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2018 Carolina Yard of the year

October 17, 2018 - Posted in Making it Grow by Sean Flynn
Carolina Yard

Clemson Extension Agent Terasa Lott visits 2018 Carolina Yard of the Year Winner Cindy Collins on Lady’s Island in Beaufort County, SC and learned how she tries to keep her yard following the Carolina Yard principles of creating healthy, watershed-friendly landscapes.

Northern Pine Snake

October 17, 2018 - Posted in Expeditions by Patrick McMillan
Northern Pine Snake

Naturalist Patrick McMillan handles a Northern Pine Snake in the wild at the Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina. Expeditions with Patrick McMillan is presented nationally by South Carolina ETV through American Public Television (APT).

Life Sciences Research Facility Breaks Ground in Lowcountry

October 17, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Mike Switzer
Bob Quinn

We often talk about the importance of the automobile and aerospace industries to our state, but the life sciences also have a big impact: over 15,000 employees with an average salary of almost $80,000 and a total state economic impact of $11.4 billion. And that’s exactly...

Rocket, Sand Sculpture part of State Fair Traditions

October 16, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Tut Underwood
Near the beginning, a dinosaur begins to emerge from a frame packed with sand.

October brings many things to South Carolina - more football, turning leaves, cooler temps (we hope!). And one of the fall's most anticipated events is the South Carolina State Fair. Long-time fairgoers have established many traditions they associate with the fair, but "...

A Successful 60th Anniversary Celebration!

October 16, 2018 - Posted in SCETV Regionals by Kaitlyn Cannon
Jet Propulsion and Smart Cat at ETV Carolinas in Rock Hill

It was a brisk, sunny Fall afternoon as the ETV team and members of the community gathered at ETV Carolinas in Rock Hill on October 14th to celebrate South Carolina Educational Television's 60th Anniversary. As children ran around enthusiastically showing off their...

Bee Well Honey

October 16, 2018 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by Jenna Schiferl

There’s nothing as sweet as honey. We visited a bee colony in the Upstate to see just how important the honey bee….and its honey…is in everyday life.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

October 16, 2018 - Posted in Health by Bobbi Conner
Dr. Alyssa Rheingold

This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Alyssa Rheingold about obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and treatment with cognitive behavioral therapy. Dr. Rheingold is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Co-Director of the Sleep and Anxiety...

SC Lede: Nikki Haley Ghosted And Other October Surprises

October 16, 2018 - Posted in This Week in South Carolina by Gavin Jackson
Gavin Jackson (r) with Andy Shain (l) and Meg Kinnard in the South Carolina Public Radio studios on Monday, October 15.

On this edition of South Carolina Lede , host Gavin Jackson is joined by AP Reporter Meg Kinnard and Post and Courier Columbia Bureau Chief Andy Shain to discuss Nikki Haley's suprise announcement last week that she will be resigning from her position as United States...

Midterm Elections = Stock Market Volatility

October 16, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Mike Switzer
South Carolina Business Review logo

Midterm election years tend to be relatively volatile periods for the financial markets and our next guest says he expects 2018 to finish with that trend intact. Mike Switzer interviews Doug English, a certified financial planner and our resident market prognosticator with...

The Charleston Benne Wafer

October 15, 2018 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by Aimee Crouch
benne wafers

People from all around the world have been descending on the South, and South Carolina in general, for their unusual and delectable cuisine. We went down to Charleston to try a product made only in the Lowcountry.

Everything You Need To Know About Kudzu and the Kudzu Bug

October 15, 2018 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by Libby Dallis
Kudzu Bug

The Kudzu Bug, Megacopta cribraria, is an invasive species that was first detected in North America in 2009. The species feeds on legumes. Kudzu and soybeans are preferred legume hosts. When the species feeds on Kudzu, it is beneficial, as it was determined that the insect...

Art for Paws

October 15, 2018 - Posted in SCETV Regionals by Xiao Yu
Art for Paws art exhibition

Greenville art dealer Rob Rowen and his wife Suzanne Golden are ardent animal lovers. They approached Greenville County Animal Care, South Carolina’s largest open admission animal facility where Suzanne volunteers, to jointly present a unique art exhibition Art for Paws...

The Ghosts of Newberry

October 15, 2018 - Posted in Carolina Stories by William Richardson
The Ghosts of Newberry

Ghost of Madeline, Newberry, S.C. The legend of Madeline, the young woman who climbed the bell tower of Keller Hall at Newberry College, and while searching for her fiance', John, she slipped and fell to the ground with the bell tower rope wrapped around her neck, and was...

Early Stage Breast Cancer Treatment Update

October 15, 2018 - Posted in Health by Bobbi Conner
Dr. Antonio Giordano

This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Antonio Giordano about new treatment recommendations for many women with early stage breast cancer. Dr. Giordano is an Assistant Professor of Oncology and a researcher and oncologist, specializing in breast cancer at Hollings Cancer...

My Tour Through the Asylum: a Southern Integrationist's Memoir

October 15, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Alfred Turner
Dr. William Dufford

(Originally broadcast 04/06/18) - Immortalized in the writings of his most famous student, best-selling author Pat Conroy, veteran education administrator William E. Dufford has led an the life of a stalwart champion for social justice and equal access for all to the...