EUTAWVILLE -- Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office Capt. James Green will provide information on how to avoid some of the greatest dangers facing today’s drivers when he speaks at the first-ever Stop Drinking, Driving and Texting Campaign at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Eutawville Community Center.Byron Brown, founder and organizer of the event, said the winners of the Samuel George Brown Stop Drinking and Driving Essay Contest will also be recognized during the program.
The National Rifle Association, the gun rights advocates, has no doubt crossed the line in its recent attack on the New York Times and other leading publishers. Known as Digital Content Next, the trade group stated in a letter that it was taken back by the criticism of the Times. The message was in response to a video in which the NRA attacked the newspaper as "an untrustworthy, dishonest rag."
Andre Smith thought he was going to get McMinn County on the board, down 14-0 late in the first quarter, when he found a burst of speed and went past midfield, trucking up the sideline towards the end zone.But, Maryville’s Byron Brown had other ideas, turning on his own jets and sprinting upfield to drag down the freshman at the Rebel 36, halting the Cherokees’ potential momentum-changing play.It was as close as McMinn County got on Friday night, as it converted four first downs and managed...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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