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Shoe drive to aid micro-businesses in poor countries
Shoe drive to aid micro-businesses in poor countries

Church of the Palms UMC is conducting a shoe drive through April 30 to raise funds for their choir to perform at a special concert in New York City.

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Outstanding Bluffton educators named top counselors in district
Carrie Carter
Outstanding Bluffton educators named top counselors in district

Carrie Carter, lead counselor of May River High School, has been named Beaufort County School District's 2019 School Counselor of the Year.

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Life in the ocean could be first casualty in seismic testing
Phytoplankton, the food base for krill, and therefore for the entire marine food chain, seen here through a microscope, are in danger of being killed off by air gun blasts used in seismic testing. Photo by NOOA
Life in the ocean could be first casualty in seismic testing

The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) recently authorized five companies to survey the ocean for oil and gas deposits using seismic air guns

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Beaufort Memorial seeks community input on local health needs
Artist rendering of the new Beaufort Memorial medical office building which is scheduled to open near Okatie Crossing next year. The facility is built in partnership with MUSC Health, and physicians from both hospitals will see patients there. COURTESY BE
Beaufort Memorial seeks community input on local health needs

Beaufort Memorial Hospital (BMH) is currently conducting a community health needs assessment

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