COLUMBIA - A major job announcement is in store for South Carolina today and it has the county of the potential job site excited.
Gov. Nikki Haley will attend an "economic development announcement" at the Gateway Center in Richburg at 10 a.m. She's also scheduled to attend two other similar events in Fort Mill later in the day.
Last night, she teased on Facebook that "South Carolina will celebrate a perfect "hat-trick" of economic development announcements making history for our state."
"Get ready to celebrate," wrote Haley on her post. "It will be a day that will make everyone in our state proud!"
Those who have been invited to attend the event Richburg, have been asked to wear red, The Herald reported. Like Haley said, "stay tuned" and we'll keep you updated.
In other news:
Vetoes, unfinished business in store for lawmakers (The Post and Courier)
Common Core standards could change little (The Post and Courier)
Sheri Few asks Atwater to bow out of education superintendent run-off (The Post and Courier)
Larry Martin, Hugh Leatherman vying for S.C. Senate's top post (The Post and Courier)
Winthrop trustees draw support for decision to suspend president (The Herald)
SC's new texting ban won't yield many tickets (The Island Packet)
Mike Campbell: 'We're in this race to stay' (The State)
Jesse Jackson says suit to protest city change (The Greenville News)
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