Car
Friday, February 27, 2015
Posted by pa.bennett
Ignorance of the law is no excuse, but we’ve all probably unknowingly broken some law. Take for example South Carolina Code of Laws 56-5-2570. Over the last several weeks, we’ve experienced some unusually cold weather for South Carolina. With overnight lows in the teens several days... + continue reading
Beaufort
Friday, February 27, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
There’s a new walking tour whose aim is to show Beaufort through a new lens to curious locals and tourists alike. According to the Island Packet, “Nichole Myers and Jennifer Stanley, both of Beaufort, are launching historic photo walking tours in a new business called Beaufort... + continue reading
Friday, February 27, 2015
Posted by a.crouch
Jason and Susan Smith’s first daughter, Emerson Rose, passed away at 2 and ½ months old because of a congenital heart defect, which is the number one birth defect in the United States. After her death, and through their faith, they started the Emerson Rose Foundation. The mission of... + continue reading
Bass
Friday, February 27, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
Dutch Fork High School football standout Tyler Bass has earned a national award recognizing the country’s top high school placekicker. The Chris Sailer Award is presented annually to the national high school Placekicker of the Year. Bass received the award during an event in Las Vegas,... + continue reading
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Posted by a.crouch
In an article published by The State, S.C. Chief Justice Jean Toal delivered her 15th and final State of the Judiciary speech to the General Assembly on Wednesday, Feb. 25. The State reports that lawmakers conveyed that Toal’s career will be marked most by her commitment to bringing the... + continue reading
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Legislative Issues and Education in South Carolina
Congressman Jeff Duncan talks about the issues in Washington D.C. including our national security. We spotlight a reading initiative in Dillion County. Also, a story of one family's quest to help children in the wake of their own tragedy. Watch Thursday, February 26th at 7:30 PM only on South Carolina ETV. + continue reading
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This week on Palmetto Scene we sit down with Congressman Jim Clyburn to talk about civil rights, politics and looking forward to 2016. We take a look back 50 years with Rock Hill's Friendship Nine and get a quick legislative update from the State House. THURSDAY February 19th at 7:30pm on SCETV. + continue reading

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Bass
Friday, 02/27/15
Dutch Fork High School football standout Tyler Bass has earned a national award recognizing the country’s top high school placekicker. The Chris Sailer Award is presented annually to the... + continue reading

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Beaufort
Friday, 02/27/15
There’s a new walking tour whose aim is to show Beaufort through a new lens to curious locals and tourists alike. According to the Island Packet, “Nichole Myers and Jennifer Stanley,... + continue reading

Education

education
Wednesday, 02/25/15
This podcast features Dana Yow, communications director for the state’s Education Oversight Committee. She explains standardized testing changes that will affect the vast majority of public... + continue reading

Health

Friday, 02/27/15
Jason and Susan Smith’s first daughter, Emerson Rose, passed away at 2 and ½ months old because of a congenital heart defect, which is the number one birth defect in the United States.... + continue reading

Politics

Thursday, 02/26/15
In an article published by The State, S.C. Chief Justice Jean Toal delivered her 15th and final State of the Judiciary speech to the General Assembly on Wednesday, Feb. 25. The State reports that... + continue reading

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injuries
Wednesday, 02/18/15
According to the College Football Assistance Fund, 10% of all college football players sustain brain injuries. Football players with brain injuries are six times as likely to sustain new injuries... + continue reading