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Clemson, university work together to clean up entrances
September 5, 2015 – 12:55 am | No Comment
Clemson, university work together to clean up entrances | Test

Motorists traveling to Clemson football’s home opener today against Wofford and battling the inevitable pre- and post-game traffic might have some time on their hands to notice entrances into the city are looking much cleaner these days.

Bank lawsuit targets prominent businessmen
September 5, 2015 – 12:52 am | No Comment
Bank lawsuit targets prominent businessmen | Test

Community First Bank is suing three prominent Oconee County businessmen, including two former high-ranking Community First officers accused of scheming to defraud the bank.

Chickens, bees text amendment set for first reading
September 5, 2015 – 12:49 am | No Comment
Chickens, bees text amendment set for first reading | Test

A text amendment adding backyard chickens and hobby beekeeping as conditional uses in residential districts in Clemson is scheduled to undergo the first of two required readings when Clemson City Council meets Tuesday night.

Oconee ready for Labor Day
September 5, 2015 – 12:39 am | No Comment
Oconee ready for Labor Day | Test

Everyone looks forward to Labor Day … after all, any three-day weekend is welcomed. But what exactly is Labor Day?

Young girls leave home, mom charged
September 5, 2015 – 12:36 am | No Comment
Young girls leave home, mom charged | Test

When passersby saw two little girls walking barefoot down Main Street by themselves earlier this week, Walhalla police were notified.

Police search for suspect in Pendleton highway killing
September 5, 2015 – 12:34 am | No Comment
Police search for suspect in Pendleton highway killing | Test

One man is dead and police are on the hunt for a man charged with murder after a fatal shooting in Pendleton early Friday morning along U.S. Highway 76.

AAA: Falling gas prices fuel holiday travel
September 5, 2015 – 12:30 am | No Comment
AAA: Falling gas prices fuel holiday travel | Test

Cheryl Miller of Walhalla doesn’t know why gasoline prices have dropped in recent weeks or how long they’ll stay under $2, but she plans to enjoy paying less while it lasts.

Seneca financial advisor among finalists for 2015 award
September 5, 2015 – 12:14 am | No Comment
Seneca financial advisor among finalists for 2015 award | Test

Chris Dixon has enjoyed 28 years in financial management, but five years ago decided to take on a different challenge by opening an independent office.

Jocassee Lake Tours on the water for Labor Day
September 5, 2015 – 12:10 am | No Comment
Jocassee Lake Tours on the water for Labor Day | Test

Every tour of Lake Jocassee is different — no two days or expeditions are the same.

Ex-Walhalla mayor Chastain to run for council
September 5, 2015 – 12:01 am | No Comment
Ex-Walhalla mayor Chastain to run for council | Test

Former Walhalla mayor Randy Chastain wants to get back into public service after stepping away from the spotlight almost four years ago.