Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette Blogs
[img_assist|nid=25191|title=Three centuries at the bottom|desc=THE DAILY NEWS/CHUCK BECKLEY: An 8-foot cannon, weighing about 2,500 pounds, is brought aboard the research vessel Dan Moore on Monday from the site that is believed to be the wreck of the Queen Anne's Revenge.|link=node|align=center|width=450|height=297]
Graham Discusses "No Child Left Behind" with South Carolina Educators
WASHINGTON- Recently, U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) sat down with teachers, principles, and other education leaders in South Carolina to hear their ideas on how to improve No Child Left Behind (NCLB). The roundtable discussion took place at the University of South Carolina's College of Education.
[img_assist|nid=24986|title=Glenn McConnell|desc=Grace Beahm/The Post and Courier|link=node|align=center|width=300|height=450]
[img_assist|nid=24958|title=Oystering|desc=Megan Lovett/The Beaufort Gazette: As the tide rises to cover the oyster bed at Warsaw Flats, Richard Reeves collects his day's harvest, about 20 bushels. Reeves contracts with Maggioni Seafood, the largest commercial oyster company in Beaufort, with exclusive leases on 417.5 acres of oyster beds. |link=node|align=center|width=450|height=297]
SANTEE - A public forum on economic development became heated Monday when Santee residents questioned officials about plans for a $600 million-$700 million investment by a Dubai-based company.
It was Customer Appreciation Day at Hargray.
I stood between a limping gaggle of retirees and a FREE HOT DOG.
Talk about living life on the edge.
This is my version of the X-Games. Walking across an actual street was daring enough. But many of the motorists were so shocked to see a pedestrian they fainted and veered into the ditch.
[img_assist|nid=24904|title=|desc=Janet Blackmon Morgan/The Sun News: Ana Ortiz-Moore is a Realtor with New Home Conncetions located in the Burgess community of Horry County. Here she shows one of her listings in southern Horry County.|link=node|align=center|width=450|height=318]
[img_assist|nid=24883|title=Myrtle Beach instant city|desc=Mic Smith/The Post and Courier: Construction crews work on street buildings inside The Market Common at the old Myrtle Beach Air Base Wednesday.|link=node|align=center|width=450|height=315]