Article Archive for May 2014
The City of Clemson has made tremendous strides in recent years with its focus on art, specifically through the work of The Arts Center.
Except for a statement that he gave to the U.S. Center of Military History a few weeks after Sept. 11, 2001, Col. Edwin Morehead has had little interest in talking publicly about his first-hand account of the moment when terrorists crashed a hijacked commercial airliner into the Pentagon, where he was working that day.
The fourth Monday of May has been recognized nationwide as Memorial Day since 1968. However, the traditional day whose origin dates back to after the Civil War is May 30.
City officials say they are taking a conservative approach to projecting more than $17.2 million in revenues from electricity bills to residential and commercial customers in the new budget, in part, because they never know how weather will impact the bottom line.