WASHINGTON -- "If wholesale voter fraud was committed, the evidence will be found in repetitive handwriting. We know that potentially falsified ballots are being preserved, but what about the discarded envelopes or signature parts of the paper ballot voting process? We must make sure that any handwritten evidentiary trail is not destroyed. Whether that happens by Trump supporters searching through the dumpsters near Democrat sweatshops in big cities - and preserving what they find - or through court orders ordering the signature/handwritten parts of all envelopes and/or ballots be preserved by voting officials, that evidence must be found and preserved, for that will show the 'smoking gun' if there is one to be found." Randall Terry M.A.

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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, November 16, 2020:   Tonight Pastor Nathan Bland welcomes Deborah Smith of Greenville, South Carolina to share her testimony of salvation, surviving abuse, and miraculous healing.  This program features music from The Tim Montgomery Band of McDonough, Georgia. 

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Inspire, who partners with high school and college faculty to guide immersive Christ-centered Bible experiences, is partnering with North Greenville University (NGU) to craft a week-long educational experience in Washington, DC. The pilot experience is a travel course to be offered in Summer 2021 titled "The Bible in the American Experience." The experience will provide three-credit hours to students and personal enrichment for alumni and friends to enroll in the course as auditors.

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Since last December, 15 S.C. Senate staffers, including the chamber’s top administrator, received pay hikes of up to nearly 34%, The Nerve found in a review of chamber records.

The top-paid staffer is Jeff Gossett, who, as the Senate clerk, manages the $16.3 million, 46-member chamber. He makes $225,000 annually, an increase of $14,864, or 7%, from his salary as of December 2019, according to records provided to The Nerve under the S.C. Freedom of Information Act.

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They say waiting is the hardest part. But they were wrong. Waiting is much worse when the messaging is controlled by a radical media with no interest in a fair outcome. For 48 hours, Americans have been glued to their televisions anxiously hoping for accurate updates on this nail-biter of a presidential race. What they've gotten instead is a torrent of commentary about the ridiculousness of President Trump questioning the results or laying claim to contested ballots. Worse, some outlets -- like the AP -- are calling anyone who draws attention to the irregularities liars. If you believe in transparency, you're a "conspiracy theorist." If you think there are anomalies to investigate, you're in denial. And yet the media -- who’s gotten everything dead wrong for five years -- still thinks we should trust their judgment? No thank you.

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Lauren Hawthorne (center) from Chesnee was crowned North Greenville University Homecoming Queen on Saturday, Oct. 17. The first runner-up was Makenzie Swearingen (right) from Aiken, and the second runner-up was Kaelie Ricker (left) from Tigerville.
Lauren Hawthorne (center) from Chesnee was crowned North Greenville University Homecoming Queen on Saturday, Oct. 17. The first runner-up was Makenzie Swearingen (right) from Aiken, and the second runner-up was Kaelie Ricker (left) from Tigerville.

North Greenville University elementary education major Lauren Hawthorne from Chesnee, representing the Resident Assistant Association, was crowned Homecoming Queen during a Saturday, Oct. 17 ceremony.

The first runner-up was Makenzie Swearingen, a biology major representing the Biology Club from Aiken. The second runner-up was Kaelie Ricker, an elementary education major representing Big & Little from Tigerville. 

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The first Wednesday of each month the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 meet at Greenville Shrine Club at 6:00p.m.  Meal available.  All Vietnam era Veterans welcome.

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