That’s a lot of paw on the front lawn of the federal courthouse in Columbia. U.S. District Judge Joe Anderson, a Clemson University graduate, jokingly said he’s unsure how the 50-foot, rye grass decoration got there. But this best view of the paw is from a window in Anderson’s chambers.
That’s a lot of paw on the front lawn of the federal courthouse in Columbia. U.S. District Judge Joe Anderson, a Clemson University graduate, jokingly said he’s unsure how the 50-foot, rye grass decoration got there. But this best view of the paw is from a window in Anderson’s chambers. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
That’s a lot of paw on the front lawn of the federal courthouse in Columbia. U.S. District Judge Joe Anderson, a Clemson University graduate, jokingly said he’s unsure how the 50-foot, rye grass decoration got there. But this best view of the paw is from a window in Anderson’s chambers. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

U.S. Judge Anderson shows his (sports) leanings

January 08, 2016 06:11 PM

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