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Tree huggers cry Grinch at potential chopping down of York courthouse Christmas tree: Next up is Monday showdown

York County, South Carolina wants to cut down a huge cedar tree that has been the city and county’s Christmas tree for decades next to the York County Courthouse in downtown York, citing safety and other concerns. But the city has not hired an arborist to look at the tree and some want further study and more expert opinions before a decision is made.

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York County farmer taps into micro-breweries with locally grown hops

Larry Feller of Smyrna in western York County is one of only two farmers in South Carolina to grow hops, a plant used to flavor beer. The owner of Persimmon Hill Hops has grown 1,200 plants and is hopping on board with local breweries. The farmer has successfully grown two varieties of hops and plans to expand into additional fields at his farm.
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York County farmer taps into micro-breweries with locally grown hops 1:39

York County farmer taps into micro-breweries with locally grown hops

See the huge watermelon that took first place at the North Carolina State Farmers Market 1:23

See the huge watermelon that took first place at the North Carolina State Farmers Market

Fort Mill family in Kenya on soccer ministry 1:43

Fort Mill family in Kenya on soccer ministry

Rock Hill church music leaders retire together after 32 years 1:27

Rock Hill church music leaders retire together after 32 years