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Gunshots rang out at Liberty High School Tuesday, with victims placed on stretchers and paramedics working to assist those injured.
The graduation rates for the school districts of Oconee and Pickens counties exceeded the state average based on the report cards released Wednesday by the S.C. Department of Education.
Attorneys lashed out in court papers filed Tuesday against Seneca officials for trying to protect the city’s public relations firm from divulging records related to the police shooting of 19-year-old Zachary Hammond during a drug sting this summer.
Brian Seabolt was one of Collins Children’s Home’s first children.
Clemson Municipal Judge Gary Barnes recalled a conversation he had with good friend Gaston Gage in 1986…
Saying he was ashamed and humiliated, a former executive with Community First Bank maintained his composure as a federal judge sentenced him Monday to a year and a day in prison as punishment for bank fraud and money laundering.