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Ace Sales and Consultants
306 East Cedar Rock Street
Pickens , SC 29671
(864) 878-9972
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Dillard Memorial Custom Funerals and Cremations
2402 Gentry Memorial Highway
Pickens , SC 29671
(864) 878-6371
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Greer Builders
306 East Cedar Rock Street
Pickens , SC 29671
(864) 878-9972
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Hillcrest Memorial Park and Mausoleum
2410 Gentry Memorial Highway
Pickens , SC 29671
(864) 878-9312
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Holder Realty
306 East Cedar Rock Street
Pickens , SC 29671
(864) 878-9972
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Recovery continues to build in Upstate - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Anderson County and expand one in Lexington County. Each of the eight counties that The Market Edge defines as Upstate — Greenville, Anderson, Abbeville, Greenwood, Pickens, Laurens, Spartanburg and Oconee counties — experienced an increase in new home construction in the first quarter. With 447, Greenville County had the regions highest total of first quarter permits, followed by Spartanburg with 137, the report said. John Owings, the county’s manager of current planning, said the county has not had a new preliminary plat for a new subdivision in over the last 18 months, but some of the developers he has talked with said subdivision lots are being purchased and built on, while others said to meet the demand, someone is going to have to come in with a new subdivision or two. (Page 2 of 3) “We’d love to see that happen,” Owings said. What is happening, though, is a migration of a number of national and regional home builders into the Upstate market such as Legendary Homes, Crown, Ryan, Eastwood, Ryan and Mungo, and “from the indications we’ve got, there are a lot of lots being bought and houses built on,” Owings said. Tom Dillard, owner of Dillard-Jones Custom Homes, is among the local home builders benefiting from the increasing Greenville County permit totals. His Greer-based company has about 10 new homes in various phases of construction. “We have, in the last three to four weeks, seen probably more interest in building homes than we have in the past three or four years. There is a remarkable difference in the amount of interest and activity,” Dillard said. “Every spring, ...

Gary and Betty Jo Glenn are dedicated supporters of the Boys Home of the South ... - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Boys Home with his love for stock car racing, his primarily hobby. Each summer, he’s made it possible for Boy’s Home residents to attend races at Greenville-Pickens Speedway. “It’s just a little thing. But you’d be surprised how many of these kids have never seen a race. They just don’t get to do the little things that children in traditional family units experience on a regular basis. I guess that’s why we like to help a little bit.” The Boys Home, which provides a homelike setting for 60 to 65 young men year-round, gets its biggest help of the year from its Spring Soiree. The 12th annual event is scheduled for 6 p.m. May 3 at Embassy Suites. “You’ll see a lot of people there you know but didn’t know that they help the Boys Home,” says Glenn. “It’s a fun evening, one of my favorite nights of the year.” The event will include a dinner, program, silent auction and live auction. The event often features a Boys Home alumnus as the speaker, and all sponsorship dollars go to the care of the residents. For more information, contact Susan Spitzer at susan.spitzer@boyshomeofthesouth.org ...

New microlending project launched by Greenville Housing Fund - Greenville News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Barbara Pickens, who owns The Sanctuary, plans to apply from a loan from the Greenville Housing Fund’s pilot microlending project to be used to add equipment and do marketing. “I haven’t applied to a bank because I was afraid of the ‘no,’” she said, but she expects to be one of the first in line for this program. The new lending program, launched Tuesday, is designed to help start-up and existing micro-bu...

Elizabeth Smart to speak out in Greenville - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
DS teaches children a plan.” The program has already been introduced at schools across the country and has been used with child support groups at the Julie Valentine Center and its sister agency, the Pickens Rape Crisis Council, Galloway-Williams says. “There is so much fear,” Galloway-Williams says. “That’s where advocacy becomes so important.” Smart may consider herself a survivor, but she does not necessarily consider herself an overly brave or strong person. “I’m a stubborn person,” she muses. And she says, she has a lot of support. Throughout her captivity, after her rescue and throughout her decade of healing and now educating, Smart has relied on her friends, her faith and her family, she says. The stability has been invaluable, she adds, and has empowered her. Today, Smart is finishing up her senior year at Brigham Young University, where the accomplished harpist is studying music. She also recently announced her engagement (though she declines further comment). All in all, she says, she wants the same things that many other 24-year-old women want, “to get married, have a family.” “You want to leave the world a better place than you found it,” she says. Each day Smart speaks about her life, each day she lives now, she does just that. “I haven’t regretted it or wished it wasn’t me,” Smart says, pondering the events that have shaped her. “I mean, thank goodness it was me. Look at what I’ve been able to accomplish.” ...

Some voters will cast ballots in new locations - Greenville News

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Some voters in Greenville and Pickens counties will cast their primary ballots Saturday in a new place. Renovation work at the B.J. Skelton Career Center in Easley and events already planned at church in Greenville have prompted changes in polling locations for two precincts in Saturday’s Republican primary. Voters in Pelham Falls will return to their normal polling location, Cornerstone Baptist Church, after renovation work h...

Friday's High School Playoff Capsules - Greenville News

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
No. 4 in Class AAA and in The Greenville News Upstate rankings. York (8-3) at Wade Hampton (9-2): Class AAA second-round game. … Wade Hampton had 452 yards rushing in last week’s 42-21 win over Pickens, the Generals‘ first postseason victory in 24 years. … York had nine sacks and held Blue Ridge to 192 total yards in last week’s 44-34 win. … York is No. 8 in Class AAA. Newberry (8-3) at Woodruff (10-0): Class AA Division I second-round game. … Woodruff had a bye last week. … Woodruff went undefeated in the regular season for the second time in three years. … Woodruff is No. 3 in Class AAA and No. 6 in The Greenville News Upstate rankings. Emerald (6-5) at Pendleton (7-3): Class AA Division I second-round game. … Pendleton had a bye last week. … Pendleton has a five-game winning streak. … Pendleton's losses came against Abbeville, the top-ranked Class A team, and Class AAA opponents Blue Ridge and Daniel. Liberty (9-2) at Pageland Central (8-2): Class AA Division II second-round game. … Central had a bye last week. … Liberty has as many wins this season as in the previous six seasons combined. … Central, No. 6 in Class A, is the defending state champion. (Page 3 of 3) Saluda (6-5) at Chesnee (3-7): Class AA Division II second-round game. … Chesnee had a bye last week. … Chesnee has won three of its last four games after an 0-6 start. Carolina (7-4) at Mid-Carolina (7-3): Class AA Division II second-round game. … Mid-Carolina had a bye last week. … Carolina WR Timas Peterson has 47 receptions for 1,182 yards (25.4 yards per catch) and 14 TDs. … Carolina DL David Jones has 24 tackles for loss. Landrum (9-2) at Abbeville (10-1): Class A Division I second-round game. … Since the start of the 2006 season, Abbeville is 70-7. … Landrum last won nine games in 1979, finishing at 9-2. … Abbeville is No. 1 in Class A. Landrum is No. 7. Ninety Six (7-4) at Chesterfield (10-1): Class A Division I second-round game. … Chesterfield, coached by former USC QB Steve Tanneyhill, has won nine games in a row since losing to Class AA Cheraw. … Chesterfield is No. 3 in Class AAA. Fox Creek (9-2) at Christ Church (9-1): Class A Division II second-round game. … Since the start of the 2008 season, Christ Church is 41-6. … Fox Creek is coming off a 41-21 win over Southside Christian. … Christ Church is No. 6 in Class A. McCormick (3-8) at Williston-Elko (9-2): Class A Division II second-round game. … Former Hillcrest coach Dwayne Garrick is 53-11 since taking over at Williston-Elko in 2007. Bob Castello ...

Mr. Football finalists include Rowe, Hannon - Greenville News

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Cross; Wendy Anderson, Hanahan. ALL-WESTERN AAA REGION Finley Wiles, Carley Hoover, Anna Hughey, Corie Crawford and Samantha Young, Daniel; Taylor Underwood, Chandler Moore and Michaela Leslie, Pickens; Anna Wofford and Leslie Lanson-Scribner, Seneca; Elizabeth Keown, Belton-Honea Path; Kristen Smith, West-Oak; Alex Moran, Walhalla. Player of the Year: Finley Wiles, Daniel. Coach of the Year: Joy Stewart, Daniel.

St. Joseph's knocks off Ware Shoals - Greenville News

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
In Class AAA, top-ranked Daniel will play at home against Wade Hampton. No. 3 Eastside and No. 5 Pickens will be at home against Walhalla and Greenville, respectively, and Travelers Rest will play host to Seneca. • In the first round of the Class AAAA girls tennis playoffs, defending state champion Mauldin will play at home today against Wren. J.L. Mann, which lost to Mauldin in last year’s Upper State final, will host Laurens. In other first round action, Easley hosts Dorman and Riverside visits Hanna.

Exposed: New Documentary About Gas Drilling Hailed as Indie and Balanced, But ... - truthout

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), who raised nearly $1 million from the oil and gas industry in the run-up to his 2008 election, according to OpenSecrets.org; and T. Boone Pickens, creator of Pickens Plan and Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, as well as the main orchestrator behind U.S. House Bill 1380, the NAT GAS Act. Gregory Kallenberg, a less well-known but increasingly influential figure in the natural gas "golden age," will also be there. He's currently best known for his role as director of the documentary film that's being shown: Haynesville: A Nation's Hunt for an Energy Future. According to the film's website, Haynesville "follows the momentous discovery of the largest natural gas field in the United States (and maybe the world). The film examines the historic find (a formation called the 'Haynesville Shale') from the personal level as well as from the higher perspective of the current energy picture and pending energy future." Kallenberg's film will be featured at the Texas Tribune Festival, followed by a panel featuring Kallenberg and others, including Justin Furnace, a lobbyist from the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association; David Blackmon, who simultaneously serves on the government affairs committee for America's Natural Gas Alliance and the U.S. Oil and Gas Association, sits on the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association and the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, and is the chief lobbyist for El Paso Corporation; and Ian Duncan, a professor of economic geology at the University of Texas at Austin. While Haynesville was recently described in a story on Minnesota Public Radio as portraying "both sides" of the natural gas battle royale, the film is actually much more one-sided than most people believe. A months-long investigation into the film has revealed that the film's director, Gregory Kallenberg, is actually a well-connected oil and natural gas man, with both a direct and familial financial stake in the ongoing dome...

Exposed: New Documentary About Gas Drilling Hailed as Indie and Balanced, But ... - truthout

Thu, Oct 6, 2011
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), who raised nearly $1 million from the oil and gas industry in the run-up to his 2008 election, according to OpenSecrets.org; and T. Boone Pickens, creator of Pickens Plan and Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, as well as the main orchestrator behind U.S. House Bill 1380, the NAT GAS Act. Gregory Kallenberg, a less well-known but increasingly influential figure in the natural gas "golden age," will also be there. He's currently best known for his role as director of the documentary film that's being shown: Haynesville: A Nation's Hunt for an Energy Future. According to the film's website, Haynesville "follows the momentous discovery of the largest natural gas field in the United States (and maybe the world). The film examines the historic find (a formation called the 'Haynesville Shale') from the personal level as well as from the higher perspective of the current energy picture and pending energy future." Kallenberg's film will be featured at the Texas Tribune Festival, followed by a panel featuring Kallenberg and others, including Justin Furnace, a lobbyist from the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association; David Blackmon, who simultaneously serves on the government affairs committee for America's Natural Gas Alliance and the U.S. Oil and Gas Association, sits on the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association and the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, and is the chief lobbyist for El Paso Corporation; and Ian Duncan, a professor of economic geology at the University of Texas at Austin. While Haynesville was recently described in a story on Minnesota Public Radio as portraying "both sides" of the natural gas battle royale, the film is actually much more one-sided than most people believe. A months-long investigation into the film has revealed that the film's director, Gregory Kallenberg, is actually a well-connected oil and natural gas man, with both a direct and familial financial stake in the ongoing dome...




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