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SC Lede: COVID-19 — A Year In Four Months

July 18, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Prisma Health Infectious Disease physician Dr. Robin LaCroix

On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 18, 2020, we bring you the latest on Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-SC) attempts to reshore medical manufacturing jobs to the US, recent polling on how South Carolinians feel about masks and working from home, and updates on...

Storytime with SCETV: Good Night South Carolina

July 17, 2020 - Posted in Education
Richard Cohn

Good Night South Carolina By: Adam Gamble and Mark Jasper | Illustrator: Cooper Kelley Read by: Richard Cohn, ETV Commission Chairman At-Large Good Night South Carolina explores Hilton Head, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Columbia, Greenville, Pawley’s Island, lighthouses,...

Gov. McMaster and GOP Leaders Demand Schools Open for Face-To-Face Teaching

July 17, 2020 - Posted in News by Alfred Turner
Gov. Henry McMaster at his Statehouse announcement on Wednesday, July 25, 2020.

Education Superintendent Spearman, District Superintendents, and Democrats Criticize as Premature and Unsafe While there appears to be overwhelming support to re-open South Carolina’s public schools this fall, the question of how to open them safely has become a contentious...

Changes in Consumer Behavior Post-Pandemic

July 17, 2020 - Posted in Business by Alfred Turner
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There is no doubt that the pandemic and resulting quarantines have caused some perhaps permanent shifts in consumer attitudes and behavior. Which is why our next guest’s company has begun conducting studies to discover how consumers in our area (North and South Carolina)...

Tulip Trees

July 16, 2020 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Alfred Turner
A tulip tree in flower.

Liriodendron tulipifera is sometimes referred to as tulip tree, tulip poplar or yellow poplar, and the wood simply as "poplar", although not closely related to the true poplars. Other common names include canoewood, saddle-leaf tree, and white wood.

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Forcing Healthcare Providers to Reimagine the Way They Deliver Care

July 16, 2020 - Posted in Health by J. T. Hydrick
Healthcare providers are relying on telehealth to treat patients during the pandemic.

As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to evolve and expand, doctors and healthcare providers are continually being forced to reimagine the way they deliver care to their patients on a fundamental level. Providers are relying on live video appointments with patients,...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — Schoolhouse Bully Pulpit

July 16, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Gov. Henry McMaster at a July 15 press conference

At a July 15 press conference, Gov. Henry McMaster urged all South Carolina public schools to restart in-person classes the day after Labor Day and give parents the option of face-to-face instruction. Credit SCETV On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 16, 2020...

Mental Health First Aid

July 14, 2020 - Posted in Education by Karen Hermann
Entramce to Easley high School

Mental Health First Aid Mental Health America’s 2020 report on The State of Mental Health in America ranked South Carolina 48th out of 51 citing a higher prevalence of mental illness, and lower rates of access to care. South Carolina ranked 50th out of 51 in the category of...

The Fall of Reconstruction, Rise of Jim Crow Created Missed Opportunities for Women's Suffrage

July 14, 2020 - Posted in News by Thelisha Eaddy
US Postal Service 19th Amendment: Women Vote stamp. Inspired by historic photographs, the stamp features a stylized illustration of suffragists marching in a parade or other public demonstration.

The women’s suffrage movement was a decades-long fight that most historians place starting with the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention . But there are some who place the nearly 100-year struggle starting, in earnest, decades before the civil war with the proliferation of reform...

Investors are Looking for Crisis-Proof Companies

July 14, 2020 - Posted in Business by Alfred Turner
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With the disruptions that occurred in the stock market due to the pandemic, many investors are now focusing on companies that can endure crises like these. Mike Switzer interviews Joseph Costigan, a chartered financial analyst with Apricus Wealth in Beaufort, SC, and a...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — You Can Do It, Put Your Mask Into It

July 14, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman recently spoke to a Senate subcommittee on the reopening of schools plan

On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 14, 2020, we bring you recent comments by Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman on the reopening of schools this fall, excerpts of Sen. Tim Scott's (R-SC) conversation with FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn about the...

The Spanish Moss Trail

July 13, 2020 - Posted in Local by Sean Flynn
The Spanish Moss Trail

"Making It Grow" visits Beaufort, SC and talks with Volunteer Executive Director Dean Moss to learn more about the Spanish Moss Trail. This 10-mile greenway is a 12-foot wide, paved path dedicated to those who want to walk, run, bike, fish, skate, scoot or stroll ‒ offering...

Making It Grow - Extra: Neonicotinoids - Pt. 1

July 13, 2020 - Posted in Home by Alfred Turner
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Clemson Extension Agent and the host of Making It Grow , Amanda McNulty, talks with Dr. Juang-Horng (JC) Chong, Clemson Extension Associate Professor and Specialist, about neonicotinoids. (Part 1 of 3.)

Storytime with SCETV: Olivia Gave a Hug Today

July 13, 2020 - Posted in Education
Olivia Gave a Hug Today

Olivia Gave a Hug Today Written By: Karen Alexander and Gladys Grimaud Illustrations by: Karen Alexander and Valencia Goodwin Ready By: Karen Alexander As Karen Alexander approached her 40th birthday, she took a risk and “stepped out on faith,” mortgaging her house,...

Keisha Hawes | Women Vision SC Podcast

July 13, 2020 - Posted in Health by Alfred Turner
Keisha Hawes

Keisha Hawes was age 31 when she had a heart attack. She was a wife and mother, who was holding down several part-time jobs in the Charleston area to help to make ends meet. She has taken the experience of her heart attack as a way to “serve another purpose.” She said, “...