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Oconee Heritage Center is one of only 18 museums across South Carolina to host a new pop-up exhibit from the National Archives titled, “The Bill of Rights and You,” commemorating the 225th anniversary of the ratification of this landmark document.
A South Carolina House bill prefiled by State Rep. Cezar McKnight, which would require all public school students statewide to wear uniforms starting in the 2017-18 school year, is something local legislators say is unlikely to see the light of day.
Third Congressional District U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan introduced a bill Monday that would deregulate firearm silencers.
Separate FOI bills have been prefiled in both the state House and Senate, and Rep. Bill Taylor, R-Aiken, said last week that “hopefully the race is on” for which gets passed first.
Never one to mince words, Ben Boulware didn’t hold back when — with confetti still dancing in the air — ESPN handed him a microphone and asked for his thoughts on what Clemson had just accomplished: winning the second national championship in school history and the first since 1981.