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July 12, 1997 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It began with small hand-printed signs, posted now and then at the foot of the bridge joining this unruly South Carolina sea island to the mainland city of Charleston. Come to a meeting at the high school, the signs invited. Come help the new James Island Residential Assn. Bill "Cubby" Wilder saw one of those signs. He went to a meeting, then told others what was up. Eventually, Ron Middleton grew interested.
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July 12, 1997 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It began with small hand-printed signs, posted now and then at the foot of the bridge joining this unruly South Carolina sea island to the mainland city of Charleston. Come to a meeting at the high school, the signs invited. Come help the new James Island Residential Assn. Bill "Cubby" Wilder saw one of those signs. He went to a meeting, then told others what was up. Eventually, Ron Middleton grew interested.
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October 15, 2001 | Mal Florence
Greg Cote of the Miami Herald, writing before the Rams defeated the New York Giants, 15-14, on Sunday to remain the NFL's only unbeaten team: "The St. Louis Rams will finish the season 16-0--not could or might but will--after which they'll most likely maraud through the playoffs unscathed and equal the Dolphins' 1972 Perfect Season ... "St. Louis' offense is on a different plane (a stealth bomber, actually), its defense is the most improved in the league, and its remaining schedule favorable.
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August 30, 1993 | MIKE CLARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A hurricane watch was posted Sunday along about 500 miles of the Eastern Seaboard as Hurricane Emily spun slowly but steadily toward what could be a punishing collision with one of the most vulnerable sections of the U.S. coast. Residents in the area--which runs from just north of Charleston, S.C., to the Delaware-Maryland border and includes Chesapeake Bay--were told that the storm would most likely reach land Tuesday morning.
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