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Clemson: horror movie?

Just a great, all-round team that will, again, be a tremendous challenge for our ball club.”
Of the near laughter Clemson pulled off against the Tar Heels, one where the Tigers had seven touchdowns and 324 yards rushing, Bicknell said “it was just unbelievable.
“It was a total mess for North Carolina. Hopefully, we can keep that from happening this week, but it’s going to take a tremendous effort from our players.
It’s going to be a matter of coming out ready to play, stay focused the entire game and preventing mistakes.

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Let economy be the focus

While the city’s administration negotiates with consultants and developers about new developments, the Chamber is ensuring businesses have the opportunity to grow by seeking to spread information that could help them prosper.
Many attendees of the summit left with packets of flyers and numbers for networking.
One of those resources could make the difference as to whether that small business ever comes to fruition or is relegated to what could have been.
Large franchises have a lot of tourist pull, but the locally-owned businesses give a community its identity.

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Inspector Brown is on the trail

Current council members and others involved have dropped hints — the biggest coming last week at a Chamber-sponsored economic summit — but nothing has been revealed.
Consultant Ron Norwood told those gathered at the summit (which provided a wealth of good information for small businesses) that his project is now “past the talking stage.” He spoke for about five to 10 minutes on the project, while I sat in the back anxiously awaiting a word that would define the project; I never got it.

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Lights shine for upcoming RCT production

“Before (the renovation), RCT was performing at all different places so we would built a box-type set,” he said. “But in the Dixie we really have a chance to work with more creative design sets.”
For some plays, such as RCT’s production of “Little Women” (2004), a more permanent structure such as a box set is appropriate because all of the scenes take place in the same room.

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