Tucker DeLoach, 12, of Beaufort laughs with his mother, Susan DeLoach, as they fill their plates with food from the buffet at Dukes Barbecue of Beaufort on Thursday afternoon during the grand reopening of the restaurant on Salem Road in Beaufort.  Dukes Barbacue of Beaufort was closed in 2009, after 22 years of business, so that co-owner Marlene Harrelson could care for her father.  "We just wanted to come home," Harrelson said about reopening the restaurant.
Tucker DeLoach, 12, of Beaufort laughs with his mother, Susan DeLoach, as they fill their plates with food from the buffet at Dukes Barbecue of Beaufort on Thursday afternoon during the grand reopening of the restaurant on Salem Road in Beaufort. Dukes Barbacue of Beaufort was closed in 2009, after 22 years of business, so that co-owner Marlene Harrelson could care for her father. "We just wanted to come home," Harrelson said about reopening the restaurant. Delayna Earley, Staff photo
Tucker DeLoach, 12, of Beaufort laughs with his mother, Susan DeLoach, as they fill their plates with food from the buffet at Dukes Barbecue of Beaufort on Thursday afternoon during the grand reopening of the restaurant on Salem Road in Beaufort. Dukes Barbacue of Beaufort was closed in 2009, after 22 years of business, so that co-owner Marlene Harrelson could care for her father. "We just wanted to come home," Harrelson said about reopening the restaurant. Delayna Earley, Staff photo

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August 01, 2013 02:23 PM

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