Friday Dec 6
Jacksonville Daily Progress
Cherokee County native files for commissioner
Glyn Dotson has announced his candidacy for Cherokee County Commissioner in Precinct 4. Dotson was born and raised in Cherokee County where he graduated from New Summerfield High School.
The Greenville News
Chapman Grove testament to one man's perseverance
Others save drowning swimmers or carry children from burning houses. A few, a very few, persevere and even flourish in spite of institutionalized racism and bigotry.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Jacksonville OKs zoning changes for former Lon Morris campus
Plans for the former Lon Morris College campus continue to move forward. On Tuesday, the Jacksonville City Council approved zone changes for 404 Devereaux St. and 410 Tilley St. Both went from "planned development" to "retail business district."
Wall Street Journal
Fewest Graduating Seniors in 20 Years Spell Trouble for Colleges
How steep is that demographic dip? That depends on the part of the country. Most college students attend a school within a radius of a few hundred miles of their home.
Family of South Carolina Man Last Seen At Club Three Years Ago Believes He's Stil Alive
Although African Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 33 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's database.