Chris Haire

Charleston City Paper

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Author; Editor of the Charleston City Paper

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In Cleveland National Forest, the Holy Jim Fire has scorched nearly 10,000 acres since it began Monday -- allegedly from arson.

What we know about the man suspected of starting the Holy Fire

In Cleveland National Forest, the Holy Jim Fire has scorched nearly 10,000 acres since it began Monday -- allegedly from arson.

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South Carolina may have a reputation for its genteel, Southern charm … but when it comes to politics, that’s another story.

South Carolina’s Dirty Political Tricks

South Carolina may have a reputation for its genteel, Southern charm … but when it comes to politics, that’s another story.

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