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Tabitha Safdi and Rebecca Dymock
Teacher Recruitment, HAM Radio, Active Shooter Training
Local Artists Sanford Greene, Susan Lenz, Andy White
Interesting Places in S.C.
Palmetto Scene Episode 1816
Single Fathers Project
Summer Reading Programs
Snakes, Turtles, Animal Rescue
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September 20, 2018
RT @schofieldmiddle: TONIGHT! Watch Annie Matson, member of our HAM Radio Club, interview with @SCETV for @PalmettoScene. The episode airs…
September 18, 2018
Governor McMaster and Team South Carolina update us on the storm recovery and river flooding.
#Florence #SCWX #SCEIN
September 16, 2018
Governor Henry McMaster and Team South Carolina update us on Tropical Depression Florence and it's impact on our state. #Florence #SCWX #SCEIN
September 15, 2018
Governor Henry McMaster and Team South Carolina update us on Tropical Storm Florence and it's impact on our state. #Florence #SCWX #SCEIN
RT @ThisWeekinSC: For news from the coast follow @GavinJackson. #scwx
September 14, 2018
Governor Henry McMaster and Team South Carolina update us on Hurricane Florence and it's potential impact on our state. #Florence #SCWX #SCEIN
RT @SCETV: Eye is almost completely on land near #KureBeach #CarolinaBeach. Flash Flood Warning #NewHanover #Pender #Bladen #Brunswick #Co…
September 13, 2018
Florence Convention Center is a mustering site for Duke Energy linemen from Florida. They have a 2000 person capacity.
From SCETV's Gavin Jackson reporting from the field.
Florence Convention Center is a mustering site for Duke Energy linemen from Florida
While we await Hurricane Florence, we look at the importance, and future, of amateur radio.
With Hurricane Florence off the coast, we look at the importance of HAM radio and the future of this technology.
As Hurricane Florence approaches the Carolina coastline, South Carolinians are preparing and evacuating. South Carolina's Emergency Management Division advises having an emergency kit ready whether you are traveling to stay with friends and family, going to a shelter, or staying at home where there could be power outages and other damage.
As the storm will likely not take effect in South Carolina until late Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15, there is still time to prepare. However, as hurricane season is still underway in South Carolina, it is good to know what you should have ready for future hurricane events.
Visit https://scemd.org/ to learn more about hurricane and emergency preparedness.
While you're waiting on Florence, watch an all new episode tonight at 7:30 on @SCETV. Meet some interesting artists…
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