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Evacuation Orders Lifted for Horry and Georgetown Counties Tomorrow at 9AM

September 15, 2018 - Posted in Weather by SCEMD
Press Conference with McMaster

At 9AM Tomorrow Morning, All Evacuations Orders will be Lifted COLUMBIA, S.C. – In coordination with local officials, Governor Henry McMaster today announced that evacuation orders for Horry and Georgetown counties will be lifted tomorrow morning, Sunday, September 16 at 9...

Tropical Storm Florence: Still Potential for Heavy Rainfall and Flooding

September 15, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Kaitlyn Park
Team South Carolina

Governor Henry McMaster addressed the public in a press conference from South Carolina’s Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) this afternoon at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, September 15, 2018. There has been one storm related fatality at this time. Amber Dorn Lee of Union County...

Evacuation Orders Lifted for Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley, and Colleton Counties

September 15, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Brian Symmes
Governor press conference

Evacuation Orders Remain in Effect for all Zones in Georgetown and Horry Counties COLUMBIA, S.C. – In coordination with local officials, Governor Henry McMaster announced that evacuation orders have been lifted for all residents in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley...

Educators: TODAY is Last Day to Register for FALL Session!

September 15, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
Images from ETV Teacher Recertification courses and a teacher taking a course on a laptop

STILL time to register TODAY for ETV Teacher Recertification FALL session! Offered are SDE-approved, facilitated online, self-paced courses that earn 20 renewal credits each … Want to experience learning with renowned Naturalist Rudy Mancke or SC History expert Dr. Walter...

Hurricane Florence: "We're Going to Have to Have Patience" says Governor McMaster

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Kaitlyn Park
McMaster at SCEMD

Governor Henry McMaster addressed the public in a press conference from South Carolina’s Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) this afternoon at 2:30 p.m., Friday, September 14, 2018. "Hurricane Florence is different from those we've had before. This hurricane is going to...

Hurricane Florence Continuing to Cause Outages for Santee Cooper

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Alfred Turner
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Reports from Santee Cooper indicated that as of 3:30 p.m. Friday, some 38,900 Santee Cooper retail customers were without power due to early impacts from Hurricane Florence. Earlier in the afternoon outages peaked at 39,200, and crews were able to restore about 9,000...

Florence: It's Now All About the Flooding

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Jeff Huffman
Predicted path.

Hurricane Florence has slowed and is now crawling to the west at 6 mph. Life-threatening storm surge, inland flooding, and wind damage are imminent along the coast of North Carolina from Wilmington to the Outer Banks and stretching to northern portions of South Carolina...

Many Without Power Due to Hurricane Florence

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Santee Cooper
Santee Cooper

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – As of midmorning September 14th, more than 25,000 Santee Cooper retail customers had lost power due to early impacts from Hurricane Florence. On the transmission side, two lines were locked out, both in the northern Horry County area. The transmission...

Columbia Braces for Heavy Rain

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Tabitha Safdi
Hurricane Florence- Columbia

As Hurricane Florence hits the coast, it's leaving everyone in the Midlands waiting and watching. The storm is expected to produce high amounts of rainfall in Columbia and surrounding communities. Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin says they learned some valuable lessons with...

Many in the Charleston Area Shelter in Place for Florence

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Victoria Hansen
Dunleavys Pub on Sullivan's Island is boarded up but open for business

Just hours before hurricane Florence slammed into North Carolina, Dallas Cone and his nearly 1 year-old daughter Hannah sat in the sand on Sullivan’s Island just outside of Charleston enjoying the cool breeze and growing waves. He admitted his family was poised to leave,...

Successfully Starting Off The School Year With Classroom Technology

September 14, 2018 - Posted in Education by Carla Jefferson
High school students sitting around a table with a tablet with teacher engaging with them

From our Educator Guest Blogger Series A new school year brings a fresh start for all involved. How quickly we forget the stress that comes with the beginning of school. Lockers, lunch numbers, and buses, oh my! Beginning a new school year with new technology can also add...

Sticking It Out: Beaufort Awaits Florence

September 13, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Holly Bounds Jackson and Dr. Caroline Sawyer
Hunting Island Surfing

Beaufort County neighbors remained torn on Thursday over the impending storm after governor Henry McMaster lifted the mandatory evacuation ahead of Hurricane Florence. Some locals and visitors took advantage of the still beautiful weather down in Beaufort Waterfront Park...

Hurricane Florence Slows as It Approaches the Coast of North Carolina

September 13, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Jim Huffman
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Hurricane Florence is now only moving at 5 mph. This will prolong the risks of life-threatening storm surge and wind damage, which are imminent along the coast of North Carolina from Wilmington to the Outer Banks. The first tornado warned cell associated with outer bands of...

South Carolina Braced for Hurricane Florence

September 13, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Derrec Becker
South Carolina Emergency Management Division logo

The South Carolina Emergency Response Team continues to track Hurricane Florence and remains fully dedicated to preparing for the storm's potential impact on South Carolina. Forecasters say that Florence is currently a Category 2 hurricane with the capacity to bring record...

Hurricane Florence slowing down as it approaches the coast of North Carolina.

September 13, 2018 - Posted in Weather by Jeff Huffman
Florence

Hurricane Florence is now only moving at 5 mph. This will prolong the risks of life-threatening storm surge and wind damage, which are imminent along the coast of North Carolina from Wilmington to the Outer Banks. The first tornado warned cell associated with outer bands of...

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