Article Archive for July 2017
The North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture awarded Clemson University’s Jean Bertrand with its 2017 Distinguished Educator Award for a career committed to enhancing student access to higher education and the development of future educators.
Beth Daniel was part of something special when she played for the Furman University golf team in 1976 — a team that won the national championship and included future LPGA players Betsy King, Sherri Turner and Cindy Ferro.
CLEMSON — Todd Bates, Clemson’s new defensive line coach, has spent time this summer bonding with his players — getting to know them better before the Tigers begin fall camp.
Michelle Elizabeth Thrift-Elgin, 34, was charged with the second offense Wednesday following an undercover methamphetamine purchase by a operative working at the direction of the sheriff’s office on June 27 at Thrift-Elgin’s home at 205 D St. in Seneca, according to her warrant.
AnMed Health Cannon recently welcomed Dr. Kimberly Ostrowski and the AnMed Health Cannon Medicus ENT to its physician network.
Willie, I’m confused! (More so every day.) Who hires and fires employees of our county government?
Not long after getting home Wednesday, my eyes lit up like a kid on Christmas when the local news cut to a live report from Gibbs Stadium in Spartanburg.
Hours after the Senate voted to move forward with debate on a bill repealing the Affordable Care Act, House candidate Mary Geren told local Democrats on Tuesday Republicans could not be trusted to replace Obamacare with their own health care legislation.