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New benches, picnic tables, and landscaping at Duck Pond  The Duck Pond in Mossy Oaks is looking a lot more inviting these days. Parks staff from the Public Works Department recently completed new landscaping at the Duck Pond. They added two 4-foot benches, concrete pads to anchor the benches, and two picnic tables – allowing neighbors and visitors…

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Virtual lecture ‘Duels in Beaufort District’ coming

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From staff reports “Duels in Beaufort District,” an all-virtual lecture, opens the long-delayed Season 5 of the Beaufort History Museum-Beaufort County Library’s local history program series. The video will be available for viewing on the Beaufort County Library’s YouTube Channel (https://bit.ly/3AFw9Ce) beginning October 19. Settling matters of honor according to accepted practice was an important…

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Beaufort Twilight Run to return for 2022 in Habersham

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From staff reports After two years away because of COVID-19, organizers have announced that the Beaufort Twilight Run (BTR) is back and scheduled for March 19, 2022 in Habersham. The BTR is Riverview Charter School’s biggest fundraiser, and revenues support numerous programs integral to student success such as technology, field experiences, after-school opportunities and more.…

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ON THE FLIGHT LINE

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Due to a lack of participation in Saturday’s Aviation Week kick-off and 5k run, everybody involved “got tired of waiting, packed up and went home,” according to one man still sitting at the Beaufort County Executive Airport on Lady’s Island. Only two aircraft were still on display at noon Saturday – a helicopter operated by…

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Fight, handgun put Beaufort High on lockdown

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 By Mike McCombs  Beaufort High School was on lockdown Tuesday morning as a result of an altercation in the parking lot resulting in the discovery of a handgun on campus.  At approximately 10:30 a.m., City of Beaufort Police say a bystander intervened in a fight between 22-year-old De-Quarious Major, of St. Helena, and a relative. …

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27TH ANNUAL BEAUFORT SHRIMP FESTIVAL

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A Shrimp Fest smash: Event draws record crowds after a Covid cancellation Above: Three thousand, nine hundred and forty-four plastic shrimp were released into the Beaufort River from the shrimp trawler Palmetto Pride during the annual Sea Island Rotary Club Shrimp Race with nothing more than the tide to carry toward the finish line. Photos…

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