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Midlands Anchor is Seeking a Publishing and Events Intern

Midlands Anchor is a local news publication showcasing Midlands talent, events, philanthropy and development.  The mission of the Anchor is to connect engaged citizens through regionally relevant stories.   Job Description The Publishing and Events Intern will be responsible for assisting the CEO and Assistant Publisher, as well as gathering, publishing, and promoting Midlands event...
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Indah Coffee Opens in Cottontown

Indah Coffee will hold a grand opening for its new coffee café in the historic Cottontown Neighborhood from 7- 9 p.m. on May 2. Indah’s first retail location is now open limited hours — 7 a.m. to noon — Monday through Saturday in the redeveloped Dunn Electric Co. building at 2238 Sumter St. Starting May...
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A Small Town Police Chief with a Big Heart

As we sat down for our interview, a phone call came in. “Hi, is Chief Kevin in?” Chief Kevin. That’s the type of connection you get in Springdale. Located in West Columbia, SC, Springdale Police Department is the smallest 24-hour, full service department in Lexington County. The department has 8 officers on staff. Each officer...
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Deciphering What Is Fake News

WHAT:    Inform Yourself: News Media Literacy WHEN:    6 – 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27 WHERE:   Richland Library Main                 1431 Assembly Street Columbia, SC 29201 WHO:      Free & open to the public   Join Richland Library from 6 – 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 27 at our Main location (1431 Assembly Street) for Inform...
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Governor Proclaims Advocacy Day for Access & Independence

Governor McMaster signed a proclamation declaring April 26, 2017 Advocacy Day for Access & Independence. By signing the proclamation, Governor McMaster “encourages all South Carolinians to work together to destroy the barriers that hinder individuals with disabilities from becoming fully independent participants in our communities.”  The full proclamation is attached.  Advocacy Day for Access &...
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Representative Finlay files legislation to protect SCE&G electricity rate payers in future nuclear plant construction

Columbia, SC—Richland County Representative Kirkman Finlay has filed legislation (H.4022) in the South Carolina House that would better protect electricity ratepayers in future nuclear plant construction. The bill would amend the Base Load Review Act (BLRA), which enables a utility company to increase rates annually to pay for the construction financing costs when building power...
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