• Republican Gov. Nikki Haley outraised Democratic challenger Vincent Sheheen over the past 3 1/2 months andhas nearly $1 million more on hand headed into the final two weeks of the election.
• Fear, even moreso than emergency preparation or hospital training,has marked the initial wave of impact from Ebola in South Carolina.
And the hysteria likely will grow worse as flu season picks up, since Ebola and flu share some early symptoms.
• Gov. Nikki Haley will debate her four challengers at Furman University at 7 p.m.
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Thomas Ravenel loans $427,000 to his Senate campaign
Husband's deployment spotlighted in new Gov. Haley campaign ad
Sheheen: End contributions from firms receiving incentives
U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn's Republican opponent took to Facebook last week to call same-sex couples bullies and "Gremlins that will only destroy our way of life."
It's Haley's race by a wide margin, new poll finds
Secretary of State candidate Deerin to take on 90-mile bike ride
ELECTIONS 2014: Common Core debate cools between candidates to head schools
Haley's focus on jobs helped her weather problems
Same-sex couple urge judge to toss Haley, Wilson objections to their marriage
Remembering Russ Cassell
Midlands school districts hold steady on report cards
First-year Clemson president gives Rotarians a progress report
Wild Dunes condo owners appeal state fine for illegal seawall
Myrtle Beach City Council nominates assistant city manager to replace retiring city manager
Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2014/10/20/4550314_myrtle-beach-city-council-nominates.html?sp=/99/209/&rh=1#storylink=cpy
Bikefest concerns help lead Greer administrator to stay
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