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What were the big Georgetown County stories of 2012? You tell us.

  • Wednesday, December 19, 2012

  • Updated Wednesday, December 19, 2012 1:13 pm

Many stories attracted a lot of attention locally in 2012.
We’d like input from our readers on which stories were most important. We’re presenting here a listing of stories. We’d like you to rate the stories. If we’ve left out some that you believe were important, please let us know about them, too.
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• Four church members killed in accident
• Prayer halted at school board meetings
• Man accused of killing dogs in canal
• Elections
• New Congressional District 7
• U.S. Rep. Tim Scott appointed to Senate
• Sinkholes
• Town Clock repairs
• Harborwalk Festival moves from Front Street
• CASA closing
• Family Justice Center
• Penny sales tax referendum
• Possible Walmart or big box store at Pawleys Plaza
• County Recreation facilities
• Murders in Pawleys Island and Georgetown
• Coastal Montessori School opens
• CREECS Montessori School opens
• Andrews police chief fired
• Agru America expansion annuncement
 ArcelorMittal steel mill contract, layoffs
• Port of Georgetown


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