Article Archive for 7 September 2013
By GREG OLIVER
CLEMSON — Clemson City Engineer Kent Guthrie told City Council members earlier this week that final approval of the city’s Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems permit should take place shortly.
“I received …
Since its opening nearly six years ago, the Clemson African-American Museum has housed books, clothing and photographs, among other things, that showcases African-Americans’ long and proud history in the community.
Smyth McKissick, chairman of the search committee appointed to select the successor to Clemson University President Jim Barker, said the search is going well.
Just seconds into the third quarter of Friday night’s Greenville-Daniel game, Lion coach Randy Robinson saw his team make two serious mistakes — throwing an interception on the first play from scrimmage and giving up a 44-yard touchdown pass on the next.
Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority officials are pressing to get unfinished repairs taken care of at the $6.5 million Martins Creek pump station and holding facilities.