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Lanterns of Hope

Students in Action Club (SIA) of Wren High School presents… Lanterns of Hope! SIA is hosting a lantern festival on November 18th at Big Water Marina and Campground. It starts […]

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Poet's Nook

Poets Nook-Haikus for this November

By: Jay Wright – Foothills Writers Guild Haiku is a poetry form dating back to the ninth century. It has three non-rhyming lines andcontains seventeen syllables to convey a moment […]

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November – Our Annual Reminder to be Thankful

November As we start the 11th month so many things come to mind, like where has this year gone? How is it possible we have almost published a full year of […]

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Dacre Stoker to appear at Free Speaking Engagement

Free speaking engagement open to the public – at Anderson University Student Center on Nov 9th at 6 pm. DACRE STOKER, Great-grandnephew of Bram Stoker the author of Dracula, and best-selling author and researcher;

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Furry Friends

Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Senior Dog #1 Say hello to Cheese! Cheese is 7 years old and the bestest senior. He’s such a sweet boy and would love a FUREVER home for the upcoming […]

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Furry Friends People to Watch

November Person to Watch: Brandon Surratt

Sometimes we seek out a career field intentionally and hope that it becomes something we have a true talent and genuine love for. Sometimes a career finds us when we’re […]

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Getting Schooled

Stepping Out of Comfort Zone Leads to Opportunities for Prilliyah Rinnix

By: Lisa Garrett Prilliyah Rinnix hadn’t thought about establishing big or small career goals when she approached her senior year at Crescent High School.  She didn’t intend to go to college; […]

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Getting Schooled People to Watch

First-Generation Student Sets Example for Siblings

By – Lisa Garrett Last summer Luis Hernandez’s life changed over the course of a week when his supervisor at JTEKT North America asked him if he would like to […]

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Getting Schooled

TCTC-North Greenville Partnership Creates Pathway for Madison Rankin

Madison Rankin still thinks about – and is inspired by – two simple, yet impactful sentences her former instructor Meredith Dickens said to her following an end-of-the-year portfolio presentation she […]

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