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Easley

(ēz`lē), city (1990 pop. 15,195), Pickens co., NW S.C., in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mts.; inc. 1874. Dairy cattle, poultry, and hogs are raised, and textiles and industrial machinery are manufactured.
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Gettys Middle School, Easley, South Carolina, said, “The students are rushing to my classroom every day now in order to get a desk with the bouncy bands.
The Greenville News reported on July 3 that Easley, South Carolina, homeowner Orlandous Brown didn't let being confined to a wheelchair prevent him from defending himself from an armed burglar.
In January 2011, CertusBank acquired certain assets of CommunitySouth Bank & Trust of Easley, South Carolina through a transaction with the FDIC.
She was most recently a mortgage loan manager responsible for establishing a loan department at Cornerstone National Bank in Easley, South Carolina.
Freitag, Assistant Principal, Gettys Middle School, Easley, South Carolina.
Although Ahlstrom Pumps shies away from calling its greenfield foundry and manufacturing facility in Easley, South Carolina, a benchmark for the industry, it doesn't deny that the plant showcases the company's manufacturing abilities.
Three years ago, at age 29, the Easley, South Carolina, resident had a heart transplant.
Post Office Box 1989, Easley, South Carolina 29640, Attention: Robert E.
s peanut butter, AdvancePierre Foods of Cincinnati, OH, is initiating a voluntary recall of select frozen products including Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches, Peanut Butter and Jelly Graham Cracker sandwiches and Peanut Butter cup products, all produced at its Easley, South Carolina, factory.
The tournament was held on Saturday, October 15 at Southern Oaks Golf Course in Easley, South Carolina, and raised $7,700 to benefit infants born with congenital heart defects.
The Company acquired Southampton Village, a 77,956 square foot Publix-anchored shopping center located in Tyrone, Georgia and Centerpoint, a 72,287 Publix-anchored square foot center located in Easley, South Carolina.
Army Captain Kimberly Hampton, of Easley, South Carolina, is the first American female military pilot to be shot down and killed by the enemy in United States History.