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Repo men hit, at 4 a.m.

Travis Gevedon confronted the repo men in his driveway. He had the bill of sale for his 2001 Volvo S40. They had the title. They won. "It was kind of embarrassing," Gevedon said of scene that unfolded outside his James Island home about 4 a.m. Friday and caused neighbors to switch on porch lights.

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Principal forms own 'Cabinet'

MONCKS CORNER â€" President George W. Bush probably never had to remind his Secretary of Energy not to wear saggy pants to Cabinet meetings. Then again, the leader of the free world doesn't have 13 teenage boys as part of his inner circle.

Donations continue despite economy's toll on gifts

The Post and Courier Good Cheer Fund has been presented with very special gifts this holiday season. A contribution of $8,337.93 has been received from the joint estate of three sisters â€" Mrs. William (Clara) Schirmer, Mrs. Matthew (Evie) Hertz and Miss Maud Seel. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seel. It was the desire of these three women to provide a substantial annual gift to the Good Cheer Fund and in doing so, they bequeathed more than $600,000 of their combined estates to the fund.

Sheriff to stop limiting records access

The Beaufort County sheriff says he'll give the media reasonable access to crime reports on weekends and holidays after the South Carolina Attorney General's office said limiting access to weekdays violated the state's open records law. The Island Packet of Hilton Head and The Beaufort Gazette had objected to a new policy Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner adopted in November that blocked the media from looking at reports on weekends and holidays when administrative office are closed.

To our readers

The Post and Courier will observe curtailed schedules today to give a holiday to as many employees as possible. The advertising, business and circulation offices of the newspaper at 134 Columbus St. and 6296 Rivers Ave. will be closed all day today. Circulation department operators will be available from 6 to 9 a.m. for calls from customers. Normal business hours for these departments will resume Friday.

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