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By Tim Hager, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jul.
By Jonathan Cribbs, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jul. 11--Hand-held radio squawks ricocheted off the walls of Whale Branch Middle School on Thursday, and from the back door, it sounded faintly like a temporary NATO base had been set up inside. "Bravo ...
By Brandon Honig, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jul. 7--The Beaufort County Planning Commission on Monday recommended adding hundreds of homes and 150,000 square feet of commercial space to the Habersham community, but a dozen stipulations must be met to comply with the recommendation.
By Jeremy Hsieh, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jul. 1--Nitrogen gas makes up about three-fourths of the air we breathe, but when it's bound in certain soluble compounds and carried into our waterways, it can cause ecologically disruptive algae blooms and fish kills.
By Alexis Garrobo, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jun. 28--Tests of four residential wells near the site of a shuttered chemical plant have come back clean, state health officials said last week.
By Alexis Garrobo, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jun.
By Jeremy Hsieh, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jun. 21--Since finishing high school in 2006, Robert Howard, 19, said he's been serious about making a career out of music. "I'm trying to change mind states, you know? You don't have to do bad stuff to come up," he said Wednesday of his music.
By Alexis Garrobo, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jun. 16--If you want to shatter the illusion of safety, visit a hospital emergency room. It's there that medical professionals come across the worst cases.
By Alexis Garrobo, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jun. 14--Sweat drips from workers' bodies and brows even as the sun sets behind the 12-foot chain-link, barbed wire fence that surrounds a Lands End migrant camp.
By Jonathan Cribbs, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jun. 14--Three northern Beaufort County schools will have to offer their students the choice next year to transfer to other schools with better academic performance records because they have not met federal standards.
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