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Grant offered to groups collecting LGBTQ and BIPOC narratives

Heath Ellison

Applications for the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelly Foundation’s Broadening Narratives grant will be available Feb. 1-Mar. 26 online.

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Grant offered to groups collecting LGBTQ and BIPOC narratives

Applications for the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelly Foundation’s Broadening Narratives grant will be available Feb. 1-Mar. 26 online.

Brack: DHEC has trouble walking, chewing gum in pandemic

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) isn’t exactly a confidence-inspiring agency. Even before the coronavirus pandemic stretched its capacities and morale, the agency was a mess. The Great Recession of a dozen years ago caused big staffing and funding cuts. Its infectious disease unit, for example, lost half of its funding […]

SC senators call on McMaster to name COVID logistics leader

S.C. Sens. Nikki Setzler, D-West Columbia, and Stephen Golfinch, R-Murrells Inlet, have called on Gov. Henry McMaster to create a new director position responsible for spearheading the state’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution and nominated retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert E. Livingston Jr. for the role. Meanwhile, state health officials reported 3,528 new cases of the […]

Tennis Courts serves up its ‘Best Regards’ on EP

Indie rock band Tennis Courts released its new EP Best Regards Friday.