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State, medical leaders meet to discuss Ebola prep...
Governor Nikki Haley invited leaders from several state agencies and healthcare organizations to take part in an Ebola Preparedness Roundtable. Those in attendance sat and discussed the goals that...
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Governor, other SC leaders holding Ebola Prepared...
Governor Nikki Haley, legislators, public health experts, and first responders will host an Ebola Preparedness Roundtable on Monday, October 20, at 2 p.m. The roundtable discussion will address the...
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Gov. Haley to host Ebola roundtable Monday
Gov. Nikki Haley will host an Ebola Preparedness Roundtable Monday afternoon with lawmakers, public health experts and first responders. The discussion will address coordination, training,...
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SC National Guard units awaiting word on Ebola mi...
The SC National Guard is waiting to see if troops from the Palmetto State will assist with the military operation in Ebola-stricken West Africa. President Barack Obama signed an executive order on...
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Modi sets up Nikki date with eye on future
New York, Sept. 26: When a raucous crowd of Narendra Modi fans settle down at a Madison Square Garden public reception to hear the Prime Minister on Sunday, there will be one woman among the audience...
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Soldiers create offshore reef using old armored v...
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has found a good use for old M60 tanks and M113 armored personnel carriers. Every year, the Guard and the state Department of Natural Resources drop old armored...
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SC recalls Hurricane Hugo 25 years ago, new threat
Hugo made landfall north of Charleston just before midnight on Sept. 21, 1989, with maximum sustained winds of 138 mph. The eye of the Category 4 hurricane was 35 miles wide, with storm surges of 15...
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