Articles in Opinion
For many years, the Tribble Center has used a job coach to find employment for people with developmental disabilities.
As the tidal wave of unaccompanied illegal immigrant children continues, and we’re faced with a surge of children in our schools who don’t speak a word of English, we’ll have to provide and pay for some kind of translation service for kids who speak only Spanish.
When Clemson defeated Ohio State in the Orange Bowl in January, it seemed like talk immediately turned to the Tigers’ 2014 season opener against Georgia, and that chatter has continued almost incessantly during the months leading up to the game.
Oconee County officials deserve some credit for cutting nearly $3,000 in the cost to send representatives to the S.C. Association of Counties annual conference in Hilton Head earlier this month.
A nice thing happened to me today. Three neatly uniformed young men from the Clemson Fire Department checked my smoke detectors throughout the house and put them in perfect working order.