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Travel: Hawksnest Tubing took me for a ride

Boone, NC – Having a four-year-old and not much money, the wife and I don’t get out of our beloved South Carolina very often, so we aim to make every vacation extra special. Well, they don’t get much more special than our visit to Hawksnest Tubing resort just outside of Boone, North Carolina.

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Tiger Woods boycotted SC women over Confederate flag issue

The new question seems to be not who Tiger has slept with, but who he hasn’t. The answer? The women of South Carolina.

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DeMint denies foreign intervention, claims Honduran getaway with male companions

Washinton, DC – Senator Jim DeMint is denying claims that he was countermanding U.S. policy towards Honduras during a trip there this past weekend, saying instead that he was just taking a break with a three male companions from Congress in the Central American hot spot.

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Ken Burns’ National Parks documentary to highlight DeMint’s contributions

Washington, DC – An upcoming segment of Ken Burns’ documentary, “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea” will prominently feature South Carolina’s Senator Jim DeMint.

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Lizard Man Merges with Chupacabra

Mayesville – Scrape Ore Swamp’s Lizard Man announced to day an impending merger with the Chupacabra, a lizard-like terror developed in Puerto Rico. The Lizard Man is a moderately famous three-fingered, nine foot tall, scaly green resident of Lee County. Puerto Rico’s Chupacabra is a well known sucker of goats on the island and believed to be of extraterrestrial origin.

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Movement aims to replace SC flag

Andrews – South Carolina’s iconic flag has survived over two and a quarter centuries and a nationality change, but if a coalition of christian denominations gets it’s way, it’s days may be numbered.

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Sanfords visited red light district, SLED agents claim

Amsterdam – SLED agents assigned to secretly follow the governor and his family reported today that Governor Sanford and his wife Jenny left their four sons in a hotel while they cavorted in Amsterdam’s steamy red light district.

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Gitmo detainees to be held on floating prison on SC’s lakes

Santee – House Majority Whip Henry Clyburn announced that an agreement has been reached to end the long controversial holding of terror suspects on Guantanamo Bay. The plan will involve housing the 200+ detainees on a state of the art “floating Alcatraz” Clyburn said.

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