A Covey Rise

In the South, when someone says they’re going “bird hunting,” it means only one thing — hunting Bobwhite quail.
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Hope in the Hurting

“I was at a conference, and someone came toward me covered in expensive jewelry — diamonds. She pulled me aside and told me her story.
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Old Timers

Doubles, preferably side-by-sides, are the traditional shotguns used for bird hunting. Parker, Fox,…
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Pushed to the Limit

When stepping up to the starting line, there are miles of terrain that could be rocky, swampy or anywhere in-between. There are obstacles to traverse and avoid, boats to paddle and bikes to pedal.
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Service Above Self

“My best Rotary memory was also one of the most difficult times of my life,” says Ione, who now serves as an assistant governor for Area 2 of the state.
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Define the Design: Color Combinations

The October High Point Market showcased new directions in color for upholstery and accessories for 2017.
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Will You Be My Valentine?

The image of a flying infant, armed with a bow and arrows, represents the hope and celebration of love on Valentine’s Day.
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Beacons in the Darkness

Few architectural structures can boast the unique blend of history and beauty composed in lighthouses.
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Stems and Stemless

Crafting a registry with your fiancé is one of the most exciting tasks on the wedding planning to-do list.
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Lake Murray Hearing

What differentiates your business from other specialists in the field? We are thankful…
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Tiger Paws and Santa Suits

Katherine Tribble and Reid Schwartz first crossed paths at Clemson University where they attended a class together their freshman year.
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Opa!

Beneath the elaborate dome of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Rossi and Spencer Green became husband and wife in a touching ceremony that upheld ancient traditions of the Greek Orthodox church.
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