Article Archive for August 2017
The simulations began playing inside the Clemson University planetarium in 2011, and it wasn’t long after that when Mark Leising said the phone calls started coming in from alumni wondering what the school had planned ahead of Monday’s total solar eclipse.
Charged with breach of trust with fraudulent intent, James Anthony Nabors Jr., 38, of 3 River St., was arrested by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Friday after he was transferred from the custody of an Anderson County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
Eclipse chasers were waiting at the World of Energy gate at 5 a.m. Monday, and by early afternoon more than 1,200 people dotted Duke Energy’s grounds.
There have been 117 United States Amateur Golf Championships contested over the years. And late Sunday afternoon following one of the most competitive showdowns in its long history, Clemson’s Doc Redman was the player who hoisted the Havemeyer Trophy.
Clemson has not given up in its pursuit of Auburn defensive back commit Quindarious Monday of Atlanta, and he said he probably will be at Clemson for the season opener against Kent State, primarily to see the Tigers, but also to watch his cousin who plays for the Golden Flashes.
CLEMSON — Kelly Bryant will be Clemson’s starting quarterback in the season opener against Kent State on Sept. 2, head coach Dabo Swinney announced after practice Monday. Bryant, a junior, had been listed as the first-team quarterback since the beginning of spring practice ahead of freshmen Zerrick Cooper, Hunter Johnson and Chase Brice. On Monday, Bryant’s position was made official.
Moving to a new city is always challenging and often daunting. My wife and I know.
MSGT. Robert ‘Bobby’ Ray Schumacher (Ret.)
August 19, 2017
WALHALLA, S.C. – MSGT. Robert “Bobby” Ray Schumacher (Ret.), 77, husband of Eleanor Faye Schumacher, of 2220 Westminster Highway, passed away on Saturday, Aug. 19, at Greenville Memorial …
Those of us with young children know how easy it can be to spoil them to the point they struggle to appreciate the simpler things in life — say, the fact they have food on the table, new clothes for school and 900 channels of satellite TV.
The 2017 South Carolina High School League volleyball season officially gets underway on Monday, and the four schools in the Mountain Lakes area — like all schools taking the court across the Palmetto State — are hoping for campaigns that extend beyond the regular season.