U.S. EPA Honors 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year in South Carolina
- By EPA
ATLANTA (April 9, 2019) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 4 Office and the U.S. Department of Energy are honoring Greenville County Schools (GCS) as an ENERGY STAR partner in South Carolina for its outstanding contributions to public health and the environment. Enterprises such as these have earned ENERGY STAR Awards for demonstrating national leadership in cost-saving energy efficient solutions. CGS is among the 183 ENERGY STAR Award Winners nationwide that will be honored in Washington, D.C., on April 11.
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Historic DC-3 to Arrive at Greenville Downtown Airport
- By Lara Kaufmann
Over 60 years ago, DC-3s landed regularly at the Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) in South Carolina. Their mission was to safely transport commercial airline passengers to their destination of choice. DC-3s have
been doing just that since 1936 when American Airlines convinced Douglas Aircraft to increase the size of their DC-2, which held 14 passengers, to accommodate 21 in a newly designed DC-3. This allowed American to feasibly fly enough passengers so that the funds from these fares would generate enough income to justify the flight without having to rely on income from the government's air mail service. Before World War II most commercial air travelers flew in DC-3s.
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Unplanned Continues to Surprise at Box Office with $3.2 Million Haul for Strong Top 10 Second-week Finish
- By Christian Newswire
Unfazed by a Twitter ban, abortion-themed biopic remains the highest grossing indie film in wide release after expanding to 1,500 Screens in 2nd Week
LOS ANGELES, April 8, 2019 /Christian Newswire/ -- UNPLANNED continued to surprise industry experts, with a strong box office run in its second week for an estimated 8th place finish. The film earned an estimated $3.2 million after expanding to 1,515 screens. The controversial film about Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director-turned-pro-life advocate, beat industry predictions again with a per screen average of $2,111. Audience support continues to be strong, with word of mouth on social media providing support for the film as well as an unusual A+ rating from CinemaScore.
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Pro-life Charity Offers $3000 to Women to Not Abort Their Child
- By Christian Newswire
ERIE, Penn. -- The following is submitted by Mrs. Laura Merriott, President, Save Unborn Life:
What would you pay to save an unborn baby from abortion? Save Unborn Life offers abortion-minded women a sum of $3000 to not abort their child, they can keep the baby or give it up for adoption.
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World Energy Launching New Hampton County Operations
- By SC Governor's Office
Biodiesel Supplier Bringing $5.4 Million Investment
COLUMBIA, S.C. – World Energy, one of America’s largest suppliers of biodiesel, today announced plans to locate its new production facility in Hampton County. The company’s $5.4 million investment is projected to create 30 jobs over the next five years.
With more than 20 years of expertise in biodiesel production, the company currently produces approximately 200 million gallons of biodiesel annually. World Energy's new operations will be located at 552 Third Street West in Estill, S.C. at a former biodiesel production facility. The company will be upgrading and reviving the idled plant to produce state-of-the-art biodiesel, which reduces carbon dioxide emissions by more than 78 percent compared to petroleum diesel.
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"Just Say Something" Joins the Children's Trust of South Carolina in Celebrating Child Abuse Prevention Month 2019
- By Carol Reeves
April is “Child Abuse Prevention Month”. In observance of the month, Just Say Something (JSS) joins the Children’s Trust of South Carolina in raising awareness regarding the prevention of child abuse and neglect. JSS will plant a “blue pinwheel” garden near our office; spread the word on our web site, social media pages, parent enrichment courses; and will encourage all staff to “Wear Blue” this Friday, April 5, 2019.
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Recently Obtained 911 Records Reveal Teen Suffered Serious 33-Week Abortion Complication at Hern's Clinic
- By Christian Newswire
BOULDER, Colo. -- Late yesterday, Operation Rescue obtained 911 records that revealed shocking details of a medical emergency that took place on April 2, 2019, at Warren Hern's notorious Boulder Abortion Clinic.
According to the records, a doctor at the Boulder Abortion Clinic bypassed the 911 exchange and directly called American Medical Response (AMR) requesting an urgent response for an 18-year old female who was 33 weeks pregnant.
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