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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Aiken, South Carolina
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Own a historical record of a historic election a a rarely is history made in such a Clear fashion but the election of Barack Obama As president is one of those moments none of us should Ever forget. 17a t to i i it Obama transition Rahm Emanuel chief of staff a bom nov. 29, 1959. In Chicago a joins Bill Clinton s presidential Campaign in 1992 a senior adviser to Clinton at the White House. 1993-1998 a elected to Congress in 2002 currently the fourth highest ranking member of the House s democratic leadership a helped Lead democrats to majority control of the House in 2006 a known As a democratic political pugilist who relentlessly attacks toes source wow hog guv a Rtuh a Chicago Tribune a o 200# act Sam Markus Bratcher Negley a Luella Holloway Kirkland Warrenville Allace Miles Aiken Nyilis Wise Moyer Omerville Bye l. Sumpter Lyce deaths and funerals 16a Calendar 5c classifieds 2d crossword 4c comics 3c dear Abby 4c financial 12a horoscopes _ 3c movie listings so nation world a obituaries 6a opinions Iba puzzles 4c sports in to listings 2c . Councilman wont step Down yet a Gene Smith vows to await a ruling from the . Secretary of state even though the attorney general says his seat on Council is forfeit. By Jennifer Miller staff writer even an opinion by the state attorney general that he has forfeited his seat Isnit persuading embattled new Ellenton City councilman Gene Smith to resign. A a in a waiting until i get official word from the Secretary of state a Smith said Friday. According to an opinion from the attorney general once the area where an elected official lives is declared no longer in the City the person living there fails to meet the residency requirements of the office and therefore forfeits his office. The attorney general goes on to state that the opinion assumes that any court ruling is final and there Are no appeals planned. Smith said he will a a. I f my questioning the Way things Are done is causing problems then i la cause problems. Quot Gene Smith new Ellenton City councilman know that stipulation has been met once he hears from the . Secretary of state. He said he wont resign a until All the is Are dotted and to a Are Smith does no to know when that will be but said state sen. Greg Ryberg has requested a decision from the Secretary of state. Mayor Vernon Dunbar said he understands that Smith wants to make sure everything is done correctly. A but he a taking away from our time and Energy to do the things we need to be doing a Dunbar said. A if he Smith is out of the City and be serv ing we could be please see councilman Page 14a veterans celebrated by chukker Creek kids by Rob Novit senior writer they walked Orito the stage for chukker Creek elementary schools veterans Day program w Ith a v Aneth of Ages backgrounds and experiences. Army veterans. Navy marines coast guard some serving in w ars others during peacetime. They were escorted by their children or grandchildren or their nieces or nephews. Some were accompanied by their great grandchildren including Jim husky 89, and 6-year-old Noah Platt. They were saluted in song by the chukker Creek chorus under the direction of Joyce English. At a reception afterwards. Husky and Noah were joined by husky a coming 34009 00001 College football Check the Aiken standards sports Section on sunday to see How Clemson us and All your other favorite College football teams fared. A manner of speaking a polite a yes May am is spoken Here but other places a simple a a yeah will do. We take a Long look at Peoples speech and staff photo by Rob Novit with their emotion evident military veterans who were special guests at chukker Creek elementary school s veterans Day program Friday listen As chorus members sing the poignant Quot american tears. Daughter Christina Warfield and granddaughter and Noah a mom Jill Platt. Husky initially served in the army in world War la until 1943, then joined the army air corps eventually logging 1,400 hours in the South Pacific. He moved to Aiken in 1952 to work at the Savannah River Plant and a year later was one of three staffers to Start up the worlds first heavy water nuclear reactor. A this is very very special a Jill Platt said of the veterans Day Obser please see veterans Page 14a is an Aiken county restaurant haunted by Rachel Johnson staff writer the evidence has been reviewed and suspicions confirmed Riley a Whitby Bull is haunted. Will and Lorraine Riley suspected they might not be alone in their restaurant and reported seeing fleeting glimpses of the unexplainable such As hearing music and the presence of Little people since they have been the owners of the Pine log Road location. They Arentt alone in their reports As previous owners have documented strange occurrences including the turning of a Doorknob. Current employees report bizarre encounters As Well. Curious to find out if they were not alone the Graniteville paranormal society Gas was called in to conduct an investigation on halloween night. The group is not your typical group of a ghost Hunters they Are a family joined by close friends who share a common interest. Gas founder Scott Sperringer and his friends began investigating suspected haunting for fun a few years ago visiting graveyards and abandoned buildings. During the Early Days the equipment was primitive please see haunted Page 14a staff photo by Rachel Johnson Graniteville paranormal society investigators Alan Nichols and Chelsea Sperringer discuss the suspected haunting with Riley s Whitby Bull owner will Riley. Gerald dealer g amp Ejli Eswagen Yuqu Styga 71-228-6900
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