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"How could you be sick of a such a magnificent song that's had such a rise?" said Ketch Secor, who also plays fiddle, banjo and harmonica, in the band.
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Golf in this area of S Carolina and Georgia is known for its large elevation changes.
The South Fork of the Edisto River recently was included on a list of the nation's 10 most endangered waterways by American Rivers, a national environmental group.
Staff photo by Teddy Kulmala Christina Freeman, left, models a purse while Tonyia Hood looks through stuffed animals at the Brothers and Sisters of Aiken County community service project on Friday.
STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTON Suzette Meyers, left, with her daughter Meghan Green and grandson Cameron, dance along to the music during the Hopelands Concert Series in 2013.
STAFF PHOTO BY ROB NOVIT These South Aiken High School students are enthused about a new program called the Leadership Group - helping them learn ways they can impact the school's culture.
Staff photo by Maayan Schechter Aiken County Building Inspector Paul Worrall, left, and Aiken County Official Building Inspector Rick Hallman check off electrical work at the new Aiken County Government Center on Thursday.
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Staff photo by Maayan Schechter Sitting next to Aiken City Manager Richard Pearce, left, the City's Engineering and Utilities Department Director George Grinton discussed with City Council and staff the priorities, goals and budgets for the department for the next budget year, during a workshop on Thursday.
Staff photo by Derrek Asberry SRS financial officer Doug Hintze discussed the SRS budget on Thursday during a forum at Aiken Tech.
Staff photo by Derrek Asberry U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C. explains the importance of the MOX project during a campaign tour stop at the Aiken GOP Headquarters.
Chris Sokoloski/Times As part of the remodel of the Georgetown High School auditorium, the stage area has been expanded.
About two weeks ago 18-year-old William Heggs' commute to from Aiken to an Adult Education class in Newberry took a heroic turn.
Submitted Photo by Psychology Today The SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare is running a contest for those who resemble their pets.
Matthew Cansler, of Aiken, will be inducted into the National Jr. Honor Society on April 24 in Columbia.