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Dixie Youth tournament returning to Clemson with younger teams
October 6, 2017 – 10:47 pm | No Comment

The tourney will return to Nettles in 2018. But this time, the teams that will participate in the July 7-11 event are ages 8 and under.

Walhalla official: Street department picked up 40K pounds of mattresses
October 6, 2017 – 10:46 pm | No Comment

City of Walhalla Public Works director Russell Price detailed to city council Tuesday the amount of garbage, brush, waste, debris and other refuse the street department picked up in a single year.

Fallon reflects on 40 years as Walhalla High chorus teacher
October 6, 2017 – 10:33 pm | No Comment
Fallon reflects on 40 years as Walhalla High chorus teacher | Test

Chorus teacher John Fallon has spent all 40 of his years in education at Walhalla High School.

Oconee, Pickens school districts release SAT, AP scores
October 6, 2017 – 10:31 pm | No Comment
Oconee, Pickens school districts release SAT, AP scores | Test

The School District of Oconee County announced Tuesday that its SAT scores are above the state and national mean, while the percentage of passing AP scores are slightly up from a year ago, and the School District of Pickens County said participation in AP testing has increased from last year.

Trump planning Upstate visit to support governor
October 6, 2017 – 10:29 pm | No Comment
Trump planning Upstate visit to support governor | Test

President Donald Trump is coming to South Carolina to return a favor from Gov. Henry McMaster — one of his first and biggest supporters.

Mayor writes letter to university about power plant
October 6, 2017 – 10:27 pm | No Comment
Mayor writes letter to university about power plant | Test

Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook told city council Monday night he has written a letter to Clemson University president Jim Clements regarding the controversial power plant planned for construction on Kite Hill.

Slavery dead, racism rising
October 6, 2017 – 10:03 pm | No Comment
Slavery dead, racism rising | Test

Writing for a newspaper has taught me a lot of things, but the most nettlesome, and most perplexing, one is that some readers pay little attention to what I write.

A (brief) celebration of newspaper week
October 6, 2017 – 10:02 pm | No Comment
A (brief) celebration of newspaper week | Test

A recent post that made the rounds on social media suggested: “The future of news is 3,000 outlets blowing up your phone about a resignation at the White House and nobody investigating school boards.”

Teachers’ pay
October 6, 2017 – 10:00 pm | No Comment
Teachers’ pay | Test

Editor: Recently The Journal ran an article on how our teachers are paid for longevity with some extras for advanced degrees and a sweetener if they can latch on to a coaching job.

‘Mr. Duncan, withdraw that bill!’
October 6, 2017 – 9:59 pm | No Comment
‘Mr. Duncan, withdraw that bill!’ | Test

Editor: I have long objected to Jeff Duncan’s Sportsmen Heritage Recreation Enhancement Act, but I have not spoken out about it until now.