Sitting down with friends and family today, there will be thanks for the steady currents, flowing out of the past, that have brought us to this table.
Some days being an adult isn’t any fun.
Surely by now you’ve read and seen the reports coming out of Syria about the massive number of refugees fleeing that country — a number that has only risen since the terrorist attacks in Paris.
On Veterans Day last week, we paused to express gratitude to those who have served our nation.
The salute is one of the first things taught to new military servicemen and women when they enter basic training.
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You can beat me, mistreat me and still I’ll come crawling back with tears in my eyes.
The first quote in the first installment of our 10-part series on growth in the city of Clemson — actually the preview for the series — was from Mayor J.C. Cook: “A city grows or dies.”
Like many of you, we’ve felt for the Hammond family over the last few months as the loss of their son has played out in the public eye.
By now, many of you have probably stumbled across the Facebook page we set up for The Journal as a way of trying to stay in touch with some of our more technologically-savvy readers.