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2014/12/20 01:38
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... a dock during the Green Pond Landing opening ceremony on Hartwell Lake in Anderson. Ross Self, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, speaks during the Green Pond Landing opening...
2014/12/20 01:38
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2014/12/19 00:38
2014/12/19 00:38
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Duke Energy has reached an agreement with local environmental groups to remove all of the coal ash it has stored on the banks of the Saluda River. The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) joined...
2014/12/18 20:45
2014/12/18 20:45
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... jellyfish: slimy, entrancing, dangerous and prolific. Over the past few decades, a trifecta of human activities has helped the creature's populations boom -- overfishing has removed their...
2014/12/18 02:44
2014/12/18 02:44
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... Ellie Wheeler State legislators, by definition, represent the narrow interests of their individual constituents, but they're also responsible for passing laws that reflect the...
2014/12/17 13:19
2014/12/17 13:19
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... call. -- The Senate came to a hasty end late Tuesday after agreeing to extend dozens of expired tax breaks and to approve nominations of dozens of federal judges. Senate leaders...
2014/12/17 00:34
2014/12/17 00:34
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SELAH -- Tree Top, Inc., one of Washington's largest private companies and the nation's 100th largest agricultural cooperative, announced the hiring of Keith Gomes as the company's new president and...
2014/12/16 17:16
2014/12/16 17:16
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CHERRY GROVE, S.C. (AP) - The state Department of Natural Resources is stocking the waters along the north coast of South Carolina with hundreds of red drum. The agency is releasing the fish on...
2014/12/14 13:20
2014/12/14 13:20
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... Cultural programs for American families who adopt children from China. These are some of the programs envisioned at a new Confucius Institute, funded mostly by the Chinese government,...
2014/12/12 19:56
2014/12/12 19:56
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While the case against Freedman Farms involved the intentional and criminal dumping of swine feces into a tributary of the Waccamaw, we have found that the general practice of industrialized animal...
2014/12/08 19:38
2014/12/08 19:38
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... land trusts and conservation organizations Monday to protect more than 1,000 acres of open space and farmland. A number of municipal officials, land trust representatives and...
2014/12/08 17:27
2014/12/08 17:27
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Republican pickup in the Senate. We'll have an exclusive interview with Bill Cassidy fresh off his runoff victory over Mary Landrieu. And protests over race and justice sweep the...
2014/12/07 05:23
2014/12/07 05:23
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South Carolina is trying a smartphone approach to the state’s litter problem. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources, PalmettoPride, the state transportation department, the S.C. Department of...
2014/12/05 05:37
2014/12/05 05:37
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This is just to throw the idea out there and get input and I've already gotten quite a bit of it,” smiled Mayor Barbara Volk as she introduced the agenda item. Public Works Director Tom...
2014/12/03 22:24
2014/12/03 22:24
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... plans to overhaul the current plate, but in the meantime, we can still dream. A couple of weeks ago, local designer Jay Fletcher came up with this sharp alternative plate for the State...
2014/12/03 14:06
2014/12/03 14:06
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South Carolina is trying a smartphone approach to the state’s litter problem. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources, PalmettoPride, the state transportation department, the S.C. Department of...
2014/12/01 11:01
2014/12/01 11:01
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South Carolina doesn't have any serious problems with drought yet, but experts warn rain will be needed this winter or the situation could get much more serious this spring. The South Carolina...
2014/11/29 03:53
2014/11/29 03:53
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... of the seaweed in ballast water. Shrimpers already knew about it and had complained to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources about it fouling their nets. Byers wondered what...
2014/11/28 19:58
2014/11/28 19:58
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. With 108 million tons of coal ash stored in dumps across the state, a North Carolina environmental committee is looking at ways the waste can be safely recycled instead of buried in...
2014/11/28 00:58
2014/11/28 00:58
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CHARLESTON, S.C. South Carolina is playing a key role in the resurgence of the American wood stork as a record number of nests were recorded in the state this year. Scientists say the recovery has...
2014/11/26 22:39
2014/11/26 22:39
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Fishermen in the Pee Dee should have some good luck this spring after two state officials helped restock a local pond. S.C. Rep. Robert Williams of Darlington and S.C. Sen. Gerald Malloy of...
2014/12/20 01:38
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