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She was a life time member of Rock Springs Baptist Church in Iredell County near Turkeyfoot. She lived most of her adult life in Yadkin County. Visitation will be at South Oak Ridge Baptist Church from 4:30 - 5 p.m. on Friday, September 18, 2015. (Winston-Salem Journal)
Also, South Carolina schools don’t get any dollars from state or federal governments for construction or maintenance. That is part of why districts rely on local taxes for such projects. The quality of schools is a strong test of the overall health of a ... (Aiken Standard)
Forty-year-old James Alexander, who was also from Rutherford County and was driving the Jeep, was taken to Spartanburg Regional Hospital in South Carolina with non-life-threatening injuries. The wreck is still under investigation. (BlueRidgeNow)
An unexpectedly severe drought joined forces this summer with a relentless heat wave in a one-two punch that is knocking many South Carolina farmers off their ... “However, a deep-layered high-pressure ridge dominated this summer, leading to above ... (Southeast Farm Press)
A passenger in the Hollis vehicle, identified as Freddielee Antron Marshall, 24 of Ridge Spring, South Carolina was ejected and subsequently pinned beneath the vehicle. Marshall was pronounced dead at the scene by Fayette County Coroner Dr. Dennis Mesker. (Buckeye Country 105.5)
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