Article Archive for 29 September 2017
PENDLETON — To open region play Friday night, little went right for the West-Oak High School football team when it traveled to Cunningham Stadium to face Pendleton.
A group of Clemson University professors, staff and students recently appeared before Clemson City Council asking the body to implore the university to consider solar for a proposed new power plant to be located on Kite Hill.
Joan Phillips is no stranger to nonprofits or the arts.
The quick rise of electric cars amid a global crackdown on tailpipe emissions is driving Clemson University to strengthen ties to India in a series of moves that some officials said could lead to new businesses in South Carolina.
The former Covidien building has been purchased by a Greenville-based company for a price tag of nearly $2 million, according to documents filed with the Oconee County Register of Deeds.
Anderson School District 4 superintendent Joanne Avery said that while Thursday marked the anniversary of the shooting at Townville Elementary School that killed one student and injured another student and a teacher, that day has and will always be etched into the memory of the town and the district as a whole.
Duke Energy and county officials will test the public alert notification sirens around the Oconee Nuclear Station in October, according to a news release provided by Duke Energy spokeswoman Mikayla Kreuzberger.
The controversial Tax Increment Finance Agreement and Redevelopment Plan, which resulted in a lawsuit brought against the city of Clemson by Pickens County Council and the Pickens County School Board more than five years ago, appears to be close to officially ending.