Article Archive for 13 July 2017
A group of 50 incoming Clemson University freshmen listened intently Thursday at Freeman Hall as Tony Elliott recalled a childhood that included an alcoholic, abusive father who was in and out of prison and witnessing the death of his mother in a car accident when he was 9 years old.
The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs has partnered with the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce to warn businesses about fake email requests.
In 2003, I moved from Virginia to South Carolina and promptly registered to vote. For potentially five years, I was an illegal voter with registrations in both Virginia, which could not legally remove me until I failed to vote in two consecutive general elections, and South Carolina, where I legally resided.
Clemson officials will hold a second town hall meeting Sunday night at Abel Baptist Church, and considering the first one lasted more than two hours and drew a huge crowd on Father’s Day, we’d expect the turnout for this one to be even bigger.
A little more than four years after a stretch of 6th Street in Seneca was designated as Martin Luther King Jr. Way, the Oconee County chapter of the NAACP is hoping the city will consider a proposal to beautify the stretch to help further recognize the contributions of the civil rights movement leader.
Dr. James Johnson, author of “A History of the Blue Ridge Railroad,” will speak about the railroad at the Oconee County Heritage Center in Walhalla from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday.
Sen. Lindsey Graham questioned the president’s FBI director nominee Wednesday about recent revelations the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., took a meeting with a Russian lawyer on the condition she would provide damaging information on his father’s political opponent.