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Training for war

They join up in Detroit and Brooklyn, Phoenix and Seattle, and in hundreds of smaller communities across America. Most were just 11 or 12 when terrorists struck on Sept. 11, 2001, which ignited the chain of events that sent thousands of troops to Afghanistan and Iraq. Soon, it will be their turn to fight. But first they must be cleansed of bad habits, purged of weakness and stripped of selfishness.



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Couple battle HIV, make every day count

World AIDS Day on Monday marks one day of the year to focus on HIV and AIDS. For Ron Sproul and Ray Massaux, every day is a reminder. "You always worry about the day you'll wake up with something that you can't bounce back from," Massaux said. The couple learned their status in 2000, less than a year after they met. Rather than becoming a bane, being HIV-positive inspires them daily to stay healthy, following all doctors' orders.

State's future Moore's passion

Editor's note: This is the first of two stories on one of the most influential women in South Carolina. The pragmatic Grande Dame of South Carolina receives her guests by the Steinway & Sons grand piano, nestled in a front parlor niche of her luxurious South of Broad home. She introduces her husband, Richard Rainwater, as "Dr. Doom." He is holding a can of soda, chatting and a little self-deprecating, full of praise for the lady of the house, worried that the economic downturn could mean utter disaster. A platter of hors d'oeuvres slides through.

Good Cheer confronts gloomy economic season

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Embracing diversity

A striking surge in Hispanic students at one Charleston County elementary school has changed the way its educators do business. The school communicates with its Hispanic parents in their native tongue, and teachers work hard to overcome the language barrier of students and their families.










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