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A union of states with their own autonomy, yet working together as one nation. As colonies, the people of this great land were being victimized by a centralized government that was wholly out of touch with their needs, ruling them as subjects from
Some guys are hurt more than me and they can't play right now. "I'm just glad I got 72 holes in and I can play golf again. "Something like this week was a good thing for me just to come out and play and get the competitive juices going again and
Missouri junior Evan Boehm admits there were some frustrating moments last spring as he transitioned to center. More News He started all 12 games as a true freshman at left guard before deciding to switch positions, spending countless hours outside
A Columbia advisory panel researching a proposed ordinance that would decriminalize cultivation of small amounts of marijuana has agreed to work with the city's Board of Health on the issue before making a recommendation to the City Council this
Washington's 2014 salmon seasons were figuratively set in stone with the final gavel of the Pacific Fisheries Management Council's annual salmon season-setting session Thursday, April 10. Washington waters and off the coast over the next nine months.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier didn't get a lot of answers out of spring practice, but for once he came in without a lot of questions. Spurrier said after Saturday's spring game that he will wait until fall practice to name a backup quarterback.
The University of South Carolina is wrapping up its yearlong commemoration of the 50th anniversary of its desegregation with music, dance and gospel tunes. The event is scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Koger Center for the Arts. The event
April 12, 2014 A star-studded show celebrating the music of Bob Dylan , televised around the world thirty years after the release of his first Columbia recording, 1962's Bob Dylan , could have been seen as swan song; after all, Dylan was in a period
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Gov. Nikki Haley's Republican opponent said Friday that he's decided to bypass the primary and become a petition candidate in November. Tom Ervin's decision to withdraw from the June primary comes less than two weeks after he filed to run as a