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Archaeologists find historic Spanish fort on Parris Island

By Kat Walsh Parris Island. It’s not only where Marines are made, it’s also where major historical discoveries are made. After years of searching, researchers recently uncovered the remains of the fort of San Marcos. Their discovery unlocks a lost piece of early North American history – and was made without moving a scoopful of… Keep Reading

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The power of the paddle helps beat cancer

By Kat Walsh Twenty people sit side-by-side in a dragon-headed 42 foot-long vessel, paddling furiously to the beat of an insistent drummer – the “heartbeat” of the dragon-racing against a score of other like vessels and colorfully dressed teams. It’s an unlikely image that harkens back to the Viking age, or previews an upcoming Hollywood… Keep Reading

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G.R.I.T.S. — Beaufort History Museum presents a tea party and performance

Photo above: Tea Party Chairman, Stuart Heath (left), with Beaufort History Museum President, Carol Lauvray. Beaufort History Museum will present Girls Raised In The South (GRITS), a tea party and performance celebrating strong Lowcountry women who changed history. The principal fundraiser for the Museum, this delectable event is planned for Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at Dataw Island… Keep Reading

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Potter wins first Santa Elena Regatta

Photo above: John Potter (right) receiving the Santa Elena Regatta trophy. The Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club hosted the Inaugural Santa Elena Regatta on April 1-3rd which was the kick-off event of the month long celebration of the anniversary of the 450th founding of the Colony of Santa Elena on Parris Island. Many participants enjoyed the… Keep Reading

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Bottles & Barrels make for a perfect weekend

Photo above: Nora Scaglioni offers up a glass of reserve Gentry “Charleston Lowland” Bourbon. Photos by Bob Sofaly. Bottles & Barrels 2016 started up on Friday night, April 8th with wine dinners at private homes for ticketed event goers. Each home served a three course meal prepared by an esteemed Lowcountry chef, complete with hand-selected wine… Keep Reading

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Beaufort Native serves with Naval Beach Group Two (NGB 2)

By Navy Office of Community Outreach Public Affairs A 2000 Battery Creek High School graduate and Beaufort native is serving in the U.S. Navy with Naval Beach Group TWO (NBG 2). Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Cook is an aviation structural mechanic with the beach group operating out of Virginia Beach, Virginia. A Navy aviation… Keep Reading

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