Week 10 winners
There were 74 qualified entries for the tenth week of the contest. No contestants picked all 10 games correctly, seven picked nine games correctly, 41 picked eight games correctly and 26 picked seven games correctly.
Saturday, November 8
GHSA State Class AA and AAAAA Meet at Carrollton, Ga.
(all games 7:30 p.m.)
Friday, November 7
Evans vs. Greenbrier
Grovetown at Richmond Academy
Harlem at East Laurens
A Martinez businessman and a former assistant district attorney are headed for a Dec. 2 runoff election for the Columbia County Commission District 3 seat. Trip Derryberry garnered the most votes in Tuesday's special election, but was unable to draw the more than 50 percent required to win outright. He will face Mack Taylor, a lawyer in private practice, who came in second with about 23 percent of the vote.
Wayne Bridges will fill the unexpired term of former Tax Commissioner Kay Allen, who resigned in March after a prolonged controversy over fees she was paid by the cities of Grovetown and Harlem for tax collection services.
Challenging Aiken County Citizens to Vote Yes Yes In South Carolina no Federal or State dollars can be used for keeping school buildings up-to-date. No Lottery Funds or City tax dollars are allotted for school buildings.
Jeremy Mace of North Augusta is a write in candidate for the Aiken County School Board District 5. Ray Fleming has held this position for 8 years and is retiring.
Jeremy is the CEO/owner of New Fire Media.