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Weekly Awards Presentation - Part 4 of 4

  1. 1. GENERAL NEWS PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Fort JacksonLeaderSusanne Kappler34th InfantryRegiment, pointsin the directionof ‘down range’
  2. 2. GENERAL NEWS PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Fort JacksonLeaderSusanne KapplerThe boundlessplayground
  3. 3. GENERAL NEWS PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Tribune-Times Gwinn Davis Hundreds of people packed Church for the funeral of Nicole Kingsborough
  4. 4. GENERAL NEWS PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe SummervilleJournal SceneStefan RogenmoserWaits in anticipationduring the final roundof the spelling bee
  5. 5. GENERAL NEWS PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionSECOND PLACEThe SummervilleJournal SceneLeslie CantuA man fishes offthe pier
  6. 6. GENERAL NEWS PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionFIRST PLACE The Hartsville Messenger Ardie Arvidson Therapy dog
  7. 7. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACENews-ChronicleRichard KellyStaying cool fromthe heat by ridinga tube atLake Secession
  8. 8. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe StarBill BengtsonWhoa! Luke Hardy dodgesa carbonated blast
  9. 9. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACECoastal ObserverTanya AckermanD. J. Kinginterviews hisgrandmotherJean Crouch during the Red Carpet Roll Out
  10. 10. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONThe BoilingSprings SentryWilliamBuchheitLincoln Rhodanand Riley Cariashad a big time at the Rally for Recovery
  11. 11. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisDonnie Ray cools off ashe works
  12. 12. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisAmanda Buchananenjoys the snow
  13. 13. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Tribune-Times Gwinn Davis Fun in the snow
  14. 14. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionHONORABLE MENTION The Gaffney Ledger Joe L. Hughes II Sneak-Up Dance
  15. 15. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe News & ReporterHolly HindmanFather and son attractor show
  16. 16. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionSECOND PLACEThe SummervilleJournal SceneLeslie CantuThe NationalAnthem duringthe ribbon cuttingceremony
  17. 17. FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionFIRST PLACEThe News & ReporterTravis JenkinsReflecting on thefallen
  18. 18. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONUnion County NewsPete CochranATV Dump
  19. 19. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONThe StarMike AdamsStephen Hammondfinds the hole andplows ahead
  20. 20. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONThe Woodruff NewsTrenton BrockPITSTOP
  21. 21. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACECoastal ObserverTanya AckermanBoyd Browncomes off hisboard
  22. 22. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Eagle-RecordDoug RogersHanhan @Woodland
  23. 23. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Union County News Pete Cochran Intense Pitcher
  24. 24. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisHillcrest’s BrittneyWashington andBritney Hollidaybattle for the ball
  25. 25. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisMann’s BradyHegwood collideswith Mauldin’sRamon Osuna
  26. 26. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Greer Citizen Mandy Ferguson Greer’s LeBrian Shiflet rises toward the rim
  27. 27. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONThe Summerville Journal SceneRoger LeeBattle for the ball
  28. 28. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Dillon HeraldJohnnie DanielsSummervilleDefeats ColletonCounty
  29. 29. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionSECOND PLACEThe News & ReporterTravis JenkinsLittle League ball
  30. 30. SPORTS ACTION PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionFIRST PLACE The News & Reporter Travis Jenkins Goat Roping
  31. 31. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE (TIE) News-Chronicle Debbie Rogers Andrew “Rudy” Cox (24) Celebrates a Bear win with Joe TerBeek
  32. 32. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE (TIE) The Berkeley Independent Dan Brown LeAnna Morrison displays the medals
  33. 33. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEMyrtle Beach HeraldAmanda KelleyMyrtle Beachsenior Hart Zwinghugs Aristen Bakuafter the Seahawkslost 2-1
  34. 34. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Union County News Pete Cochran Little Batter Focus
  35. 35. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONTribune-TimesGwinn DavisDespite losingthe gogglesHolly Tree races to the finish line
  36. 36. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisMauldin’s LexiStewart admiresher Gold Medal
  37. 37. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisRiver Walk’s StephenJohnson reacts towinning Gold
  38. 38. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Carolina Forest Chronicle Michael Smith Post game pep talk
  39. 39. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Press &StandardBrantley StricklandCoach Trippe’snight
  40. 40. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionSECOND PLACEThe SummervilleJournal SceneRoger LeeCamper AlexQuinton sends ashot into the net
  41. 41. SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionFIRST PLACE The News & Reporter Trenton Brock Waiting for victory
  42. 42. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACECoastal ObserverTanya AckermanRoy Gilbert makesguitars out of cigarboxes, cookie tins and silverware chests
  43. 43. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACECoastal ObserverTanya AckermanMildred Point, 99
  44. 44. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Manning Times Jason Lesley Pie in the face
  45. 45. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionHONORABLE MENTIONCharleston City PaperAdam ChandlerButcher Frank Marvin posesas he prepares to close thedoors of Marvin’s Meats for good
  46. 46. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisMauldin All-Statestandout DanaLanders is congratulated with kisses
  47. 47. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACETribune-TimesGwinn DavisRiley Carter workswith the balloon crew
  48. 48. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Tribune-Times Gwinn Davis American Indian, “Mother Earth”
  49. 49. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Lancaster NewsAaron MorrisonChase Gordon takesTerry Dearing for a“spin”
  50. 50. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Summerville Journal SceneStefan RogenmoserSuperintendent Joe Pye ishumbled as he receives astanding ovation at the Teacherof the Year dinner
  51. 51. PERSONALITY PHOTOGRAPH OR PORTRAIT Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionFIRST PLACE The Summerville Journal Scene Stefan Rogenmoser Children’s author Helen Lester plays kazoo
  52. 52. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Manning TimesVic MacDonaldLaurence Manning Academy football players
  53. 53. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe StarMike AdamsGUMC Bolvia Run
  54. 54. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE Coastal Observer Tanya Ackerman Mud Bowl
  55. 55. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Fort Jackson LeaderSusanne KapplerSoldiers with Company B, 187th Ordnance Battalion
  56. 56. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACECarolina Forest ChronicleMichael Smith1st annual Krispy Kreme 5Kand 10K challenge
  57. 57. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly Over 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Moultrie News Vickey Boyd Wando Marching Band
  58. 58. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe News & ReporterTrenton BrockGreat Falls wins state
  59. 59. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionSECOND PLACEThe News & ReporterHolly HindmanRichburg Fall festival
  60. 60. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Weekly 2/3 Times DivisionFIRST PLACE The News & Reporter Nancy Parsons Rodeo
  61. 61. GENERAL EXCELLENCE Weekly Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACENews and Press
  62. 62. GENERAL EXCELLENCE Weekly Under 6,000 Division COVERING AIRPORT, B-L, B-C, CHAPIN, DUTCH FORK, GILBERT, IRMO, LEXINGTON, PELION, SWANSEA, WHITE KNOLL, WYMAN KING Chronicle Chapin rallies past L E X I N GT G Swansea, Page C1 AND The Dispatch-News Readers reflect on 9-11 anniversary, Page B3 SINCE 1870 Thursday, September 8, 2011 | Vol. 140, 46th Edition | Four sections, 24 pages www.lexingtonchronicle.com | Lexington, S.C. | 75 CENTS WE WILL NEVER FORGETSECOND PLACE ZONING UPROAR: Neighbors of a proposed Lexington apartment com- plex upset over variance ruling, Page A2. 2011 ELECTION: Filing for most county muncipali- ties has ended. See who is running and who is not, Page A5. BLOCK PARTY: FA parade and block party will take place on Hendrix Street in Lexington Satur- day. Parade: 10 a.m. Block party: Noon - 10 p.m. TEN YEARS: Happy birthday to Gabriella Rose Wingard who was born September 11,2001. She is the daughter of E. David and AdelleLexington County Chronicle Wingard and attends New Providence Elementary School. Her granddaddy Roberts (Bob) attended the Old Providence School. She is the granddaughter of Ruth Wingard and the late Ernest R. Wingard Jr. of Lexington and also the late B.F and Clara S. Har- . rison of Clinton. CHRONICLE POLL Will South Carolina win& TheD ispatchN ews the SEC? Go online to vote at www.lexingtonchronicle.com Last month’s poll: Did the county really need to raise taxes? Yes 11% | No 89% OLD GRUMP _ | MARK BELLUNE | CHRONICLE FILE PHOTO Oscar Wilde had it right: “Always forgive your Former White Knoll Middle School students Tanya Gates (left) and Lexington County School District One Retired Assistant Superintendent enemies. Nothing annoys Damaris Collier hold the South Carolina Remembers banner at Ground Joyce Carter, SCRC Member and Irmo Fire Chief Mike Sonefeld, Dama- them so much.” He wasn’t Zero in New York Sept. 11, 2009. Lexington County residents in atten- ris’ mother Denise Collier, Laura Jones, Joe and Candy Alaimo, Damaris’ talking about our 9-11 dance include Tina Ocasio, WKMS Teacher Claudia Moose, SC Remem- father Dale Collier, and SCRC Chairman Dan Hennigan. A special 9-11 enemies but it works for bers Committee (SCRC) Member Lt. JJ Jones, SCRC Member and Remembrance report is inside this issue. me. Lets really annoy them on the 10th anniversary of Major donors helping to build Children’s Place their attacks on us. INSIDE TODAY _ | Business ..................... C3 Calendar ..................... C7 BY JERRY BELLUNE his wife Linda and Ron’s brother Ted ington. The problems begin for the chil- Church Guide .............A4 JerryBellune@yahoo.com and his wife Joanne. The Chris Myers Children’s Place dren when their mothers go home Classifieds .................. D1 Ted McGee was excited. The two brothers operate Hoover is named for the late son of 11th and back into the situations that put Columnists .............. C4-6 Four friends have come forward Metal Buildings. Circuit Solicitor Donnie Myers. them in Samaritan’s Well to begin Most Wanted ..............A6 to donate $250,000 to help him buy “Lexington County has been good Like Samaritan’s Well, the Chil- with, McGee said. Obituaries ...................A4 two large brick homes in Lexington to us,” Ron Hoover said. “We want- dren’s Place will be operated by McGee, who founded the S.C. Opinion .......................A7 for the Chris Myers Children’s Place. ed to give back to the community. Christ Central Ministries, a volun- Christian Chamber of Commerce Phantom Driver ...........A6 The donation will buy one of the “Seeing these homeless children is teer organization founded by former with Jones, said the churches need Sports ...................... C1-2 houses. terribly sad. They’re our future.” businessman Jimmy Jones. to become more involved. Accuracy and credibility are McGee is looking for a major do- The brothers saw the problems “I am excited to visit the various “There’s so much the faith com- our major concerns. If you nor to buy the other house and 14 children face when they built Sa- mission stations and see the recipi- munity can do,” he said. see an error, please e-mail acres surrounding the houses. maritan’s Well, a shelter for abused ents of ‘hope’ and ‘help’ through the “They need to teach mothers how markbellune@yahoo.com The donors are Ron Hoover and women and their children in Lex- army of volunteers,” Jones said. to be mothers.” or call 359-7633. Copyright 2011, Lexington Publishing Company, Inc. To Subscribe Call 359-7633 Mail to: Lexington County Chronicle Telephone:_________________________________________________ City Address ________________________________________________ Name Yes! I want to save money and subscribe! 1 Year $35 Lexington, SC 29071-0009 P Box 9 ______________________________State ___Zip________ ________________________________________________ .O. $47 (out-of-county add $12 postage) PHOTO BY VAL AUGUSTINE | CHRONICLE Chapin High School cheerleaders ride in the Chapin Labor Day Festival A full gallery is online at www.LexingtonChronicle.com and click on the Parade Monday morning. More photos from the event, pages A8, D-4. Big Blue Button on the righthand side of the home page.
  63. 63. GENERAL EXCELLENCE Weekly Under 6,000 Division ARR! Pirate attraction prepping for maiden voyage in MB | Page 3A VOL. 18 NO. 7 FEBRUARY 18, 2011 75 CENTS MARCH GLADNESS | Page 5B A SECOND STORE?FIRST PLACE County OKs plans for new Target BY CHARLES D. PERRY THE HERALD A second Target store is being planned for the Myrtle Beach area, Horry County officials said, but it’s unclear when the store will be built. County staff recently ap- proved a master plan for a Tar- get near the intersection of S.C. MyrtleB eachH erald 544 and U.S. 17 Bypass, said Janet Carter, the county’s plan- ning director. The site is close to the Atlanta FILE PHOTO Bread Company and Bob Registrants are joined by Evans restaurants. spectators as they run through “Of course, there will be other the parking lot of BB&T Coastal retail entities coming on board at a later date,” she said. “But for Field, where the 2010 Myrtle right now, that’s the only store Beach Marathon would that I’m aware of.” have finished. Last The Minneapolis-based re- year’s race was cancelled tail giant operates in 49 states due to inclement weather. with 1,752 stores, including one on Seaboard Street in Myrtle Beach. Target spokeswoman Sarah Van Nevel said the company doesn’t plan to open any stores in South Carolina this year, but she said that doesn’t mean it’s not planning to later. “We have information about stores actually opening in 2011 but nothing past that,” she said. Carter said the owner of the site being eyed by Target is MEPNJ Limited Partnership. Earlier this month, the coun- ty transferred Sayebrook Park- way, the road Atlanta Bread Company faces, back to MEPNJ, the original landowner. Carter said MEPNJ is plan- ning to create its own internal BY MATT MONTGOMERY AND AMANDA KELLEY Boulevard and Grissom Parkway, finishing at BB&T property owners association THE HERALD Schedule of events Coastal Field. that would be responsible for Friday, Feb. 18 It also takes runners through the Market Com- maintaining the road. Thousands of runners are flocking to the Grand mon shopping district, which Walsh hopes will in- • Runner’s Expo, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. As for what’s next, Carter said Strand to race in the annual Bi-Lo Myrtle Beach crease business in the city. Marathon Saturday. • Ripley’s Aquarium Family Fun Run, 5:30 - 6 p.m. that once the property is trans- Online registration for the half-marathon (13.1- ferred to Target, building plans Last year’s race was canceled after four inches of • RBC Bank 5K, 7 - 8 p.m. mile run) is full with all 3,850 slots spoken for. would likely be submitted to snow fell overnight, creating what officials said were Saturday, Feb. 19 There is still some room left in the 26.2-mile the county. unsafe conditions for volunteers and city workers to • BI-LO Marathon, 6:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. marathon, and runners can register at the expo, A representative for the prop- set up. • Dasani Half Marathon, 6:30 - 10:30 a.m. which runs from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. today at the erty owner told county leaders But most runners hit the streets anyway after the • House of Blues post-race party, 5 - 7 p.m. Myrtle Beach Convention Center. late last year that the company morning sun melted the white fluff into puddles. The day before the race kicks off, there is also a 5K hopes to close on the project in March. “There were people that still said, ‘To heck with it. We came to run and we’re going to run,’” marathon Runner’s Expo race sponsored by RBC Bank as well as the Ripley’s Family Fun Run, which is a mile-long course director Shaun Walsh said. Where - Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 around Broadway at the Beach. Charles D. Perry • 488-7258 Weather is uncontrollable, Walsh said, but many N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach There is still room for runners in the 5K, and en- of last year’s runners came from much colder places More info - Expo is free and open to the public. trance to the race costs $50 at the expo. For the fam- and the snowy situation was familiar. Call (843) 236-2714 or visit mbmarathon.com. ily fun run, there is no limit to the number of run- So they ran anyway. ners and the cost is $15 per person. “For the most part, runners are a hardy bunch,” There are a few changes to the race this year, in- Overall, Walsh expects about 10,000 people will Walsh said. “Those that come have sacrificed time cluding a new route, Walsh said. participate in the event. and effort just to be fit enough to run. They’ve also The route is actually the same one that was sup- A post-race party will be held at the House of spent good money to be able to come to the event.” posed to be used last year, but because of the can- Blues on Saturday. That event is open to the general Weather doesn’t appear to be a problem this year. cellation it was never officially unveiled. public. While it’s of no additional cost to race partici- As of press time, the National Weather Service was The track showcases some of the best parts of pants, forecasting sunny skies for the race with a high of 65 Myrtle Beach. degrees. Runners will travel along Kings Highway, Ocean See MARATHON, Page 2A INSIDE Surfside police ‘manifesto’ makes some uneasy memo he calls a “manifesto,” concerned after several resi- there ready to kill people.’” federal agency. SPORTS ........................................1B LIFESTYLE ......................................9A OBITUARIES ....................................8A Chief calls which outlines some tips for officers, including an old CIA dents complained. She eventually asked that Frederick thinks the criti- cism about the document has “We never want to kill peo- ple,” Frederick said. “That’s MY SENIOR MOMENT ..........................5A RONDA RICH ................................... 5A OPINION .......................................4A criticism saying: “Be polite, be profes- sional, but have a plan to kill the line be removed from the chief’s memo. been overblown. He calls his memo a how- just nuts. The point was that if the CIA can be nice to people, everyone you meet.” “I am the daughter of a re- to-guide, and he said he’s then the Surfside Beach PD CALENDAR .....................................6A overblown Frederick’s manifesto — and particularly that line — tired police officer,” Blair said. “So I understood what Chief sent similar tips to employees under his supervision for the can certainly be nice.” “The off-hand reference to BY AMANDA KELLEY hasn’t settled well with some Frederick meant — always be last 20 years. a very old cop/soldier joke THE HERALD town residents. prepared. The advice in the letter, he was simply a device,” he said. “I do not agree with Chief “They put their lives at risk said, has been given to him “An attempt to remind our of- Mike Frederick insists he Frederick’s manifesto,” Surf- and on the line every day in over the years and helped ficers not to use the undeni- doesn’t want to kill anyone. side’s Tom Dodge said during potentially dangerous situa- him survive in the military able danger and risk they face He just wants his officers to a recent council meeting. tions, but … there are some and on multiple police de- every day as an excuse to be be safe. Councilwoman Vicki Blair people here who take things partments. rude. Our officers here in That, the Surfside police said the wording didn’t both- literally that would think, ‘Oh He even served on a count- See MANIFESTO, Page 2A chief said, is why he wrote a er her initially, but she grew my gosh! We have officers out er-terrorism task force with a

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