Please remember to vote in the special Greenville County Sheriff's election primary tomorrow, January 7, 2020.  Some polling places have changed.  Below is a link to a list of all of the County polling places.  The ones that have been changed for tomorrow are highlighted in yellow.

Click for PDF of Greenville County polling places

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Greenville County Sheriff Candidates Hobart Lewis and A.T. Smith
Greenville County Sheriff Candidates Hobart Lewis and A.T. "Tommy" Smith have a chat before January 16th run off election debate. - Photo by James Spurck

Hobart Lewis and A.T. “Tommy” Smith, the two remaining Republican candidates for the office of Greenville County Sheriff, squared off this past Thursday evening in a debate held at the Global Trade Park on Fairforest Way.

Lewis was the lead vote-getter in last Tuesday's primary election, although he did not win a majority of votes in the five-man contest. Two of the five candidates, Darius Hall and Robert Whatley, have publicly endorsed Lewis in this Tuesday's runoff. The winner will face off against Democrat Paul Guy in March.

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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, January 27, 2020Tonight Dante Thompson hosts a program about Israel as he welcomes Dorothy Spaulding, the president of Watchmen Broadcasting, and Robert Vander Maten, the president of Noseworthy Travel Services in Lakeland, Florida.  Tonight Robert educates viewers on the land of the Bible, discussing the many sights to see in The Holy Land.  This program also features music from David and Kirsten Hart.

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Stork Bus

In honor of National Sanctity of Human Life Day Jan. 22, Bob Jones University will host several pro-life events next week—a presentation by Paul Isaacs, president of Save the Storks; a Save the Storks Bus tour opportunity and a screening of pro-life movie Unplanned.

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For decades in America, across two centuries, in the month of January we have and continue to take a day to honor the legacy and memory of my uncle the prophet, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A few days later, we March for Life.

When peripherals collide, convergence is imminent; so it's likely no coincidence that three occasions coincide. Abortion - Pro Life - 2020 March for Life, Washington, DC and Walk for Life, San Francisco.

Even though widespread conflict and mutual distrust abound; we still have a Dream. So, it's more vital than ever for us to reflect on the message of faith, love, and life that my uncle shared with the world.

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Greenville High School Senior Lonne Kilgore and Home-School Senior Isaac Jansen competed in the American Legion High School Oratorical Speech Contest held Saturday, January 18th. Isaac Jansen was judged the winner of the contest. Isaac received a financial award which will be presented to him when he enrolls in a college of his choice.

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Bob Jones University will host 18 teams from around the country to compete in the 48th Annual BJU Bruins High School Invitational Basketball Tournament Jan. 21-23 in the Davis Field House.

The tournament will feature nine men’s teams and nine women’s teams from Alabama, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and West Virginia. Over 250 student athletes will compete during the three-day tournament.

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