Article Archive for 26 October 2017
With Halloween coming up, local law enforcement officials and safety advocates are offering tips to help ensure your holiday is spooky and fun without being downright scary
Clemson City Council has unanimously approved a multi-year financial sponsorship commitment to the Miss Clemson and Miss Teen Clemson scholarship pageants.
For the first time in memory, Clemson City Council will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on the Clemson University campus.
Smart technology deserves smart packaging, and a Clemson University professor and an alumnus are combining forces to develop packaging so smart it can energize itself.
The state president for Duke Energy in South Carolina told those attending Tri-County Technical College’s annual report luncheon Tuesday that the technical college and others in the state technical system will play an important role in moving energy into the future.
This year has truly been one that Seneca resident Helen Rosemond-Saunders will never forget.
We spend a lot of time attending trainings such as trauma informed care, love and logic (shout out to our friend Lisa Fields with Heath’s Haven here in Seneca, who does phenomenal trainings), prudent parenting, CPR and first aid, etc.
Clemson resident George Rasula was a part of three wars — World War II, Korea and Vietnam — during more than 30 years of service in the United States military. He also has a vast collection of memories from those experiences.