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Tom Bruce lives up to his billing

AIKEN - Bruce McGhee has been around the tracks long enough to know a good horse when he sees one. So when McGhee touted 3-year-old trotter Tom...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/01/oth_310382.shtml
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Owner of mile track sees win in ruling

...avoiding Aiken's historic designation was a significant victory, though objections to how he uses his land still loom. Bruce McGhee spent almost six months going before city panels that were evaluating his horse facility on Banks Mill Road, home to...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/27/met_360876.shtml
Metro | Aiken City Council
Proposal has new historic status

...prompted by recent opposition from the owner of a prominent horse track. In May, against McGhees' Mile Track owner Bruce McGhee's wishes, the Historic Preservation Commission recommended making the track a historical landmark. Mr. McGhee vehemently...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/07/met_351314.shtml
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Track owners hit obstacle

...outsider has spent the past four years trying to do just that. Since buying the former Aiken trotting track in 1997, Bruce McGhee has rattled the horse community, requesting everything from a telecommunications tower for his helicopter to using...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/03/30/met_341664.shtml
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Zoning ordinance threatens Aiken Triple Crown

...ordinance in the Horse District. City Council decided Monday to recommend that the commission consider a request made by Bruce McGhee, owner of McGhees's Mile Track, where the annual races are held. Mr. McGhee proposes that a manufactured home...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/06/27/met_293072.shtml
Metro
Attorneys fail to end track fight

...another public showdown on the matter, but no middle ground was met, according to Will Britt, attorney for track owner Bruce McGhee. Last spring, a petition put forward by Kiki Blalock was signed by dozens of city residents, including Jack Wetzel...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/24/met_360355.shtml
Metro | Aiken City Council
Panel opposes historic label

...the third leg of Aiken's famed Triple Crown horse races, a historical landmark. The petition was filed after owner Bruce McGhee was granted permission by the city to build a restaurant, tack shop, grooms quarters and coin laundry on his property...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/14/met_352530.shtml
Metro
Triple Crown drops harness racing

...harness racing this year after the University of South Carolina Aiken, which is sponsoring the event, parted ways with Bruce McGhee, the owner of the McGhees' Mile Track. Mallets and chukkers are a radical break from harness racing, but Mr. Biddle...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/07/oth_408033.shtml
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Kill Aiken petition

...develop his property for profitability. It would be a cynical abuse of power if the seven-member panel rules against Bruce McGhee, but don't bet against it. This commission is not used to being challenged, especially by an upstart newcomer like...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/06/04/edi_342652.shtml
Editorials
City denies racetrack request

...the city limits, including how often manure should be removed. "I guess we know where we stand with them," said Bruce McGhee, who plans to take the fight up with city council. He and his wife say they need to live on the track property to...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/08/30/met_297470.shtml
Metro | Aiken City Council