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Greenfield offers apprenticeship programs
May 31, 2014 – 12:50 am | No Comment
Greenfield offers apprenticeship programs | Test

Greenfield Industries, a subsidiary of TDC Cutting Tools Company, has established two registered apprenticeship programs for CNC operators and maintenance technicians.

Clemson University program bringing public art to campus
May 31, 2014 – 12:47 am | No Comment
Clemson University program bringing public art to campus | Test

The City of Clemson has made tremendous strides in recent years with its focus on art, specifically through the work of The Arts Center.

9/11 survivor speaks at memorial event
May 31, 2014 – 12:44 am | No Comment
9/11 survivor speaks at memorial event | Test

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.

Six Mile honors war dead during Memorial Day event
May 31, 2014 – 12:39 am | No Comment
Six Mile honors war dead during Memorial Day event | Test

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.

‘He cares’
May 31, 2014 – 12:36 am | 4 Comments
‘He cares’ | Test

McCall credited with saving 55-60 homes from tax sales

Seneca officials hope weather helps bottom line
May 31, 2014 – 12:33 am | No Comment
Seneca officials hope weather helps bottom line | Test

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.

Pickens County seniors earn diplomas
May 31, 2014 – 12:29 am | No Comment
Pickens County  seniors earn  diplomas | Test

Six Mile resident Jessica Eller has been looking forward to today all her life — not necessarily the date, but the significance of what will be taking place.

Noorai suit marks sad decision
May 31, 2014 – 12:28 am | No Comment
Noorai suit marks sad decision | Test

The article about Mariam Noorai on page A3 of the May 22 issue of The Journal marks a sad decision on the part of our 10th Judicial Circuit Court of Common Pleas.

Setting the record straight on Corbeil
May 31, 2014 – 12:27 am | No Comment
Setting the record straight on Corbeil | Test

I enjoyed reading the quite humorous letter to the editor extolling the virtues of Paul Corbeil with a complete lack of understanding of the real-world situation

A century old and still going strong
May 31, 2014 – 12:22 am | No Comment
A century old and still going strong | Test

South Carolina’s century-old farms, like the Rimrodt Farm in Walhalla, represent the state’s rich agricultural past. They are reminiscent of a time when the state was bursting with farmland, and cash crops like cotton flourished.

‘You have to believe life will get better’
May 31, 2014 – 12:21 am | No Comment
‘You have to believe life will get better’ | Test

Daniel Lusk looks younger than his 34 years and displays a certain manner that can be quickly associated with mental disorder.

‘Billy D’ leaving lasting legacy at Clemson
May 31, 2014 – 12:20 am | No Comment
‘Billy D’ leaving lasting legacy at Clemson | Test

Bill D’Andrea isn’t one for sitting still, and as he worked to tie up loose ends before his last day of work at Clemson University on Friday, he already had an important item on his agenda for retirement.

Bobcats close first spring under Cathcart
May 31, 2014 – 12:20 am | No Comment
Bobcats close first spring under Cathcart | Test

At the end of a weather-delayed scrimmage that lasted about an hour and half Friday evening, it was a wonder Gene Cathcart had any voice left to address his Seneca High School football team.

Razorbacks unveil new offense at spring game
May 31, 2014 – 12:15 am | No Comment
Razorbacks unveil new offense at spring game | Test

The Walhalla Razorbacks will have a different look come fall, as the double-wing offense was unveiled Friday night during the annual Purple and White spring football game.