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Why Trooper Bob thinks emojis can save lives

Billboards featuring emojis on Celanese Road and Dave Lyle Boulevard in Rock Hill highlight the S.C. Highway Patrol’s latest Sober or Slammer campaign that will run through the end of 2016. The campaign will also include emoji safety messages on high school sporting event tickets.

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Letter to the editor: No NBA All-Star game, no good

I just read that the NBA decided to move the scheduled NBA All-Star game out of Charlotte because of North Carolina’s House Bill declaring that men are not welcome in women’s bathrooms. Can you believe we are even talking about this perversion? When Obama lit up the White House in rainbow colors it emboldened those pursuing these God awful lifestyles.

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They know how to beat the heat

Dozens of local kids of all ages beat the heat Friday by attending the Vacation Bible School held by Tega Cay Baptist Church at Steele Street Park near downtown Fort Mill.
Michael Harrison mharrison@fortmilltimes.com
They know how to beat the heat 0:45

They know how to beat the heat

Fort Mill girl, 7, gets ready to play in Baseball For All event 1:28

Fort Mill girl, 7, gets ready to play in Baseball For All event

Fort Mill apartment fire displaces several families 0:51

Fort Mill apartment fire displaces several families

Belevation keeps textile industry alive in Fort Mill 2:21

Belevation keeps textile industry alive in Fort Mill