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10:19 pm on Sunday June 3, 2012

Notes on Quotes-Edgar Allan Poe on Sweating It Out!

By Gordon Mercer and Marcia Gaines Mercer         “The best things in life make you sweaty.”  Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849    Author and poet, Edgar Allan Poe, was stationed in the U. S. Army at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island under the name of...
6:52 am on Thursday May 17, 2012

#MYRsports: Top games on the NCAA football schedule: North

Original image by Flickr User: juggernautco No, the person who photoshopped this does not have an OSU bias.... Every week for five weeks I will write a column on my top games on the NCAA Schedule. For four weeks we will go region by region (1....
12:35 pm on Wednesday April 25, 2012

RPWB Donates to SC Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital As Part of its ‘Ten Months of Giving’ Charity Campaign

 Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, LLC (RPWB) announced today a gift of $5,000 to South Carolina Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital. This gift was made as part of RPWB’s “10 Months of Giving” campaign, an initiative to give $55,000 to area...
7:45 am on Wednesday November 25, 2009

Fort Jackson setting the tables for 15,000 Turkey dinners

Image by Flickr user heraldpostImage by 20091125-army.jpgFood staff at the Army's largest training installation, Fort Jackson, are gearing up to serve the 15,000 South Carolina based soldiers a massive Thanksgiving meal. And you thought your guest...
9:06 am on Thursday June 11, 2009

'I'm here for the Army,' Colbert goes through basic training

Image by Colbert NationImage by 20090611-training.jpg A while back we mentioned that Stephen Colbert went through basic training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, well now the two parts have aired. So, go on watch them: The Colbert Report Mon - Thurs 11...
5:27 pm on Monday September 29, 2008

Soldier laid to rest in North Charleston

Army Staff Sgt. Matthew Joseph Taylor, and Charleston local, was laid to rest on Sunday after a funeral service at New Covenant Church of God in North Charleston. He died in Baghdad from "small arms fire wounds suffered while on patrol" on Sunday,...
5:24 am on Wednesday September 24, 2008

Charleston local dies while on patrol in Baghdad

Army Staff Sgt. Matthew Joseph Taylor, and Charleston local, has died in Baghdad from "small arms fire wounds suffered while on patrol" on Sunday, September 21. The 25-year-old had enlisted in the Army in November 2001 and was on his 3rd tour of...
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