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TAYLORS, SC NEWS From April 2013


Population:  21,617
ZIP code: 29687
Area code: 864
Area: 10.9 sq mi

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Michael J. Cooke, Greer Cultural Arts Council board member, dies
APR 16, 2013

Michael J. Cooke, a member of the Greer Cultural Arts Council Board of Directors, died Saturday.

Michael J. Cooke, a member of the Greer Cultural Arts Council Board of Directors, died Saturday.

Cooke performed in Greer Childrens Theater events and volunteered on the set for its productions.

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Robert 'R.T.' Turner, veteran, dies
APR 12, 2013

Robert 'R.T.' Turner, veteran, dies

Robert Earl “R.T.” Turner, 63, of 205 Wayman Drive, died April 11, 2013 at Village Hospital.

A native of Greenville County, son of the late Paul Arthur and Betty Hipps Turner, he was a U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran, a retired employee of General Electric, and attended Grace Baptist Church.

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Queens visit Zaxby's in Greer for fundraiser
APR 11, 2013

From the left are: Ashlynn Storms (Miss Carolina Foothills Teen), Caroline Cavendish (Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Teen), Whittany Evans (Miss Blue Ridge Foothills) and Cameron Gaubert (Miss Wade Hampton Taylors Teen). They appeared at a fundraiser at Zaxby's in Greer.

The Blue Ridge Foothills, Wade Hampton Taylors and Carolina Foothills girls had fun raising money at Zaxby's in Greer.

Visit the greater Greer area pageant news page for more stories and photos.

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Greer area students awarded Foothills Scholarships to attend NGU
APR 5, 2013

Victor Chasteen, senior at Blue Ridge High School, is the son of Scott and Heather Chasteen of Taylors.

Six students from greater Greer area high schools have been awarded the Foothills Scholarship by North Greenville University. The scholarships have an annual value of $12,000 and 4-year total of $48,000.

Victor Chasteen and Lucas McClain of Blue Ridge High School, Zachary Davis of Riverside HS, Ilse Peterson of Eastside HS, Kendra Webb, Greenville HS, and John Partin, home schooled, received the grants based on academic achievement, school, church and community involvement.

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7-Eleven rebranding Palms, Hickory Point stores
APR 2, 2013

7-Eleven is coming to the upstate where it will rebrand Palms and Hickory Point stores. Point of sales technology goes online this week, stocking trademark merchandise and signage is scheduled to be put in place the next two months, according to Greer area store employees.

7-Eleven, the world’s largest convenience store chain, is coming to the Upstate. Palms and Hickory Point stores will be rebranded as 7-Eleven.

Palms stores will close Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. and all day Thursday as the stores will be converted to the 7-Eleven point of sales technology. The re-branding will take at last two months, according to store employees at the Greer area Palms.

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