BREAKING NEWS

FLOOD DAMAGED HOMES CONDEMNED

by Shannon Longneck October, 2015 brought rain to South Carolina, leaving the state overwhelmed by flooding, the likes of which had not been seen in over a thousand years.  New Grace was hit hard and many areas throughout the county remain devastated. At a meeting of Mayors and county representatives an announcement was made that three New Grace neighborhoods have officially been condemned. The damaged and vacant homes have been a haven for thieves...
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PUBLISHER

WELCOMING REESE MILLRIDGE TO NEW GRACE NEWS

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Reese Millridge to the New Grace News.  Reese will be joining our family; bringing recipes and cooking tips to the Home and Garden section. Many of you may know Ms. Millridge, she is the owner of Millridge Morsels, one of New Grace’s most delicious catering companies.  Her strawberry shortecake has won the blue ribbon at the South Carolina State Fair for the past three years. ...
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BREAKING NEWS

CHRISTMAS LIGHT PRANKSTER IN COURT

by Shannon Longneck Raymond and Silver Gold, Irene Dunbar, Kathy Mavis and Ponce and Evelyn La Rue entered guilty pleas today. The twenty-two count indictment, which included three charges of abduction and assault, reflected the bizarre crimes that took place across New Grace County on December 10th  which left the victims tied naked with Christmas lights to a sleigh in a homeowner’s Christmas  display. Brother and sister Silver and Raymond Gold were arrested on...
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BREAKING NEWS

CHRISTMAS LIGHT PRANKSTERS GO VIRAL

by Shannon Longneck Perpetrators of the Christmas light assault of December 10, 2015  in New Grace have been apprehended. After two days without a single lead, New Grace Sheriff Ozell “Ozzie” Keith received a call from, of all people, his thirteen- year-old daughter who provided him with a link to a video she had seen in school.   The video, a combination of different scenes strung together and accompanied by Christmas music, showed the abductions...
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ON THE TOWN

OKTOBERFEST VENUE CHANGE

by B J Beckman –  Monday morning Mayor Billy Clanton of Beaudeclaire announced that the annual Oktoberfest scheduled for October 23rd -25th in Desiree Park had been cancelled due to the rain which devastated most of the area.  The Historic District was hit hard and many of the shops will not reopen before the end of the year, if at all. The economic ramification of these closures cannot be calculated at this time.  The...
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