a nomination meeting for a local water district’s board of directors, a board member whose seat is up for re-election told The Journal he would continue serving if customers support him but will “be fine” if his seat goes to someone else.
With a decorated career that has covered more than 30 years since his graduation from Clemson University, it wouldn’t exactly have been taxing for Major General James B. Linder to speak at length about leadership during his campus visit Wednesday afternoon.
James Mo Tucker Jr., 30, of 100 Walhalla Gardens Circle, was arrested on Monday after police allege his two children tested positive for marijuana.
A road-funding bill that would increase South Carolina’s gas taxes for the first time in 30 years could soon be law, after a veto-proof vote Tuesday in the House.
A candidate set to challenge for Rep. Jeff Duncan’s seat has made a plea for his constituents to ask, “What would Jesus do?” after he voted for a health care bill removing limits for charging older customers more than younger ones.