February 17, 2015
Crews from a number of the state's electric cooperatives are helping their neighbors in the northern part of South Carolina after freezing rain and ice caused power outages throughout the Upstate.
February 16, 2015
Electric cooperatives in South Carolina are monitoring a weather system that may produce icy conditions in some parts of the state. The National Weather Service in Columbia predicts a wintry mix of ice pellets and freezing rain could begin in the early afternoon Monday in the Upstate.
S.C.'s largest delegation ever returned June 19 from five days in the nation's capital, visiting monuments and museums, meeting with the state's representatives in Congress and helping the Washington Youth Tour mark its 50th anniversary.
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