"Not everyone is a born leader," says Doherty. "But EVERYONE can become a better leader. Whether coaching a sport, running a company, or leading your family there are skills that can be developed to put you and your organization in a position for success.”
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The Big Game didn’t live up to expectations as Tom Brady won his 7th ring in convincing fashion over the Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes fought as hard as he could, but it was the Buccaneers defense that deserves a bulk of the credit. Hate it or Love it? Twitter Reacts to The Weeknd’s Super […]
South Carolina lawmakers are considering a bill that would give some people the ability to openly carry guns in the state. The Palmetto State is one of only five states in the country without legislation that allows open carry in some form.
“To call our system of government racist, that is an untruth as far as I’m concerned I truly believe that is an untruth as far as history is concerned and it does a disservice to our students. It puts the idea in the mind of our children that they live in a nation that has promoted racism,” Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson said prior to the vote.
James Giannakos Jr., 46, of Gilbert, S.C. left a series of voicemails last month threatening that the former prosecutor, her family and her co-workers would be in “danger” if anything happened to Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio. He then blamed the former prosecutor for outing Tarrio to the press as an FBI informant, transcripts of the court documents filed Feb. 2 show.
The bills introduced in both chambers on Monday look to erase the ability of minors being able to wed in the state. Something that would be a first in history. As it stands currently, anyone over the age of 14 can enter into a marriage commitment in the Tar Heel State.
"To call our system of government racist, that is an untruth as far as I'm concerned. I truly believe that is an untruth as far as history is concerned and it does a disservice to our students. It puts the idea in the mind of our children that they live in a nation that has promoted racism," Robinson said at the time.
One person who strongly disagrees with Cooper's assessment of the state's current education model is Steve Oreskovic. The 25-year veteran middle school teacher, co-chair of the CMS Superintendent's Teacher Advisory Council and member of the CMS Metrics Committee joined WBT's Bo Thompson Morning Show to give his perspective on state officials pushing to reopen schools for in-person instruction.
"We're pushing for choice," Rebecca Ivanov told WBT's Bo Thompson on Tuesday. "And a lot of people have signed up for Plan B, we were patient in August and saying "Okay, they're going to wait until the data comes out." Now here we are over 100 days into school. You've got surrounding counties that have been operating."