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Nations Lending Opens New Branch in Summerville

Company taps Hunter Jackson to lead and serve the Greater Charleston areaSUMMERVILLE, S.C., November 17, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--...

Company taps Hunter Jackson to lead and serve the Greater Charleston area

SUMMERVILLE, S.C., November 17, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nations Lending, a leading full-service national mortgage lender, has announced the opening of its newest branch in Summerville, South Carolina. The company has hired native South Carolinian Hunter Jackson as Branch Manager, where he will be serving buyers across Summerville and the Greater Charleston region. Hunter resides in Downtown Summerville with his wife and two children where he is extremely active in the community.

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Jackson brings more 16 years to the greater real estate space as a Manager, Lender, New Construction Sales and Management, as well as a realtor. He understands the 360-buyer experience from open-to-close. He comes from Guaranteed Rate, where he served as Branch Manager. A large focus of his business is working on VA loans.

In this most recent year, he produced $38 million in loan volume production and was a finalist for "Best Mortgage Lender and "Summerville Hero" by the Summerville Journal Scene.

"The people at Nations and the commitment the company makes to employees’ success are the biggest reasons I joined," said Jackson. "The company culture is second-to-none and I’m excited to make a splash. It’s amazing the ways that they support the relationship with real estate agents. I can’t wait to show my referral partners the great new things that I now have to offer!"

"Hunter brings an incredible energy that fits right into what we deliver every day here," said Corey Caster, Executive Vice President of National Production. "We’re excited to bring in a producer of his level in a new market for us."

Nations Lending is committed to continue The Hunter Jackson Group’s support of Summerville Dream, both as a community partner and sponsor of events, including The Sweet Tea Festival and The Christmas Parade, The Public Works Art Center, and many more outstanding community organizations and events within Summerville.

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Nations Lending Corporation™ is one of the fastest-growing mortgage lenders in the U.S. Headquartered in the Cleveland, Ohio area, it is licensed to lend in all 50 states and employs more than 1,200 at its corporate headquarters and throughout 138 branches across the U.S. The company makes its mission of "home loans. made human.™" an integral part of its mortgage experience, offering tailored customer service and a variety of programs to suit any home buyer's needs: FHA, VA, Conventional, Jumbo, USDA, and more. Nations is an agency-direct lender with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae and retains mortgage servicing rights on 96 percent of the loans it originates. The company is a two-time Inc. 5000 winner, which lists the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country. Nations was named a top-100 lender by National Mortgage Professional Magazine; a six-time winner of Scotsman Guide's Top Mortgage Lenders; and a Top Workplaces for Millennials winner by Fortune Magazine. Nations consistently ranks as a top IMB at National Mortgage Professional and Mortgage Executive Magazine. For more information, visit .

2 new DD2 board members share future plans, visions following election

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCSC) - Two new members will be joining Dorchester School District Two’s board in the next couple of weeks after the election, and they have revealed what they plan to focus on over the next four years.Cynthia Powell and Kellie Bates are the newest board members for Dorchester School District Two.Powell is 37-year veteran educator, who taught ancient history and Language Arts, and wants to cut into the shortages the district is suffering.“We, as educators, have never been paid what we are t...

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCSC) - Two new members will be joining Dorchester School District Two’s board in the next couple of weeks after the election, and they have revealed what they plan to focus on over the next four years.

Cynthia Powell and Kellie Bates are the newest board members for Dorchester School District Two.

Powell is 37-year veteran educator, who taught ancient history and Language Arts, and wants to cut into the shortages the district is suffering.

“We, as educators, have never been paid what we are truly worth,” Powell said. “Then, along with that, we need to work on the discipline problems that sometimes motivate teachers to just say, ‘I’ve had enough.’”

Bates is a parent who has been involved in her children’s education in Dorchester School District Two.

She said her main goals include improving student safety, student discipline and increasing transparency.

“I think school safety is on the heart of everybody in our community,” Bates said. “I think it’s really important. As a parent, I want to know I can send my kids to school, and that they’re safe.”

Powell is the first African American elected to sit on the board in over 10 years.

She believes she can bring a fresh perspective for an ever growing and diverse district.

“I believe when God created us in multiple colors, he intended for us to be seen as we are,” Powell said, “so sometimes, you may think you understand the perspective of someone of a different ethnicity when you really don’t.”

Bates, meanwhile, said she wants to tighten up the district’s finances, adding the board needs to be accountable for how they spend money.

“I think with the new superintendent coming in, it’s really important to take a deep dive in our finances,” Bates said. “The way we’ve been spending our money and ensure we’ve been doing it responsibly in a way that honors our community and serves our students.”

Powell and Bates will be sworn in during the board’s next meeting on Nov. 28. Both have also worked as substitute teachers in the district prior to their election.

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Gov. Henry McMaster, Lt. Gov. Pamela S. Evette, and First Lady Peggy McMaster’s Weekly Schedule: October 17, 2022

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster, Lieutenant Governor Pamela S. Evette, and First Lady Peggy McMaster's schedules for the week of October 17 will include the following:Monday, October 17 at 9:45 AM: Lt. Gov. Evette will attend the 25th Annual Fire Investigative Approaches Training Seminar hosted by the NC/SC Chapters of the International Association of Arson Investigators, Kingston Plantation Course, Brighton Tower, 8560 Queens Way Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, S.C.Monday, October 17 at 11:00 AM: Gov. ...

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster, Lieutenant Governor Pamela S. Evette, and First Lady Peggy McMaster's schedules for the week of October 17 will include the following:

Monday, October 17 at 9:45 AM: Lt. Gov. Evette will attend the 25th Annual Fire Investigative Approaches Training Seminar hosted by the NC/SC Chapters of the International Association of Arson Investigators, Kingston Plantation Course, Brighton Tower, 8560 Queens Way Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Monday, October 17 at 11:00 AM: Gov. McMaster will attend the Propeller Club State of the Port Luncheon, Charleston Marriott, 170 Lockwood Drive, Charleston, S.C

Monday, October 17 at 12:05 PM: Lt. Gov. Evette will visit and tour Carolina Foods, 3671 Ralph Ellis Boulevard, Loris, S.C.

Monday, October 17 at 2:30 PM: Gov. McMaster will attend the groundbreaking of the Navy Base Intermodal Facility, North Hobson Avenue, North Charleston, S.C.

Tuesday, October 18 at 10:30 AM: Gov. McMaster will attend the ribbon cutting of E.A. Sween, 5740 Highway 25 North, Hodges, S.C.

Tuesday, October 18 at 4:00 PM: Gov. McMaster will oversee a State Fiscal Accountability Authority (SFAA) meeting, Room 252, Edgar Brown Building, State House grounds, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.

Wednesday, October 19 at 11:00 AM: Gov. McMaster and Lt. Gov. Evette will attend an announcement event at BMW, 1400 SC-101, Greer, S.C.

Thursday, October 20 at 9:30 AM: Gov. McMaster will attend the Groundbreaking for Patriots Annex in Mt. Pleasant hosted by Patriots Point Development and Bennett Hospitality, Patriots Point, 40 Patriots Point Road, Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

Thursday, October 20 at 11:00 AM: Lt. Gov. Evette will attend the grand opening of Innovative Construction Group, 2570 Florence Harllee Boulevard., Florence, S.C.

Thursday, October 20 at 1:00 PM: Gov. McMaster will attend the PGA Tour’s The CJ Cup, Congaree Golf Club, 384 Davant Drive, Ridgeland, S.C.

Sunday, October 23 at 5:30 PM: Gov. McMaster will attend and participate in the closing ceremonies for the PGA Tour’s The CJ Cup, Congaree Golf Club, 384 Davant Drive, Ridgeland, S.C.

Gov. Henry McMaster’s Weekly Schedule: October 10, 2022

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Henry McMaster’s schedule for the week of October 10, 2022, included:

Monday, October 10

Gov. McMaster was in the Office of the Governor for office hours, State House, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.

1:00 PM: Policy meeting.

2:00 PM: Gov. McMaster addressed the Teacher Recruitment and Retention Taskforce Meeting, Room 110, Blatt Building, State House complex, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.

Tuesday, October 11

10:30 AM: Gov.. McMaster and SCDOT Secretary Christy Hall joined by members of the S.C. General Assembly and South Carolina business leaders participated in a project kickoff event for the I-26 widening project between Charleston and Columbia, 1185 Cypress Campground Road, Ridgeville, S.C.

11:35 AM: Call with a local official.

Noon: Gov. McMaster was the keynote speaker at the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce 2022 Legislative Luncheon, Summerville Country Club, 400 Country Club Boulevard, Summerville, S.C.

Gov. McMaster was in the Office of the Governor for office hours, State House, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.

3:45 PM: Economic development meeting.

4:30 PM: Agency meeting.

Wednesday, October 12

10:45 AM: Tourism meeting.

11:00 AM: Gov. McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster joined S.C. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (SCPRT) Director Duane Parrish, representatives from the PGA Tour and Congaree Golf Club for a press conference regarding the CJ Cup, Governor’s Mansion, 800 Richland Street, Columbia, S.C.

Thursday, October 13

10:00 AM: Gov. McMaster provided remarks at the Electric Vehicle Summit: Accelerating South Carolina’s e-Mobility Competitiveness, AC Hotel by Marriott Greenville,315 S Main Street, Greenville, S.C.

10:30 AM: Economic development meeting.

Noon: Gov. McMaster held a press conference at the Electric Vehicle Summit: Accelerating South Carolina’s e-Mobility Competitiveness, AC Hotel by Marriott Greenville, 315 S Main Street, Greenville, S.C.

1:00 PM: Gov. McMaster provided remarks at the National Governors Association Electric and Alternative Fuel Vehicle Infrastructure Summit, The AC Hotel, 315 S. Main Street, Greenville, S.C.

2:30 PM: Economic development meeting.

3:10 PM: Tourism meeting.

6:00 PM: Gov. McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster attended the National Governors Association’s Electric and Alternative Fuel Vehicle Summit Reception, Peace Center Conference Hall, 300 S. Main Street, Greenville, S.C.

Friday, October 14

Gov. McMaster was in the Office of the Governor for office hours, State House, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.

1:30 PM: Policy meeting.

2:00 PM: Media interview.

Newberry captures second straight SAC Championship

NEWBERRY, S.C. – Playing host to the first ever South Atlantic Conference Championship, the No. 21 Newberry College (9-2, 7-2 SAC) football team did not disappoint in front of the home crowd as they we are to take home the crown in the conference with a 27-24 win over Mars Hill on Saturday, November 12.While the Lions had the slight edge in overall yardage in the contest, the Wolves had a strong 209-92 advantage in rushing yards, thanks to the effort of sophomore ...

NEWBERRY, S.C. – Playing host to the first ever South Atlantic Conference Championship, the No. 21 Newberry College (9-2, 7-2 SAC) football team did not disappoint in front of the home crowd as they we are to take home the crown in the conference with a 27-24 win over Mars Hill on Saturday, November 12.

While the Lions had the slight edge in overall yardage in the contest, the Wolves had a strong 209-92 advantage in rushing yards, thanks to the effort of sophomore Mario Anderson (Summerville, S.C.) who took 33 carries for 144 yards on the day on his way to being named the game MVP by the league. Graduate Dre Harris (Greenville, S.C.) rushed for 42 yards in the game while tossing for 163, including two scores, one each way.

Graduate tight end Tommy Washington (Spartanburg, S.C.) led the way for the receiving core as he hauled in five catches for 64 yards including the game winning touchdown catch in the fourth quarter. Graduate Bryson Woodruff (Roebuck, S.C.) also brought in five receptions for 36 yards in the game.

Defensively, the Wolves were led by junior Luke Taylor (Summerville, S.C.) who recorded five total tackles and an interception in the contest, which he returned 17 yards. Senior AJ Valentine (Johnston, S.C.) also recorded five tackles and a pass breakup. Graduate Chico Onyekwere (Washington, D.C.) hauled in what turned into the biggest interception of the Wolves season as his pick set up the game winning drive for Newberry.

Though the Wolves would receive the opening kick-off it wouldn’t be until their second drive of the game when they were able to put the first points up on the board. A trio of double-digit gains highlighted the drive for the Wolves, and it was capped off by a three-yard option run by Anderson to give the Wolves the 7-0 lead.

Newberry’s defense forced the second straight three-and-out for the Lions and they would turn that into three more points on their next drive that carried over into the second quarter as senior Lawson Reel (Johnston, S.C.) converted from 34 yards out and extended the Wolves lead out to 10. The Wolves would quickly get the ball back as Taylor would intercept the first pass on the next drive, and though Newberry wouldn’t add any thing to their score on the ensuing drive, they would hold Mars Hill to just a touchdown while adding another field goal in the opening half to take the 13-7 lead into the break.

Mars Hill drove down the field in the opening possession of the second half but was only able to get three points out of the trip. After getting the ball back after a short Newberry drive, the Lions took their first lead of the day with a methodical aerial attack that saw them take the 17-13 advantage out of the third quarter. Newberry would cap off a drive that carried over into the fourth quarter as Harris would take it himself around the left-hand side to bring the score back in favor of the Wolves, 20-17.

The Wolves next drive was ended by the Mars Hill defense and the Lions quickly turned their opportunity into a one play touchdown drive that gave them the 24-20 advantage. But their quickness in scoring on that possession would prove to be costly as the Wolves were able convert an Onyekwere interception just a drive later into what would be the eventual game-winning drive.

After taking a timeout in a critical location staring at fourth and five from the Mars Hill ten-yard line, the Wolves would execute a misdirection pass play that saw Harris’ pass find Washington in the opposite corner of the end zone and give the Wolves the 27-24 lead for good.

Prior to the game, junior Carson Smith (Abbeville, S.C.) was named the SAC Wealth Enhancement Group Elite 23 award winner for having the top GPA among student-athletes in the championship contest.

The Wolves will now await their fate at the hands of the Super Region II Selection Committee on their possible bid to the NCAA tournament for a second straight year. The selection show will take place on Sunday, November 23 at 5:30 p.m. and can be viewed live on NCAA.com.

Bassmaster Elite Series Field Set for 2023

After a record-breaking 2022 Elite Series season that awarded eight Century Belts, crowned four first-time champions and garnered over 18.5 million views on FOX and the FOX Sports channels, B.A.S.S. announced the new expanded field for the 2023 Elite Series.Next year, 104 anglers will compete for an Elite Series purse of over $6.9 million. Joining the ranks of the most prominent circuit in sportfishing are 12 qualifiers from the hotly contested St. Croix Bassmaster Opens presented by Mossy Oak Fishing, the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Natio...

After a record-breaking 2022 Elite Series season that awarded eight Century Belts, crowned four first-time champions and garnered over 18.5 million views on FOX and the FOX Sports channels, B.A.S.S. announced the new expanded field for the 2023 Elite Series.

Next year, 104 anglers will compete for an Elite Series purse of over $6.9 million. Joining the ranks of the most prominent circuit in sportfishing are 12 qualifiers from the hotly contested St. Croix Bassmaster Opens presented by Mossy Oak Fishing, the TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation champion and legendary Bassmaster Classic champion and two-time Angler of the Year Larry Nixon.

“I can’t wait for the 2023 season to start and think the schedule sets up really well for big catches, big drama and big excitement,” said the Elite Series Tournament Director Lisa Talmadge. “The Elite Series field is absolutely stacked, and fans are going to love following their favorite anglers as well as meeting this talented crop of rookies. And the new guys in the field have such broad appeal to those who love bass fishing, from a true icon of the sport in former Classic and AOY champion Larry Nixon to Cole Sands, who won a College Series National Championship just two years ago.”

With the exception of four anglers who retired, the entire 2022 Elite roster is returning next year. This list of returning anglers includes 2022 Bassmaster Classic champion Jason Christie of Park Hill, Okla., who also claimed a blue trophy on Chickamauga Lake last season. Idaho pro Brandon Palaniuk took Progressive Insurance Bassmaster Angler of the Year honors — his second time to earn the coveted title — while Jay Przekurat of Stevens Point, Wis., earned a Century Belt with all smallmouth — a feat never before accomplished — to claim a victory on the St. Lawrence River en route to winning Falcon Rods Rookie of the Year.

They will be joined by an accomplished rookie class that includes two international anglers — Kyoya Fujita of Japan and Cooper Gallant of Canada — who earned their spots via the Northern and Southern Opens respectively. Also earning a spot in the Elites via the Northern Opens is Alex Wetherell of Middletown, Conn., who won the 2010 Junior Bassmaster World Championship. Bryant Smith of Roseville, Calif., and Joey Cifuentes III of Clinton, Ark., both qualified through the Southern Opens. Kyle Norsetter of Cottage Grove, Wis., and Logan Latuso of Gonzales, La., who has twice been one spot away from realizing his Elite dream, secured their berths via the Central Opens. David Gaston of Sylacauga, Ala., Sands of Calhoun, Tenn., and two-time NPFL tour winner John Soukup of Sapulpa, Okla., qualified via the overall points standings.

Will Davis Jr. of Sylacauga, Ala., won last week’s TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Championship on Pickwick Lake and has also been extended an Elite Series invitation. Part of his “Nation’s Best” prize package includes the use of a fully rigged boat and $16,000 toward his entry fees.

Along with Nixon, who is joining the field via a Legends exemption, there are also two former Elite Series anglers who requalified for the tour through the Opens Series points standings.

Keith Poche of Pike Road, Ala., won the Bassmaster Opens Angler of the Year title to earn his invitation to rejoin the Elites. He’ll be joined by Central Opens points standings winner Bradley Hallman of Edmond, Okla., who found success with FLW after leaving the Elite Series in 2011.

The 2023 Elite Series season kicks off on Florida’s Lake Okeechobee Feb. 16. From there the tournament trail will wind through seven states as anglers battle each other — and big bass — for cash and prizes and attempt to qualify for the 2024 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic.

Each tournament will begin with the full field of anglers on Days 1 and 2 before the field is cut to 50 for the semifinal round on Day 3. Only the Top 10 remaining anglers will fish the final day of each event with a $100,000 first-place prize on the line.

2023 Bassmaster Elite Series Field

Matt Arey, Shelby, N.C. Justin Atkins, Florence, Ala. Todd Auten, Lake Wylie, S.C. Drew Benton, Blakely, Ga. Stetson Blaylock, Benton, Ark. Scott Canterbury, Odenville, Ala. Brandon Card, Salisbury, N.C. Hank Cherry, Lincolnton, N.C. Jason Christie, Park Hill, Okla. Joey Cifuentes III, Clinton, Ark. Gary Clouse, Winchester, Tenn. Rick Clunn, Ava, Mo. Brandon Cobb, Greenwood, S.C. Keith Combs, Huntington, Texas Drew Cook, Cairo, Ga. John Cox, DeBary, Fla. John Crews, Salem, Va. Clent Davis, Montevallo, Ala. Will Davis Jr., Sylacauga, Ala. Greg DiPalma, Millville, N.J. Josh Douglas, Isle, Minn. Bob Downey, Detroit Lakes, Minn. Seth Feider, New Market, Minn. Austin Felix, Eden Prairie, Minn. Jacob Foutz, Charleston, Tenn. Marc Frazier, Newnan, Ga. Micah Frazier, Newnan, Ga. David Fritts, Lexington, N.C. Kyoya Fujita, Minamitsuru, Yamanashi, Japan Cooper Gallant, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada David Gaston, Sylacauga, Ala. Darold Gleason, Many, La. Buddy Gross, Chattanooga, Tenn. Jeff Gustafson, Keewatin, Ontario, Canada Greg Hackney, Gonzales, La. Bradley Hallman, Edmond, Okla. Skylar Hamilton, Dandridge, Tenn. Justin Hamner, Northport, Ala. Ray Hanselman, Del Rio, Texas Jamie Hartman, Newport, N.Y. Matt Herren, Ashville, Ala. Derek Hudnall, Zachary, La. Cody Huff, Ava, Mo. Mike Huff, Corbin, Ky. Mike Iaconelli, Pittsgrove, N.J. Taku Ito, Chiba, Japan Carl Jocumsen, Toowoomba, Australia Chris Johnston, Otonabee, Ontario, Canada Cory Johnston, Cavan, Ontario, Canada Jonathan Kelley, Old Forge, Pa. Steve Kennedy, Auburn, Ala. Kenta Kimura, Hirakata, Osaka, Japan Koby Kreiger, Alva, Fla. Caleb Kuphall, Mukwonago, Wis. Logan Latuso, Gonzales, La. Shane LeHew, Catawba, N.C. Brandon Lester, Fayetteville, Tenn. Lee Livesay, Longview, Texas Wes Logan, Springville, Ala. Ed Loughran III, Richmond, Va. Bill Lowen, Brookville, Ind. Scott Martin, Clewiston, Fla. Masayuki Matsushita, Tokoname-Shi, Japan Mark Menendez, Paducah, Ky. Brock Mosley, Collinsville, Miss. Paul Mueller, Naugatuck, Conn. David Mullins, Mt. Carmel, Tenn. Bryan New, Saluda, S.C. Larry Nixon, Quitman, Ark. Kyle Norsetter, Cottage Grove, Wis. Brandon Palaniuk, Rathdrum, Idaho Luke Palmer, Coalgate, Okla. Chad Pipkens, DeWitt, Mich. Clifford Pirch, Payson, Ariz. Keith Poche, Pike Road, Ala. Jacob Powroznik, North Prince George, Va. Cliff Prince, Palatka, Fla. Jay Przekurat, Stevens Point, Wis. KJ Queen, Catawba, N.C. Alex Redwine, Blue Ash, Ohio Tyler Rivet, Raceland, La. Matt Robertson, Kuttawa, Ky. Cole Sands, Calhoun, Tenn. Pat Schlapper, Eleva, Wis. Bryan Schmitt, Deale, Md. Bernie Schultz, Gainesville, Fla. Hunter Shryock, Ooltewah, Tenn. Bryant Smith, Roseville, Calif. John Soukup, Sapulpa, Okla. Josh Stracner, Vandiver, Ala. Caleb Sumrall, New Iberia, La. Gerald Swindle, Guntersville, Ala. Frank Talley, Temple, Texas Patrick Walters, Summerville, S.C. Joseph Webster, Hamilton, Ala. Kyle Welcher, Opelika, Ala. Clark Wendlandt, Leander, Texas Alex Wetherell, Middletown, Conn. Brad Whatley, Bivins, Texas Jake Whitaker, Hendersonville, N.C. David Williams, Newton, N.C. Jason Williamson, Aiken, S.C. Matty Wong, Honolulu, Hawaii Chris Zaldain, Fort Worth, Texas

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