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Jackets have plenty riding on game

It sure sounds like Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson has something against the Southeastern Conference.

10/31/09 - 2:18am

Ford stars in Clemson rout

Jacoby Ford caught a touchdown and threw for his first career score as Clemson won its third consecutive game.

10/31/09 - 4:46pm

Keeney wins NBHA World Championships senior finals

Jeff Keeney of York, Pa., and Streakin USA posted a time of 14.476 to win the NBHA World Championships senior finals Friday night at James Brown Arena. Keeney, the 2007 NBHA senior champion, collected $989 with the victory. Rene Hefner of Lima, Ohio, and Diamantoe won the second division (14.993, ...

10/30/09 - 10:35pm

Musketeers rout Rebels

Mar-Quon Medlock threw touchdown passes to three different receivers as Richmond Academy stunned Region 3-AAAA co-leader Hephzibah.

10/30/09 - 10:34pm

Warriors clinch at least two home playoff games

LOUISVILLE, Ga. – B.J. Bostic accounted for 245 total yards and three touchdowns and Dontavious Kitchens rushed for two touchdowns as Jefferson County shut out Screven County 35-0 to clinch the No. 1 seed from Region 3-AA. The Warriors (9-0) guaranteed as many as two home postseason games. Jef...

10/30/09 - 9:46pm

Midland Valley gets home playoff game

AIKEN - Playing for home field advantage in the first round of the playoffs, Midland Valley dominated on the road in a 21-3 victory over South Aiken. The Mustangs defense, with nose guard Max Kizer clogging the middle, kept South Aiken out of the end zone and also contributed on the scoreboard. Tev...

10/30/09 - 9:43pm

Suspects named in Bath meth case

BATH – Aiken County Sheriff Office has named two suspects wanted for running a meth lab in a mobile home. David Blanken Sr., 45, and Mary Catherine Washington-Blanken, 39, both of Bay Street, are wanted on charges of trafficking methamphetamine and manufacturing and distributing methamphetamin...

10/30/09 - 5:14pm

Civil rights group elects MLK's daughter president

The Rev. Bernice King chosen as its eighth president today.

10/30/09 - 7:21pm

Former SC worker at SRS sues, claiming discrimination

AIKEN — A former South Carolina worker at the Savannah River Site has filed a federal lawsuit, claiming racial and religious discrimination by co-workers. The Aiken Standard reported today that 41-year-old Al Zeiny sued his former employer in U.S. District Court in Aiken. The Egyptian native w...

10/30/09 - 4:28pm

Program honors SRS pioneers

Quiet heroes remembered for their work.

10/30/09 - 5:27pm
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