Article Archive for 10 June 2017
Before entering the Clemson University Reading Recovery program, Ryan Crowe’s daughter was struggling with reading.
A North Carolina city’s transit system director got a firsthand look at Clemson Area Transit’s electric bus service in Seneca during a visit Thursday, and he liked what he saw.
While local Democrats were eating barbecue in the picnic shelter at South Cove County Park, U.S. House of Representatives candidate Mary Geren spoke to The Journal about health care and Russia.
A 38-year-old Six Mile man was arrested this week after police said he made threats against Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark and other officers on social media.
Winston Holton has a way with words. He uses them like carefully chosen tools to elevate students to their highest potential.