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  1. 1. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Daily Over 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The State Gerry MelendezCollege World Series
  2. 2. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Daily Over 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The State Gerry MelendezUnclaimed dead buried
  3. 3. PHOTO SERIES OR PHOTO STORY Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The State Gerry MelendezComing Home
  4. 4. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Daily Under 20,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Index-Journal Matt WalshHouse of Thirteen
  5. 5. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Daily Under 20,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The Item Rob CottinghamGraduation
  6. 6. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Daily Under 20,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Times and Democrat Christopher HuffDangers of depression
  7. 7. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Daily Over 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The Post and Courier Grace BeahmBourbon
  8. 8. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Daily Over 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The State Kim Kim Foster-TobinSpa
  9. 9. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The State Kim Kim Foster-TobinBrooklyn Mack
  10. 10. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Under 20,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Index-Journal Jamie Neff
  11. 11. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Under 20,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The Island Packet Angela Hamilton
  12. 12. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Under 20,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Times and Democrat Emery Glover
  13. 13. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Herald-Journal
  14. 14. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: Independent Mail
  15. 15. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Herald
  16. 16. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Over 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The Greenville News Bill Fox
  17. 17. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Over 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The State Gary Ward, Kelly Davis, Darren Price, Rachael Lowe, Dwayne McLemore and Aubrey Jenkins
  18. 18. DAILY NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE AND BEST OF THE BEST: The Post and Courier
  19. 19. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGEAll Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions Combined THIRD PLACE: The Times and Democrat A Fatal Night for Football
  20. 20. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGEAll Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions Combined SECOND PLACE: The Times and Democrat The Avengers
  21. 21. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGE All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE: The Times and DemocratSlammin’ and Jammin’
  22. 22. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGE Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedHONORABLE MENTION:Herald-JournalTanzania on two wheels
  23. 23. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGE Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedTHIRD PLACE: The Post and CourierCooper River Bridge Run
  24. 24. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGE Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedSECOND PLACE: The Post and CourierSpoleto
  25. 25. INTEGRATION OF PRINT AND WEB COVERAGE Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE: The Post and CourierStorm of Money
  26. 26. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedSECOND PLACE: Index-Journal Matt Walsh2012 football preview
  27. 27. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE: The Beaufort Gazette Jonathan DyerLearning by example
  28. 28. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Independent Mail Nathan GrayClemson bands toperform at Olympics
  29. 29. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: Independent Mail Nathan GraySwim lessons for adults
  30. 30. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: Herald-Journal Tim KimzeySteam locomotivestops at hubcity traindepot
  31. 31. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Over 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The Post and Courier Grace BeahmLowcountry Flooding
  32. 32. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Over 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The Post and Courier Wade SpeesJack’s Jazz Procession
  33. 33. PHOTO GALLERY ON A NEWSPAPER WEBSITE Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Post and Courier Grace BeahmBulls Island Winter Bow Hunt
  34. 34. ONLINE SPOT NEWS VIDEO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The Times and Democrat Larry HardyTanker overturns
  35. 35. ONLINE SPOT NEWS VIDEO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The Times and Democrat Emery GloverWorse than any hoarder
  36. 36. ONLINE SPOT NEWS VIDEO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Times and Democrat Larry HardyWe Want Justice
  37. 37. ONLINE SPOT NEWS VIDEO Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedTHIRD PLACE: The Greenville News John OlsonNeighbors Hold Suspect
  38. 38. ONLINE SPOT NEWS VIDEO Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedSECOND PLACE: Independent Mail Ken RuinardWoman Rescued fromBurning Car
  39. 39. ONLINE SPOT NEWS VIDEO Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE: Independent Mail Sefton IpockHomicide on C Street
  40. 40. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedSECOND PLACE: The Island Packet Sarah WelliverThe Road to State
  41. 41. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE: The Island Packet Sarah WelliverWheelchair tennischampionships
  42. 42. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Independent Mail Ken RuinardSpeedy in the Sky
  43. 43. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: Morning News John D. RussellMarlboro County Bulldogs
  44. 44. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: Herald-Journal Tim KimzeyShriner’s Bowl
  45. 45. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO Daily Over 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The Post and Courier Chris HancloskyTennis
  46. 46. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO Daily Over 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The Greenville News Mykal McEldowneyTrevor Smith
  47. 47. ONLINE SPORTS VIDEO Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The State Tracy GlantzStrong Hands
  48. 48. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedHONORABLE MENTION:The Times and DemocratLarry HardySnake shootingleads to SWAT response
  49. 49. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedTHIRD PLACE: Index-Journal Matt WalshHot dog eating contests
  50. 50. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedSECOND PLACE: The Island Packet Sarah WelliverMission Accomplished
  51. 51. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO All Weekly & Daily Under 20,000 Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE: The Island Packet Sarah WelliverDawn of Freedom
  52. 52. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Morning News John SweeneyGun-toting Granny
  53. 53. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: Herald-Journal Tim KimzeyOfficer Keith
  54. 54. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO Daily 20,000 - 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: Morning News Rebecca J. DuckerBaptism Behind Bars
  55. 55. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO Daily Over 50,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: The Greenville News Mykal McEldowneyLake Jocassee
  56. 56. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO Daily Over 50,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: The Post and Courier Grace BeahmPet Squirrel
  57. 57. ONLINE GENERAL NEWS/ FEATURE VIDEO Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Post and Courier Chris HancloskyPGA Tour
  58. 58. GENERAL EXCELLENCE Daily Under 20,000 Division Inside today’s edition SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2012 All-Lakelands 5 SECTIONS, 38 PAGES Politics: Santorum seizes win in Louisiana, 6A basketball teams, 1B DAILY 75¢, SUNDAY $1.50 Accent: Lander film festival kicks off next week, 1C www.indexjournal.com VOL. 93, NO. 330 ‘I DEFINITELY AM INNOCENT’ Mayoral candidate refuses to discuss details of Jan. 30 DUI charge LeRoy Martin, a candidate for mayor By RUSSELL COX of McCormick and the “Can we just rig something up? ... I know we’re on tape.” town’s former police and SCOTT J. BRYAN Index-Journal staff — LeRoy Martin talking to a law enforcement officer chief, speaks Tuesday during a blood alcohol content test Jan. 30 at the McCormick McCORMICK — Faced with a driv- Library about his DUI ing under the influence charge that his innocence Tuesday afternoon dur- truck was found in a ditch outside his charge and his bid for could torpedo his campaign for mayor ing an interview with the Index-Jour- home at 504 Talbert Road, McCormick. elected office. of McCormick, former police chief nal. SCOTT J. BRYAN | INDEX-JOURNAL LeRoy Martin emphatically declared Martin was arrested Jan. 30 after a See INNOCENT, page 4A EDUCATION ABBEVILLETHIRD PLACE: Pay raise proposal draws concern Move might cause Index-Journal budget shortfalls By RUSSELL COX rcox@indexjournal.com South Carolina’s budget, passed by the S.C. House, requires pay raises for state employees, including teach- ers and has created concerns for local education officials and some lawmakers. The ROAST requirement might call for school district pay to increase more than state funding will grow. The budget, now up for consideration by the state Sen- MASTERS ate, includes a proviso which PHOTOS BY MATT WALSH | INDEX-JOURNAL would require 2-percent raises ABOVE: A bucket of steamed oysters from Apalachicola, Fla., is for teachers and other school dumped onto a table Saturday during Abbeville’s Oyster Roast and employees, although districts Lowcountry Boil at the Burt-Stark Mansion. BELOW: Aubry Falls, 4, can apply for waivers if the throws an oyster shell into a trash bucket. Her grandfather estimated raises would create a deficit. she ate about 50 oysters. Check out the photo gallery at www. The discussion of such a indexjournal.com to view and purchase more photos from this event. See BUDGET, page 5A “We could deplete Annual event sells out the reserve to meet By MICHELLE LAXER The cooking seafood made the air this mandate and mlaxer@indexjournal.com smell salty, and the mansion’s grounds put the district in a were a sea of lawn chairs as the largest ABBEVILLE crowd yet showed up to enjoy the food vulnerable position T he Burk-Stark Mansion might and music from The Edgewood Band. financially.” be nowhere near the ocean, The event was sponsored by the Great- but that was easy to forget at er Abbeville Chamber of Commerce. — Earlean Smiley, the annual Oyster Roast and McCormick Lowcountry Boil on Saturday. See ROAST, page 5A Superintendent Popularity of fresh food grows in Lakelands By ST. CLAIRE DONAGHY food you’re getting at farmers’ mar- buying and eating fresh and local Special section sdonaghy@indexjournal.com kets is typically handled by only the foods. grower and the person who picks it. *** Sharon Alvarez, a current board Often, that is the same person. Newton O’Dell, Greenwood member for the Greenwood Coun- “Food you buy elsewhere may be County Farmers Market manager, ty Farmers Market, said increasing handled by field hands who pick it, said the reason for growth of local popularity of farmers’ markets in packing house employees, truck- markets is simple — people want the Lakelands is evidence of more ers, distributors and grocery store fresh, less processed food. consumers wanting fresh food, workers before you and your family “People are embracing healthier picked at the height of freshness and consume it.” lifestyles,” O’Dell said. “They want ripeness. *** food that was picked today, or yes- “Local is better, no doubt,” Alva- James Hodges, Greenwood Coun- terday. Much food in the national rez said, noting she herself has been ty Clemson Extension agent, said food supply grown here was picked a local market grower “forever,” pro- more people today are growing their two to three weeks ago, and it could ducing herbs, vegetables and a few The Index-Journal’s Home, own vegetables and many express be even longer if the food was INDEX-JOURNAL | FILE ornamental plants. interest in being able to sell some grown in South America, China, Lawn and Garden special Barbara Etters buys peaches in June 2011 “Food travels 20 miles to get to section can be found in today’s of what they grow. Also, increasing edition. at the Farmers Market in Ninety Six. you, not 2,000,” Alvarez said. “The numbers of people are interested in See FRESH, page 3A Index-Journal is published with Inside today’s edition EDITORIALS 8A-9A Index-Journal is pride for the people of the Lake- ENTERTAINMENT 7A, 2C committed to editorial TODAY: Sunny ACCENT 1C-4C intervals. lands. You are important to us. BUSINESS 9B LOTTERY 7A excellence. To report an error, High of 77. If you miss your paper, please CALENDAR 2A CAMPUS 1D-4D contact Executive Editor call 223-1413 (before noon on CLASSIFIEDS 10B-12B OBITUARIES 4A Richard Whiting at 943-2522 FORECAST, 10A weekends). COMICS INSIDE SPORTS 1B-8B or rwhiting@indexjournal.com. Good morning, E.L. Martin. Thank you for subscribing to the Index-Journal!
  59. 59. GENERAL EXCELLENCE Daily Under 20,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE:The Item
  60. 60. GENERAL EXCELLENCE Daily Under 20,000 Division ‘THE THRONE’ S UN DAY OVER $220 Football has S.C. teams FINAL on the map in big way FLIGHT ELLOREE NATIVE’S GIFT TO GOD, C1 IN COUPON SAVINGS STORY, B1 EDITORIAL, A8 B12 INSIDE More coverage from Clemson MARCH 4, 2012 and Carolina on B5 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2012 The Times and Democrat $1.50 ✬ ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA | www.TheTandD.com | 16 SECTIONS, 214 PAGES ✬ VOL. 131, NO. 64 75 CENTS The Times and Democrat ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA | | 3 SECTIONS, 36 PAGES VOL. 131 NO. 265 ‘Her smile will always be remembered’ Murder victim’s life celebrated at ‘home going’ By MARTHA ROSE BROWN her heart. ... I can hear Anngenette saying, ‘Get T&D Correspondent your house in order’” she said of her late friend. , Attorney ” who presided over the “home going” celebration She thanked Shaw’s oldest daughter, Courtney ST. STEPHEN — “Earth has no sorrow that S. Scipio, for giving her the opportunity to share heaven can’t heal, said Rev. Robert McCutchen, her memories during the service. “Her smile will always be remembered, Tin- ” facing of Anngenette Shaw at St. Stephen Baptist Church in this small Berkeley County town. Shaw’s death that made headlines a dal-Burch said. “My heart has been broken, for truly a friend has been taken away. ” In addition to Scipio, Shaw’s children extortion week ago, but on Saturday it was her include Alexia S. Shaw and Deshanay life that was celebrated by a standing- Ravenell, all three of Moncks Corner; room-only crowd of mourners. and two sons, Jermaine Bryan and Des- Those who knew her best called her mond Shaw, both of Jamestown. Shaw was looking forward to the charge CHRISTOPHER HUFF/T&D CHRISTOPHER HUFF/T&D CHRISTOPHER HUFF/T&D “Nett” or “Anna Mae. ” Frank Staley Jr. puts his hand to his head and Staley puts his head down on the table as the Staley throws his head back in laughter as “She was a quiet, soft-spoken per- birth of her third grandchild, a boy waves his napkin as he is named Citizen of news of the award sinks in. award presenter Dr. Gene Atkinson relates a son, Joy Tindal-Burch said of her 42- ” named “CJ. Her grieving grandchil- ” the Year. funny story about him. year-old friend. They had moved to Eu- Anngenette Shaw dren include Cambria Scipio and Cha- tawville at about the same time. mairra Bryan. By JEFFREY COLLINS “We took care of one another. Her kids were Shaw’s nine sisters and two brothers also mourn Associated Press my kids; my kids were her kids. And she was the her death. T&D CORRESPONDENT MARTHA ROSE BROWN FRANKLY GREAT ‘queen of yard sales’” she recalled. , Mourners carry the casket of Anngenette Shaw outside St. Stephen Baptist Church COLUMBIA — A Lexington Tindal-Burch said Shaw “decided to give God See SHAW, A7 on Saturday. attorney extorted more than $1 million from clients by threat- ening them with criminal Staley honored as Citizen of the Year charges or civil penalties that did not exist, accord- ing to a RISE AND FALL OF A PRESIDENT AT S.C. STATE UNIVERSITY ● DEC. 11, 2007 — S.C. State trustees oust Presi- Lawmakers hope SCSU can move federal dent Dr. Andrew Hugine on a 7-3 vote. By PHIL SARATA indict- ● APRIL 29, 2008 — Dr. George E. Cooper visits the T&D Staff Writer ment. Rich- S.C. State campus as one of the nalists for presi- When named 2012 Orangeburg Area Citizen of ard dent. He is the deputy administrator for science and the Year, Frank Staley Jr. did something that by all Breibart COURTESY WIS education resources development at the U.S. Depart- accounts no other recipient of the award has ever Breibart on after Cooper was done. charged T&D FILE ment of Agriculture and vice president of academic Raising his napkin, Staley waved it over his head to Wednesday with five counts Dr. Andrew Hugine affairs at Alabama A&M University in Huntsville. the laughter of the audience. of extortion, four counts of ● JUNE 6, 2008 — Cooper named “They kind of think a little bit about the old man, mail fraud and a count of wire 10th president of S.C. State. don’t they?” Staley said, smiling. fraud. The indictment lists Staley became the 60th recipient of the award, three different people who al- Then-board Chairman Mau- presented each year by the Kiwanis Club of legedly cleaned out bank ac- rice Washington said, “He Orangeburg. Sharing the moment with Staley on Thursday was counts, investments and re- tirement savings to give to connected with the search By DIONNE GLEATON T&D Staff Writer ONLINE South Carolina State University Coach Emeritus Wil- Breibart committee, the campus and @TheTandD.com lie Jeffries, who won the award in 2011. He was re- Breibart targeted present the board.” Lawmakers are hopeful that Find all news re- sponsible for getting Staley to the function. and former clients and told ● DEC. 17, 2008 — S.C. State South Carolina State University garding S.C. State “He’s not the easiest guy to pull one over on, Jef- ” them they were facing penal- placed on one-year warning by can make the changes it needs University when you fries said. “I just told him I was getting an award and ties from the Internal Revenue following Dr. George Cooper’s click on our Hot Topics at I would really like him to be there. Service or possible criminal the Southeastern Associa- resignation as president. TheTandD.com “You want to be sure you get that person there, es- charges unless they put hun- tion of Colleges and Sen. John Matthews, D-Bow- pecially someone who merits so much an honor of dreds of thousands of dollars Schools for failing to man, an alumnus, said, “I think this nature. I am happy to see some fellow Bulldogs into his law firm’s trust ac- it’s another issue that the uni- trust and academic excellence to receive this award. ” count, authorities said. comply with agency versity has to address, but I hope this fine university. ” Matthews Making the presentation, using various articles of The attorney promised he standards. that they would deal with all their Rep. Jerry Govan, D-Orange- ● MARCH 27, clothing and head gear as props, Dr. Gene Atkinson CHRISTOPHER HUFF/T&D would handle the matters issues at one time and get it over burg, and another alumnus, said noted four areas have helped define Staley’s life: the Frank Staley Jr. becomes emotional as he gives a speech as the 2012 Orangeburg Area Citizen confidentially and keep them with. ” he is not sure whether the inves- of the Year on Thursday night at the First Baptist Church Family Life Center. Staley was the out of public records, prosecu- 2009 — Cooper Cooper was hampered by a lack tigation “had some bearing” on 60th recipient of the award, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Orangeburg. See more photos inaugurated as of support on campus, and “I re- Cooper’s resignation. See FRANKLY, A5 from this event at TheTandD.com/gallery. See ATTORNEY, A5 president. ally applaud him for making the “Until that comes to light, I ● FEBRU- decision that, ‘If I can’t do it, I’m think the best thing is to really going to move on, ” the Bowman ’ reserve judgment until we can ARY 2010 — Democrat said. get to the truth. It’s not about the It is learned Opportunities scarce, but local job hunters keep on looking Dr. George E. Cooper is sworn in as president on March 27, 2009. that Hugine lawsuit against the university for $60,000. settled a “I’m just going to wish him well in wherever he goes and whatever he does, he said. ” Cooper announced Friday he administration or the board. The most important people are the students, their parents who have entrusted their care to the uni- Govan will resign effective March 30 to versity and the faculty that are By GENE ZALESKI On Thursday they were ● JUNE 15, 2010 — A divided board votes not to renew Cooper’s contract, spend more time with his family charged with providing the stu- T&D Staff Writer united in one goal: looking for which was to expire at the end of the month. Among those voting against and pursue other interests. dents with a quality education, ” employment. The decision followed an inves- Govan said. At 61 years old, Frances Guy him were two trustees with terms set to expire at the end of the month. tigation into alleged criminal mis- Govan said he hopes Cooper A high school graduate, 27- is not ready to retire. year-old Bryson Walsh says ● JULY 1, 2010 — Intense conduct, unethical behavior and made his own decision to leave In fact, the cancer survivor searching for a job has been a concern was expressed for mismanagement at the university. the university. is trying to get back into the Cooper initiated the investigation “Whatever the circumstances, life-long endeavor. the university over the course and said it led to the termination I think that he should be workforce two years after she “Every job that I do have, lost her job following her ini- they always run out of work, ” of two weeks, and a prayer of eight high-level employees on commended for taking the tial diagnosis. he said. “I am not really look- vigil was held for the univer- Feb. 10. It is continuing, prudent action in terms of Cooper said he believes the trying to address any type of “I am on the Internet all the ing for a job. I am looking for sity. After new trustees take investigation will allow trustees time looking for whatever is a career.” out there, Guy said. “There is ” This time around, Walsh has their places on the board, to “continue to restore integrity, See LAWMAKERS, A7 Cobb-Hunter nothing. ” been looking for the past nine Cooper is retained. She has done just about all one can to land that elusive job. She has submitted re- sumes, but has not had any months. “This has been a bad year for me, Walsh said. He sub- ” mits resumes daily online but ● NOVEMBER 2010 — Coo- per appointed chair of the Council of 1890 Universities. Get rid of board, senator says interviews. has not had an interview since ● DECEMBER 2010 — S.C. By DIONNE GLEATON Ford said, “We’ve Guy says while she never July. State learns it has been reac- Cooper is shown with trustee Matthew Richard- T&D Staff Writer given Cooper state got a degree, her background “They told me they’ll call son in June 2010, after S.C. State’s board in administration should be a me back in a couple of weeks. credited by SACS for 10 years. refused to renew Cooper’s contract. money, and they’ve A Lowcountry senator says he wants more denied the kids a whole big plus for any employer. It is pretty much a dead end, ” ● JAN. 13, 2011 — The than a new president at South Carolina State lot of opportunities for “I have always worked, al- he said. S.C. State Faculty Senate says it has “no con dence” in Cooper and his University. He wants a whole new board. them to get a good edu- ways, she said. ” But faith in God motivates Guy was among the hun- him to persevere. administration. “The students have been denied a basic ed- cation. The university ” ● DEC. 20, 2011 — S.C. State con rms it hired attorney Reginald Lloyd, but ucation because of the board and president. says the money came dreds to attend the Orange- “My time will come,” he My primary concern is the kids, Sen. Robert ” from a private source, burg Job Fair Thursday at the said. won’t say why. Lloyd is the former head of the State Law Enforcement Divi- Ford said. but hasn’t identified Prince of Orange Mall. The fair came at a difficult sion and former U.S. Attorney for South Carolina. He wants to give the university a year to find it. By the looks of the crowd, time for job seekers. Orange- LARRY HARDY/T&D The General As- Ford unemployment reaches burg County’s unemployment Manish Mazyck, center, senior employment specialist at Goodwill Industries, greets a job seeker at the annual Orangeburg ● FEB. 10, 2012 — S.C. State res eight employees, including the police a new president. Meanwhile, “the board has got to go. We sembly should ap- everywhere. rate was 14.6 percent in July. Job Fair held Thursday at the Prince of Orange Mall. The fair was sponsored by the mall and state and local agencies. chief, the chief of staff and vice president of student affairs. The university want a whole new slate for those kids coming point a new board and president, Ford said. There were men and Bamberg County’s jobless rate later says the rings were the result of Lloyd’s internal investigation. in next year, Ford said. ” The Charleston Democrat wants to build on a women, young and old, black was 16.1 percent and Calhoun workforce developer Richard until 10 a.m. A broad spectrum of peo- They don’t have the budget- and white, those with a high ● MARCH 2, 2012 — Cooper announces that he will resign at the end of S.C. State President Dr. George Cooper an- proposal he made in January 2011, following a County’s was 12.2 percent. Lee said individuals started About 50 vendors were at ple attended the job fair, Lee ary money. ” nounced Friday that he will resign, effective 19-3 “no confidence” vote by the university’s school diplomas and those Orangeburg County De- lining up at 7:30 a.m. even the fair, including about 20 said. “The economy is so bad March, citing a desire to focus on his family and other career interests. March 30. He will receive a $268,000 sever- with advanced degrees. partment of Social Services though the fair did not start employers. and businesses are behind. See HUNTERS, A5 ance package. See FORD, A7 Please recycle this paper. Home-delivery sub- GOOD MORNING! [09.21.12] DEATHS Please recycle this paper. Home-delivery subscribers of The Times and Democrat Books & Movies ................... C2 DEATHS scribers of The Times and should receive 16 sections today: the A, B, C and D news Business ............................. B7 The Times Classified ............................ 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