Article Archive for 13 May 2017
Although many suicides occur within the week after Christmas, the highest number of suicides happen in the spring.
At least in some sense, the walls at the Clemson House barbershop talk, as they’ve filled up in recent months with messages of thanks and appreciation from customers who run the gamut in age.
The School District of Oconee County’s proposed fiscal year 2018 budget, which features $97 million in expenditures, received no comments during a public hearing at Monday night’s school board work session.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed into law a bill formally establishing a seventh seat on the Pickens County School Board of Trustees starting with the 2018 general election on Tuesday.
A discussion of projected student enrollment growth at Clemson University over the next several years and where to put the influx of students was the focus of the third and final meeting between Clemson City Council, the Planning Commission and Board of Architectural Review last month.
Members of the Clemson Joint City University Advisory Board received a look at what the future of Clemson University could possibly entail during a special presentation made during their monthly meeting last week.
Rep. Jeff Duncan has not explained to his constituents his rationale for why he betrayed his fellow South Carolinians by blindly casting his vote for the seriously flawed Ryan/Trump American Health Care Act without a Congressional Budget Office score, a review which is required by law whenever a full vote is obtained by either the House or the Senate.