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As Florence approached the western part of North Carolina, it appeared certain events at The World Equestrian Games would be canceled, as no one knew quite how waterlogged the showgrounds might become. The horses evacuated from the coast were safely housed in temporary stalls, warm and dry, …

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Another confirmed case of West Nile Virus has been found in Laurens County, and the Emergency Management Director, Joey Avery, has again ordered precautionary mosquito spraying at the recommendation of the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.

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After just his first semester studying at Piedmont Technical College (PTC) in Greenwood, Austin Morris began working as an apprentice at Burnstein von Seelen Precision Castings in Abbeville while continuing to work toward his machine tool technology degree at PTC. It was a bit of a risk in t…

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Facts, lessons and other activities will highlight Laurens County School District 55’s celebration of Constitution Day, an observance of the anniversary of the signing of our nation’s most treasured document, the Constitution.

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Both Laurens County public school districts, 55 and 56, are back to regular schedules after the remnants of Hurricane Florence passed through the area on Sunday.

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