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In whose best interest?
October 3, 2014 – 12:57 am | 7 Comments
In whose best interest? | Test

If all goes to plan Tuesday, Oconee County Council members will hold first reading of a new ordinance aimed at offsetting the cost of personal lawsuits they expect from the owners of this newspaper should they continue to pursue suing the Edwards brothers over airplane taxes.

Why so late?
September 26, 2014 – 12:01 am | No Comment
Why so late? | Test

One day after a Sigma Phi Epsilon pledge at Clemson University was found dead, the university suspended the activities of all 24 Clemson fraternities.

Coming home for a worthy cause
September 25, 2014 – 12:16 am | No Comment
Coming home for a worthy cause | Test

There are many sad stories in the world of sports today about athletes who have let success lead them to forget where they came from and the importance of doing the right thing

United in tragedy
September 24, 2014 – 12:49 am | No Comment
United in tragedy | Test

It was probably a little strange to see students on the campus of the University of South Carolina wearing Clemson orange Tuesday.

It could happen to you
September 18, 2014 – 12:31 am | 31 Comments
It could happen to you | Test

We learned late Tuesday that councilman Paul Corbeil and a couple of his colleagues followed through on a statement Corbeil made to former council member Steven Moore the evening of the primary election, when Corbeil was defeated by challenger Edda Cammick, whom The Journal had endorsed.

Time for new legislation on sex offenders
September 13, 2014 – 12:24 am | No Comment
Time for new legislation on sex offenders | Test

The release of a man on bond who was already on the sex offender registry before he was accused of another sex-related crime this week has led to blame being thrown around at law enforcement and the judge who set the bond.

We remember
September 11, 2014 – 12:22 am | No Comment
We remember | Test

On this day, we remember:
That horrible day when as a nation we grieved together and shared a national tragedy

Cautious optimism on electric buses
September 10, 2014 – 12:22 am | No Comment
Cautious optimism on electric buses | Test

Seneca’s all-electric fleet of buses has been transporting passengers on the CAT Bus system on the Seneca routes for a week now, and initial indications are that things are going well.

Volunteers deserve praise
September 9, 2014 – 12:34 am | No Comment
Volunteers deserve praise | Test

In any major accident or other catastrophic event, it is not unusual to see a crowd of people come out to take a look at what is happening.

Local girl makes good
September 3, 2014 – 12:06 am | No Comment
Local girl makes good | Test

While many were still bemoaning the results of the opening week of college football for the state’s two biggest programs, Austin Ernst gave local sports fans a reason to cheer before the weekend was over.