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The phrase “Hire a veteran” has been a staple of the U.S. economy for decades. Business leaders already realize that military veterans are hard workers, team players, ethical, driven, and technically skilled. What they DON’T realize is there are 10 hidden reasons that make every veteran a great...
The Daniel Island Neighborhood Association has launched a 12-week campaign to educate the community about issues related to safety. Each week, DINA will share a different safety tip on a specific topic. Previous weeks have focused on bike safety, golf carts, street parking, roundabouts, distracted...
Inspiration - take the first step Walk on a treadmill for five minutes. Run for two minutes. Repeat. Run for five minutes. Walk for two. Repeat. Run two miles. Three miles. Five miles. Ten miles. Fifteen miles. Run a marathon. Run two. Run three. Run the Boston Marathon. Make your fourteenth event...
Tristin Poole poses with Captain Greg Peralta and one of the few fish the pair caught on Sunday.
In the summer, inshore fishing can be hit or miss. It is my theory (I have lots of theories) that in the heat of summer the feeding window is shorter. Given the abundance of forage, it is easy for predators to find food and eat their fill. So, the amount of time that they are feeding is much less...
Lowcountry Food Bank urges support to close summer child hunger gap in South Carolina During the summer, more than 307,000 children in South Carolina who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals during the school year do not access a summer meals program during this critical time away from...
The summer has officially kicked-off! The island is vibrant with kids riding bikes, pool parties, sleepovers, and summer camps. You make sure they are prepared with helmets and swim lessons, but have you thought about how to prepare them so that they are safe when they’re away overnight?...
The sign along the canal pointed, “To Fargo and all points south (if you know how).” It was a wise-crack reminder that this place the Indians called “The Land of Trembling Earth” is an ever-changing, confusing landscape. “It’s really easy to get disoriented out here…People disappear. You can get...
Seriously. I can’t remember being this busy in a really long time. There are those dear, still hard-working friends and relatives (yeah, my kids) who may sneer just a bit when they call and I can’t talk because I am playing canasta or mahjong. I’ve been where they are…I like where I am now. I do...
Hurricane season is here and the First Congressional District has a lot to be grateful for. Stretching from about Awendaw to the Savannah River, the district is fortunate to have numerous permanently protected shoreline properties, areas that due to their intact geomorphology are better equipped to...
Father offers thanks to WWII veteran for sharing his story with students at DIS The seventh grade class at the Daniel Island School recently had the privilege of hearing the tale of Staff Sergeant Alan Moskin, who was 18 years old in 1944 when he joined the United States Army to battle the Nazis....

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