Facts at a Glance
Millions of Americans rely on expert chiropractors, like those at AlignLife, to help alleviate back pain and range of motion. Visiting a chiropractor in Cityname can do wonders for your pain, but it can also be incredibly effective for other maladies:
Chiropractic Care Helps Lower Blood Pressure: Clinical trials show that spinal alignment and manipulation can be as effective at lowering blood pressure as some blood pressure medications.
Chiropractic Care Reduces Inflammation: Studies show that regular care from a chiropractor reduces inflammation in your body. Inflammation can wreak havoc on your body and is linked to cancer and heart disease.
Chiropractic Care Improves Nervous System Disorders: By removing pressure on nerve fibers and increasing blood flow to the brain, chiropractic adjustments are shown to reduce the symptoms of neurological conditions like fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy.
Chiropractic Care Reduces Acute, Chronic Pain: Regular adjustments help alleviate back and neck pain, but they also help relieve pain associated with sciatica. This intense pain stems from a pinched nerve in the spine and can be a chronic condition without treatment.
Chiropractic care offers wide-ranging wellness benefits in addition to back pain relief. A few additional benefits include:
- Immune System Support
- Improved Athletic Performance
- Elimination of Vertigo or Dizziness
- Better Lung Function and Reduced Asthma Symptoms
- Better Balance
- More Flexibility
- Ease Pregnancy Discomfort
- Improved Sleep and Vitality
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A few of the most common benefits of the MetaLife Program include:
Getting healthier and losing weight requires accountability and the continued support of friends and professionals. AlignLife is here to help you succeed, whether you need to lose 20 pounds or 200.
Plans Based on Your Needs
Our weight loss management team will assess your nutritional needs, activity levels, and physical condition. That way, we can build a plan that addresses your most pressing health needs.
Plans Evolve with You
As your weight begins to fall off, we will tweak your MetaLife plan so that it remains relevant to your goals. As an example, you may get more active by biking, running, or joining a gym. We'll incorporate your evolution into your weight management plan to account for your improved fitness levels.
Plans Designed for Health, Not Just Weight Loss
Not all weight loss plans are healthy. There are correct and incorrect ways to go about weight management. Sketchy fasting and fad diets are not the right solutions. Our plans are crafted with your health in mind so that you become healthier and lose weight at the same time. This strategy helps keep unwanted weight off and extends your life too.
At the end of the day, your goal is to lose weight, and our personalized MetaLife plans do exactly that and more. When you have a custom plan that addresses your health issues, includes support, and is tailored to your lifestyle, your chances of success skyrocket.
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MetaLife vs. Other Weight Loss Systems
There are dozens if not hundreds of weight loss programs available today. Unfortunately, many of these systems create more problems than they do solutions. Often outdated and unhealthy, these programs should be avoided entirely if you're focusing on long-term weight loss and improved wellbeing.
Let's break down the many misconceptions associated with popular weight loss programs:
Low Calorie Diets
Reducing calories to very low levels causes your body to go into "starvation mode." It also lowers your metabolism, which limits your body's ability to burn fat. Low calorie weight loss systems often cause the much-dreaded rebound weight gain.
Low Protein Diets
There is no way of knowing if your body is burning fat or muscle on a low protein diet unless you monitor it. MetaLife is the only weight loss system that tests body composition on a weekly basis. This ensures you lose fat instead of muscle, and you keep it off for the long haul.
Low Fat Diets
Low fat diets usually equate to high sugar diets. Diets high in sugar cause weight gain instead weight loss, and increase your risk of diabetes, inflammation, and pain. Low fat diets also cause hormone imbalances which create fatigue, insomnia, mood disorders, and even a lack of sex drive.
Great Health Awaits with AlignLife in Reevesville, SC
At AlignLife, we believe that your health is simply a vehicle you can use to live the best life imaginable. Our expert chiropractic care and comprehensive health protocols put patients on a pathway to better living, better health, a better body.
If you're serious about correcting the root causes of your pain and want to live a longer, happier life, AlignLife is the partner you need to succeed. Remember - the fruits of a full life can only be achieved when you have a solid foundation of optimal health. Now is the time to make your health and your family's health a priority.
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Lowcountry artist shares gift and inspiration with students
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ORANGEBURG, S.C. (WCIV) - — This Black History month we are introducing you to local artists who are leaving their mark on the world one brush stroke at a time.Damion Johnson knew in elementary school that he had a talent. What he didn’t know is it would take him from the classroom, to the barbershop and then into his own art studio. His talent and skill has no boundaries.“I’m not an art teacher, alright, I’m an artist and I share what I do,” Johnson said.Ask anyone what art is, you&rs...
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (WCIV) - — This Black History month we are introducing you to local artists who are leaving their mark on the world one brush stroke at a time.
Damion Johnson knew in elementary school that he had a talent. What he didn’t know is it would take him from the classroom, to the barbershop and then into his own art studio. His talent and skill has no boundaries.
“I’m not an art teacher, alright, I’m an artist and I share what I do,” Johnson said.
Ask anyone what art is, you’ll get thousands of answers.
“At the beginning of my day, I just come here and share it with some young people,” Johnson said. “It’s all art, everything I do is coming from my hands.”
"Wherever inspiration strikes, “I’m creating, I’m creating every time. They’re connected, they’re not three different worlds at all.”
His work is innovative, but as old as time.
“If you share what you do, just as a teacher, it’ll live on,” he said.
The idea is to create a blank slate and to no longer be bound by his fear.
“I think I’m getting old, I got patience now you know,” Johnson added.
Johnson comes from a big family, in a small town.
“Reevesville, a lot of people associate that with St. George, SC. Grits capital of the world. That’s where I’m from, country boy,” he said.
The Dorchester County native shares his canvases with students at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High school.
“This is our college walk. What we try to do is funnel all the traffic through these doors, so they can see our college walk.”
He hopes to create visionaries who happen to have an artistic eye,.
“You have a great one right here, Claflin University, and others,” he said.
Sports medals or academic honors weren’t around his room.
“I wasn’t the best in basketball, compared to my brothers, I wasn’t the fastest, I think I was a little fat back then, wasn’t the smartest in the house, so I finally found something that I could do,” he said.
So now he is creating masterpieces by simply connecting the lines,.
“Probably around 5th grade when I kind of fell in love with it, not because I loved it, but because it was something that I was good at,” Johnson added.
Johnson's artwork lines the wall of his studio. Each piece has its own story.
“That whole series was put together from resting faces of slaves, photographs. The resting faces of slaves were so interesting cause you saw all of the pain and work in their faces,” he said.
He finds a canvas just about anywhere.
“This came from a series called doors. That’s the only thing that holds that series together. Subject matter is totally random; but they’re all painted on actual doors,” he said.
His picture has been sketched. There’s even some under paint, and with each broad stroke—he adds to the collection of art called life.
“Art is the one thing that makes you enjoy the world. Art is far more important, far more than just being important to the world, it is the world. It is the world.”
Redistricting complete in Dorchester County
Redistricting in Dorchester County is complete as of Dec. 13, when the county council gave the final approval for the plan.While there are still seven council districts, some are now a little bigger and others a little smaller.“Redistricting is vital because we are required to follow the plan that’s been adopted for the next 10 years,” said Dorchester County Council chairman, Bill Hearn in a statement.The process of redistricting includes redrawing the lines of districts from which public officials are ...
Redistricting in Dorchester County is complete as of Dec. 13, when the county council gave the final approval for the plan.
While there are still seven council districts, some are now a little bigger and others a little smaller.
“Redistricting is vital because we are required to follow the plan that’s been adopted for the next 10 years,” said Dorchester County Council chairman, Bill Hearn in a statement.
The process of redistricting includes redrawing the lines of districts from which public officials are elected to match population changes from the previous decade following the census count. It’s the law.
“The general principle is ... trying to bring the districts into line with current population distribution to conform to the constitutional mandate of one person, one vote,” said Lynn Peague, vice president of the League of Women Voters of South Carolina.
The next step is for the council to notify the elections and voter registration office and other entities that will be affected by the plan. This way residents can be informed if they’re living in new districts, which affects where they vote.
It is up to the director of elections and voter registration to ensure the changes to districts are properly completed before the upcoming primary elections in late spring.
“This is a process that has to be done very meticulously so that the voters get put in the right districts and the right precincts,” said Todd Billman, director of Elections and Voter Registration in Dorchester County.
Numbers given by Billman show that 36,182 voters will be affected by council’s redistricting, which is just a little under the entire population of Hilton Head, S.C.
New voter registration cards will also have to be issued so residents will be able to vote in the coming elections and the November general election in their new districts.
“It needs to be done well. It’s only done, you know, every 10 years, so it’s a huge undertaking that I feel like every election director realizes the importance of it being done efficiently and accurately,” said Billman.
The new districts must comply with local, state and federal laws, like the Voting Rights Act. From there, it’s all about making sure the correct number of voters are distributed into each district.
“An ideal district is determined by taking the total population of the county and dividing it by the number of districts,” Dr. John Ruoff, from the Ruoff Group, which does research and policy analysis that includes local redistricting in South Carolina for the state NAACP.
The numbers show that is what Dorchester County did. With a population of over 161,000, each of the seven districts have roughly 23,000 residents. But the rural areas are now mostly in District 1, and District 3 has shrunk dramatically.
Maps provided by council shows District 1 now covers the upper and western areas of Dorchester County, from the Orangeburg County line running along the Colleton and Berkeley county lines to the east toward Summerville.
It includes the towns of Reevesville, St. George, Harleyville and Ridgeville, and the communities of Shady Grove, Rosinville, Texas, Grover, Dorchester and a portion of Givhans.
Council District 3 now surrounds District 4 from the east and Ashley Phosphate south of Dorchester Road, then down Ashley River Road to the county line.
The new plan puts Wescott and McKewn Subdivisions into Council District 4 and out of the east Ashley Phosphate area. The Ponds will stay in District 7.
There is more to come. Because of the census data and rate the local population has grown over the past 10 years, in the weeks ahead, new lines will be drawn and voters will be shifted by Berkeley County Council.
A controversial process
Current redistricting efforts are often criticized because of how it will affect elections. To get a redistricting ordinance passed, those who are currently holding office are, in a sense, deciding which areas they will run in. Even when following legal and proper procedures, the process of moving different voters into different places often benefits incumbent candidates.
“It doesn’t have to keep people from voting, it keeps people from having a meaningful vote,” said Peague.
When redrawing district lines, the council is required to follow certain procedures, including multiple public hearings. The Dorchester County Council began its redistricting efforts in October 2021 and help multiple such hearings between then and the Dec. 13 vote.
Regardless of county, voters should stay vigilant about being up to date with their registrations and who they are voting for. The June primaries are just five months away.
“There are a lot better ways to do redistricting than to have the incumbent decide what districts they want to run in,” said Ruoff. “But the courts have said that’s OK by them.”
South Carolina boxers shine at Jamil Shrine Temple
COLUMBIA -- South Carolina boxers claimed victory on Saturday at "Put Up or Shut Up," an evening of professional boxing at Jamil Shrine Temple.In the main event, undefeated welterweight prospect Jaylon "The Horseman" Pridgeon improved to 7-0 with a knockout victory over Damion Gaskin, a former United States Marine fighting out of Reevesville.Pridgeon, a crowd favorite from Columbia, dropped Gaskin twice in the second round with vicious body shots before ending the fight in Round 3 with a right hand to the po...
COLUMBIA -- South Carolina boxers claimed victory on Saturday at "Put Up or Shut Up," an evening of professional boxing at Jamil Shrine Temple.
In the main event, undefeated welterweight prospect Jaylon "The Horseman" Pridgeon improved to 7-0 with a knockout victory over Damion Gaskin, a former United States Marine fighting out of Reevesville.
Pridgeon, a crowd favorite from Columbia, dropped Gaskin twice in the second round with vicious body shots before ending the fight in Round 3 with a right hand to the point of the chin.
"The body (punches) breaks them down, and the head gets them out of there," Pridgeon said. "There's always room for improvement, but that was pretty good."
Several South Carolina fighters made their professional debuts on Saturday, including 6-time South Carolina Golden Gloves champion Vaughn "Snap Back" Williams. Williams, a light heavyweight from Greenville, gained a hard-fought unanimous decision victory over Alex Bonds of Tallahassee, Florida.
For Williams, fighting for the first time as a professional was a challenge.
"The way you are in the ring, pacing yourself, it's different," he said. "I had to get the ring rust off."
In the future, the Greenville southpaw plans to fight more frequently and build his professional resume.
"Keep fighting once a month," he said. "Stay in the ring and stay active. That's it."
Two South Carolina super middleweights also scored their first professional victories on the card.
Gaffney's Carly "Scarface" Holman notched a first-round knockout win over Jessica Roberson, and Walterboro's Fredrick Yates, Jr. defeated Mark Anderson by unanimous decision.
Yates, a 12-year U.S. Army veteran who served three combat tours, was glad to have made his professional debut but critical of his performance.
"I felt like I could have done a lot better, but I was so nervous," he said. "I couldn't even feel my legs going out."
Yates said that his military experience helped to prepare him for boxing.
"Without serving in the military, I don't think I could have done it tonight," he said. "There's nothing like getting in that ring."
Yates shared a training camp with Pridgeon, the main attraction of Saturday's fight card. The experience was "painful," said Yates, laughing. "He pushed me."
For Pridgeon, the 8-week training camp was a new experience.
"We got up every morning and ran at Fort Jackson with the soldiers," he said. "We hired a nutritionist. I feel good."
Next on the agenda for Pridgeon is a title fight scheduled for Dec. 14.
"I don't even want to take any time off," said Pridgeon. "I just want to get straight back to work."
OCtech announces honor students for fall 2021
Special to The T&Dhttps://thetandd.com/news/local/education/octech-announces-honor-students-for-fall-2021/article_b0d1ca35-02e3-5e0a-ade5-94a64ca67590.html
The following individuals have been named honor students for the fall 2021 academic term at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College:President’s ListBarnwell: Phoebe Black, Jessie Hernandez, David Stanford, Stephanie Lott, Jacob Padgett, Monica Salcido, Elizabeth WilliamsBlackville: Sheltsie FlowersBowman: Maggie Bonnette, Julia Dixon, Tamerria Felder, Gracen Harris, Spring Hernandez, Margaret RiserBranchville: Nolan Banks, Jacob Blankenship, Elizabeth Heape, Malayna Holder, Carl...
The following individuals have been named honor students for the fall 2021 academic term at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College:
Barnwell: Phoebe Black, Jessie Hernandez, David Stanford, Stephanie Lott, Jacob Padgett, Monica Salcido, Elizabeth Williams
Blackville: Sheltsie Flowers
Bowman: Maggie Bonnette, Julia Dixon, Tamerria Felder, Gracen Harris, Spring Hernandez, Margaret Riser
Branchville: Nolan Banks, Jacob Blankenship, Elizabeth Heape, Malayna Holder, Carley Kinard, Brian Smith, Morgan Dukes, Eboni Tucker
Cameron: McCants Aull, Stephanie Bird, Anna Plummer, Cale Quattlebaum, Kaylee Shannon, Hunter Summers, Ava Ulmer, Cade Wiles, Abigail Williams
Cope: Braylen Chitty, Lauren Craft, Trevon Kelly, Kelsey Mack, Esmeralda Velasquez, Cortlen Frazier
Cordova: Johnny Barnes, Hannah Fischer, Lila Aldana-Diaz
Denmark: Cody Spell
Elloree: Olivia Polin, Latrevia Robinson, Jehlon Sheard, Ke’Mya Sutton, Ashley Lynch
Eutawville: Shaniya Green, Trendell Gavin, Kaylee Travis
Holly Hill: Shameeka Barnes, Bailey Boddorf, Nadia Lyde, Cierra RandolphInman: Madison Morris
Neeses: Carmen Major, Jacquelyn Haynes
North: Destiny Hansen, Jessica Livingston, Syrenity Sims, En Wang, Conrad Wilson, Crystin Younce
North Charleston: Anniemarie Jones, Catherine Fogle, Joseph NewNorway: Andrea Beason, Cameron Golden, Jaylen Harris, Kaylee Thomas
Orangeburg: Ma’kedda Bowman, Logan Brown, Reyhnard Butler, Maggie Carter, Ndioba Fall, Joshua Grant, Petre’ Haynes, Keith Jones, Unique Lane, Hiral Patel, Michelle Pendarvis, Tysheona Peoples, Michael Risa, Morgan Scott, Connor Smith, Dalton Thomas, India Thomas, William Amaker, Arianna Benjamin, Paige Bordenkecher, Stephany Brailey, Daniel Brandyburg, Cory Chatman, Kayleigh Corbett, Bailey Craven, Kedriona Daniels, Jonovan Darby, Siri Davis, Victor Davis, Ayanna Diop, Mary Drew, Alphaeus Eades, Emilee Clare Fanning, Ke’Aundra Felder, Abby Fenton, Matthew Frederick, Paris Graves, Amanda Hezekiah, Brevie Holiday, Ramona Hornsby, Yasmine Howell, Sa’meyah Hunter, Brandy Jeffrey, Azha Jeter, Alexander Johnson, Erminia Mikaela Johnson, Fredric Johnson, Stella Jones, Ange Kepnang, Jaden Kovach, Jalyn Lawrence, Anthony Mack, Susanna McCormick, Christie Montgomery, Raquel Murray, Jackston Nance, Aaliyah Nimmons, Angel Oliver, Kourtne Onyeocha, Robert Ott, Neel Patel, Nidhi Patel, Taylor Proveaux, Lara Pugh, Jaiesha Rodriguez, Kyseanna Rowe, Astha Singh, Kendrick Singleton, Joshua Skinner, Makayla Stewart, Skylar Stillinger, Sarah Tant, Madison Valentine, Thomas Waystack, Tiana Whetstone, Hannah White, Deangelo Wilson, Trinity Winningham, Leslie Worley
Rowesville: Marques Harris, Mark Pelzer
Santee: Baron Frazier, Katina Nelson, Darryus Brisbon, Armani King
St. George: Cody Canady, Jacob Watkins, Filiz Demian
St. Matthews: Journey Reed, Grace Threatt, Bari Arant, Jermylah Breeland, James Felder, Ebony Fowler, Kenneth Green, JoQwan Guinyard, Tallon Hood, Tamara Keller, Margaret Lambert, Noemi Landeros-Silva, Adam Lowder, Laurie McGee, Michelle McGill, Kaden Strickland, Madison Ulmer
Swansea: Shamya Smith, Gabino Navarrete, Danielle Yeager
Vance: Sha’Mya Davis, Talkea Guess, Zion Howell
Bamberg: Samuel Beck, Jennifer DeFrenn, Hannah Reed, Ashby Ulmer, Tanika Summers
Blackville: Amy Mitchell
Branchville: Mason McCormack, Jacob Wiles, Christopher Conrad, Tyler Dantzler, Makensie McAlhany, Shaniya McMillan, Brady Ott, Robert Ott, Macy Vallentine
Cameron: Ryan Quattlebaum
Cordova: Jessica Barnes, Nicholas Cope, Rachel Cramer, Wesley Friday, Jari Livingston
Denmark: Autumn Brightwell, Cooper Gleaton
Elloree: Kaylah Johnson-Lloyd, Justin Smith
Eutawville: Eboni Bryant, Kimberly Martin, Shalaya Murray, Santana Snell
Harleyville: Rhett Mizzell, Rebecca Pendarvis, Debra Chapman
Holly Hill: Erik McKune, Johnathan Sumpter
Neeses: Alexis Earle, Summer Etheridge, Jeremy Metts, Madison Smith, Hannah Spires
North: Kindall Braxton, Keri Kibodeaux, Victoria Teran, Joseph Veliz, Carlee Chavis, Haley Fulmer, Christasia Pough-Richardson
Orangeburg: Brianna Brown, Grace Dambra, Zoey Davis, Javien Elmore, Damion Felder, Genesis Fields, Michele Flaherty, Brittany Hammett , Sharon Heatley, Michael Jackson, Joshua Jamison-Cooper, Sha-Tarah Keitt, Jeremy Knight, Elizabeth Ogden, William Porter, Courtney Rich, Donna Roberts, Tammia Robinson, Andrew Sloop, Lauren Stroud, Alexis Thomas, Eri’yhane Washington, Riley Welch, Brandon Williams, Alyvia Anderson, Jasmine Nicole Anderson, Nigel Bradley, Lamarr Brokenbaugh, Makayla Brown, Catherine Brunson, Ja’dayah Canteen, Alejandra Chavez Alas, Nigel Christopher, Francis Cooper, Mi’Cayla Darby, Darian Dawson, Twanya Elmore, Elizabeth Fairchild, Alyx Foster, Tasheea Franklin, Saim Fraser, Brittany Garrick, Ariyanna Gathers, Sa’diamond Gibson, Xachary Goldsmith, Zaria Graham, Khadijah Green, Raymond Hamilton, Sarah Hammett, Yaneekwah Hart, Erin Holliday, Makenzie Hollington, Zipporah Howell, Kristan Hubbard, Andrew Hunter, Madison Jackson, Jessica James, Natalia Judge, Kelsey Lake, Matthew Layton, Madison Marcus, Harry Mims, Marsha Myers, Kenterricka Neals, Amelia Nkhata, Jayden Perry, Shaquilla Polite, Ashwin Pradeep, Vanisha Raysor, Seth Robinson, Maya Sanders-Greene, Jonathan Smalls, Michael Templeton, Tyler Thompson, Zion Thompson, Ashley Walker, Carley Walling, Isabelle Wassell, Nadia White, Jasmine Williams, Lynezia Yon, Tra’Quann Young
Reevesville: Andrew Connelly, Faith Hughes
Santee: Teonna Allen, Ragen Elmore
St. George: William Perkins, Kalen Daniels, Anna Smith
St. Matthews: Victoria Smith, Ashleigh Bingham, Cole Griffin, Melissa Pough, Caleb Quick, Joel Shuler, Ashlyn Smith, Keisha Watson, Emily Westberry, Jessica Westberry, J’nya Whaley, Camille Anderson, Kathleen Bonnett, Ariel Chavez, Patricia Grubbs, Caitlin Hollingsworth, Andreas Kokonios, Iris Mitchell, Brandon Myrick, Cameron Rose, Angela Wright
Swansea: Ryan Cruthird, Thayne Mina
Heavy Rainfall Across Southeast South Carolina and Georgia - June 2019
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTSPOTTER REPORTSNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC708 PM EDT THU JUN 13 2019...HEAVY RAINS FALL ACROSS SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA AND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA... THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN BY VARIOUS QUALITYCONTROLLED OBSERVATIONS SYSTEMS FROM ACROSS SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINAAND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA. RAINFALL REPORTS ARE FROM JUNE 10 THROUGH 7 AM ON THE 13TH.********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************LOCATION STORM TOTAL TIME/DATE COMMENTS ...
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTSPOTTER REPORTSNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC708 PM EDT THU JUN 13 2019...HEAVY RAINS FALL ACROSS SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA AND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA... THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN BY VARIOUS QUALITYCONTROLLED OBSERVATIONS SYSTEMS FROM ACROSS SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINAAND SOUTHEAST GEORGIA. RAINFALL REPORTS ARE FROM JUNE 10 THROUGH 7 AM ON THE 13TH.********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************LOCATION STORM TOTAL TIME/DATE COMMENTS RAINFALL OF /INCHES/ MEASUREMENTGEORGIA...BRYAN COUNTY... 1 NNE RICHMOND HILL 4.25 510 PM 6/13 GA-BR-2: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NW BELFAST 2.18 527 PM 6/13 GA-BR-9: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...BULLOCH COUNTY... 4 S GEORGIA SOUTHERN 4.02 511 PM 6/13 GA-BU-15: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NW STATESBORO 1.99 638 PM 6/13 GAEMN MESONET 4 N STATESBORO 1.51 611 PM 6/13 GA-BU-13: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...CANDLER COUNTY... 7 N METTER 1.44 612 PM 6/13 GA-CD-2: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...CHATHAM COUNTY... 5 S POOLER 8.85 501 PM 6/13 GA-CT-77: 3-DAY TOTAL. KSAV SAVANNAH AIRPORT 6.89 628 PM 6/13 KSAV: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NW BURROUGHS 6.35 639 PM 6/13 GAEMN MESONET 2 NE GARDEN CITY 5.85 505 PM 6/13 GA-CT-28: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SW GARDEN CITY 5.41 506 PM 6/13 GA-CT-83: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 NW POOLER 4.55 508 PM 6/13 GA-CT-1: 3-DAY TOTAL. 7 SSW SKIDAWAY ISLAN 3.91 634 PM 6/13 GAEMN MESONET 6 SSE MELDRIM 3.87 512 PM 6/13 GA-CT-67: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 N ISLE OF HOPE 3.46 513 PM 6/13 GA-CT-57: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 W SANDFLY 3.20 514 PM 6/13 GA-CT-74: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 W SKIDAWAY ISLAND 2.79 516 PM 6/13 GA-CT-75: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SW VERNONBURG 2.72 521 PM 6/13 GA-CT-36: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 WSW WINDSOR FOREST 2.46 522 PM 6/13 GA-CT-3: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 WNW WHITE BLUFF 2.42 522 PM 6/13 GA-CT-60: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNW WHITE BLUFF 2.37 523 PM 6/13 GA-CT-55: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 NE SKIDAWAY ISLAND 2.29 636 PM 6/13 GAEMN MESONET 1 E WILMINGTON ISLAN 2.24 526 PM 6/13 GA-CT-80: 3-DAY TOTAL. SAVANNAH 2.24 525 PM 6/13 GA-CT-79: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 N TYBEE ISLAND 2.12 528 PM 6/13 GA-CT-37: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 ENE WILMINGTON ISL 2.03 607 PM 6/13 GA-CT-64: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...EFFINGHAM COUNTY... 1 SW STILLWELL 6.35 503 PM 6/13 GA-EF-17: 3-DAY TOTAL. MARLOW 5.87 504 PM 6/13 GA-EF-13: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 WSW EBENEZER 4.78 507 PM 6/13 GA-EF-18: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...EVANS COUNTY... 3 N BELLVILLE 1.59 609 PM 6/13 GA-EV-1: 3-DAY TOTAL ...LIBERTY COUNTY... 4 ENE MIDWAY 2.79 517 PM 6/13 GA-LB-6: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 N HINESVILLE 1.89 608 PM 6/13 GA-LB-11: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 E HALFMOON LANDING 1.56 610 PM 6/13 GA-LB-10: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 ENE MIDWAY 1.35 614 PM 6/13 GA-LB-4: 3-DAY TOTAL ...MCINTOSH COUNTY... 2 NNE PINE HARBOR 1.43 613 PM 6/13 GA-MI-5: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNE SHELLMAN BLUFF 1.24 615 PM 6/13 GA-MI-1: 3-DAY TOTAL. SAPELO ISLAND 1.10 617 PM 6/13 GA-MI-6: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 S CARNIGAN 1.06 622 PM 6/13 GA-MI-3: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...SCREVEN COUNTY... 1 S NEWINGTON 2.85 515 PM 6/13 GA-SV-5: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 W SYLVANIA 1.47 624 PM 6/13 GA-SV-3: 3-DAY TOTAL. SOUTH CAROLINA...ALLENDALE COUNTY... 2 SE ALLENDALE 0.44 457 PM 6/13 SC-AL-2: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...BEAUFORT COUNTY... 3 ENE BLUFFTON 11.07 306 PM 6/13 SC-BF-22: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 N BLUFFTON 9.53 704 PM 6/13 SC-BF-74: 2-DAY TOTAL. 2 W PRITCHARDVILLE 9.20 705 PM 6/13 SC-BF-85: 2-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNE HILTON HEAD IS 8.80 309 PM 6/13 SC-BF-2: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NNW PRITCHARDVILLE 8.20 310 PM 6/13 SC-BF-86: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NNE BLUFFTON 8.09 311 PM 6/13 SC-BF-4: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SSW PRITCHARDVILLE 7.25 313 PM 6/13 SC-BF-50: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 N PRITCHARDVILLE 7.09 315 PM 6/13 SC-BF-10: 3-DAY TOTAL 6 E JASPER 6.58 316 PM 6/13 SC-BF-32: 3-DAY TOTAL. 6 ENE JASPER 6.20 321 PM 6/13 SC-BF-36: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 WNW PARRIS ISLAND 5.88 323 PM 6/13 SC-BF-53: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNW FOLLY FIELD 5.26 332 PM 6/13 SC-BF-66: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 ENE HILTON HEAD IS 5.01 336 PM 6/13 SC-BF-59: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NNW PORT ROYAL 4.49 347 PM 6/13 SC-BF-80: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 ESE BEAUFORT 4.43 352 PM 6/13 SC-BF-68: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNE BEAUFORT 4.40 355 PM 6/13 SC-BF-35: 3-DAY TOTAL. 5 NE BEAUFORT 3.42 410 PM 6/13 SC-BF-37: 3-DAY TOTAL. 7 NNW TYBEE ISLAND 3.39 410 PM 6/13 SC-BF-23: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...BERKELEY COUNTY... 7 NNE GOOSE CREEK 5.11 332 PM 6/13 SC-BK-55: 3-DAY TOTAL. SANGAREE 4.18 357 PM 6/13 SC-BK-68: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SE COLLEGE PARK 2.93 421 PM 6/13 SC-BK-17: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNW GOOSE CREEK 2.90 422 PM 6/13 SC-BK-65: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 ESE COLLEGE PARK 2.71 425 PM 6/13 SC-BK-71: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NE GOOSE CREEK 2.65 427 PM 6/13 SC-BK-57: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 S DANIEL ISLAND 2.37 434 PM 6/13 SC-BK-48: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SSW DANIEL ISLAND 2.28 437 PM 6/13 SC-BK-61: 3-DAY TOTAL. SAINT STEPHEN 1.61 446 PM 6/13 SC-BK-59: 3-DAY TOTAL. 6 WNW SAINT STEPHEN 1.17 450 PM 6/13 SC-BK-29: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...CHARLESTON COUNTY... 3 SW EDISTO ISLAND 7.11 314 PM 6/13 SC-CR-153: 3-DAY TOTAL 3 S SHADOWMOSS 6.29 318 PM 6/13 SC-CR-97: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SW SHADOWMOSS 5.92 322 PM 6/13 SC-CR-151: 3-DAY TOTAL. 5 E BENNETTS POINT 5.74 325 PM 6/13 SC-CR-155: 3-DAY TOTAL 5 SSE CAINHOY 5.46 325 PM 6/13 SC-CR-26: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 ESE EDISTO ISLAND 5.35 326 PM 6/13 SC-CR-115: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NNW NORTH CHARLEST 5.34 328 PM 6/13 SC-CR-57: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 N ROCKVILLE 5.29 329 PM 6/13 SC-CR-98: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SSW SHADOWMOSS 5.00 337 PM 6/13 SC-CR-6: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SE CAINHOY 4.72 338 PM 6/13 SC-CR-112: 3-DAY TOTAL. MCCLELLANVILLE 4.70 341 PM 6/13 SC-CR-33: 3-DAY TOTAL 3 SE HANAHAN 4.66 341 PM 6/13 SC-CR-78: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SW SHADOWMOSS 4.60 343 PM 6/13 SC-CR-173: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SSE CAINHOY 4.57 345 PM 6/13 SC-CR-106: 3-DAY TOTAL. 4 SSE CAINHOY 4.46 349 PM 6/13 SC-CR-158: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 N NORTH CHARLESTON 4.42 353 PM 6/13 SC-CR-171: 3-DAY TOTAL. 5 ESE CAINHOY 4.41 354 PM 6/13 SC-CR-146: 3-DAY TOTAL. KCXM: DTWN CHARLESTON 4.22 627 PM 6/13 KCXM: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 N MOUNT PLEASANT 4.09 359 PM 6/13 SC-CR-148: 3-DAY TOTAL. 4 E JOHNS ISLAND 4.08 401 PM 6/13 SC-CR-74: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SSW JAMES ISLAND 3.99 402 PM 6/13 SC-CR-60: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NNW MOUNT PLEASANT 3.82 405 PM 6/13 SC-CR-10: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SE DANIEL ISLAND 3.77 407 PM 6/13 SC-CR-144: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 ESE CHARLESTON AIR 3.53 407 PM 6/13 SC-CR-49: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 S CAINHOY 3.50 409 PM 6/13 SC-CR-113: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 ESE KIAWAH ISLAND 3.36 411 PM 6/13 SC-CR-154: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NW LADSON 3.31 413 PM 6/13 SC-CR-149: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SW JAMES ISLAND 3.15 416 PM 6/13 SC-CR-141: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 WSW JAMES ISLAND 2.77 423 PM 6/13 SC-CR-175: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SSE WEST ASHLEY 2.72 424 PM 6/13 SC-CR-88: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 NE MOUNT PLEASANT 2.57 429 PM 6/13 SC-CR-4: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SW GOOSE CREEK 2.57 430 PM 6/13 SC-CR-30: 3-DAY TOTAL. KCHS: CHARLESTON APRT 2.57 627 PM 6/13 KCHS: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SSW NORTH CHARLEST 2.48 432 PM 6/13 SC-CR-87: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 ENE MOUNT PLEASANT 2.47 433 PM 6/13 SC-CR-77: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 NE JAMES ISLAND 2.33 435 PM 6/13 SC-CR-96: 3-DAY TOTAL. 5 ENE SULLIVANS ISLA 1.44 448 PM 6/13 SC-CR-166: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...COLLETON COUNTY... 1 SSE GREEN POND 6.25 320 PM 6/13 SC-CL-4: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 SSW ROUND O 4.53 346 PM 6/13 SC-CL-16: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNW COTTAGEVILLE 3.06 417 PM 6/13 SC-CL-17: 3-DAY TOTAL. CANADYS 2.65 428 PM 6/13 SC-CL-6: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 NNW WALTERBORO 2.27 439 PM 6/13 SC-CL-3: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 NW ASHTON 2.26 439 PM 6/13 SC-CL-9: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 W ISLANDTON 2.09 443 PM 6/13 SC-CL-20: 3-DAY TOTAL. SMOAKS 1.46 447 PM 6/13 SC-CL-5: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...DORCHESTER COUNTY... 4 WNW CHARLESTON AIR 3.22 415 PM 6/13 SC-DC-57: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SSW SUMMERVILLE 2.96 420 PM 6/13 SC-DC-36: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SE KNIGHTSVILLE 2.96 420 PM 6/13 SC-DC-62: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 S RIDGEVILLE 1.99 445 PM 6/13 SC-DC-66: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SSE REEVESVILLE 0.87 454 PM 6/13 SC-DC-18: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...HAMPTON COUNTY... 2 W HAMPTON 2.51 430 PM 6/13 SC-HM-21: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SSE HAMPTON 2.45 434 PM 6/13 SC-HM-7: 3-DAY TOTAL. 3 WNW CROCKETVILLE 2.33 436 PM 6/13 SC-HM-16: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SE HAMPTON 2.20 441 PM 6/13 SC-HM-15: 3-DAY TOTAL. 2 SSW BRUNSON 1.45 449 PM 6/13 SC-HM-2: 3-DAY TOTAL. ...JASPER COUNTY... 2 S JASPER 5.80 324 PM 6/13 SC-JS-9: 3-DAY TOTAL. 1 SSE OLD HOUSE 5.07 334 PM 6/13 SC-JS-3: 3-DAY REPORT.