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Topic - Bart Crattie
Judy Helms considers herself a South Carolinian. For years, the state of South Carolina agreed. But a new survey of the North Carolina-South Carolina border, taking advantage of the latest mapping technology, may soon turn Ms. Helms into a Tarheel.
"Now [Georgia] realizes that it's not possible. It's not going to happen," Mr. Crattie said.
"The original monument has no error, no matter how wrong it is," Mr. Crattie said.