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Swinney appreciates respect from fan bases
December 31, 2017 – 1:57 pm | No Comment
Swinney appreciates respect from fan bases | Test

As Dabo Swinney walked down Bourbon Street on his first night in New Orleans this week, he got plenty of love from the fans — of both Clemson and Alabama.

Sprott’s Thoughts: Road to Atlanta edition
December 31, 2017 – 11:53 am | No Comment
Sprott’s Thoughts: Road to Atlanta edition | Test

Good morning from New Orleans!

Walhalla comes up short in Apple Classic final
December 30, 2017 – 5:59 am | No Comment
Walhalla comes up short in Apple Classic final | Test

WESTMINSTER — A far cry from their electrifying performance in the semifinal, the Walhalla Razorbacks struggled to take control of the game from an offensive standpoint in Friday’s Apple Classic championship, scoring 42 points in a close loss to the Christ Church Episcopal Cavaliers.

Alabama’s Pruitt focused on task at hand
December 30, 2017 – 12:25 am | No Comment
Alabama’s Pruitt focused on task at hand | Test

NEW ORLEANS — He knew the questions were coming, but that doesn’t mean Jeremy Pruitt was in the mood to answer them Friday morning.

Fire destroys family’s home
December 30, 2017 – 12:22 am | No Comment
Fire destroys family’s home | Test

The cause of a mobile home fire that displaced a family of eight in Westminster on Friday is under investigation.

Tigers’ Renfrow takes another shot at Alabama
December 30, 2017 – 12:20 am | No Comment
Tigers’ Renfrow takes another shot at Alabama | Test

NEW ORLEANS — It’s growing increasingly difficult to remember, but two and a half years ago, Hunter Renfrow was as unheralded as they come.

Seneca boys get a win before heading home, girls fall in tourney
December 30, 2017 – 12:15 am | No Comment
Seneca boys get a win before heading home, girls fall in tourney | Test

LONDON, Ky. — The Seneca High School boys’ basketball team closed out its appearance at the South Laurel High School Christmas Tournament in Kentucky with a win on Friday over Franklin County (Ga.).

Upstate outdoors year in review
December 30, 2017 – 12:15 am | No Comment
Upstate outdoors year in review | Test

With the year 2017 all but in the books, a look back over the last year from an outdoorsman’s perspective, particularly where developments in the Upstate of South Carolina are concerned, reveals some interesting perspective.

Dealing with the holiday blues
December 30, 2017 – 12:12 am | No Comment
Dealing with the holiday blues | Test

The Christmas holidays and winter break are often depicted as a joyous time. But for many, they can be a rough time of the year.

Top 10 of 2017: No. 2: Total eclipse left lasting memories, economic impact
December 29, 2017 – 9:44 pm | No Comment
Top 10 of 2017: No. 2: Total eclipse left lasting memories, economic impact | Test

The full view of the highly anticipated total solar eclipse only lasted a few minutes, but in addition to creating lifelong memories, it left a lasting impact on the South Carolina economy.

More visibility needed for mopeds
December 29, 2017 – 9:40 pm | No Comment
More visibility needed for mopeds | Test

The S.C. General Assembly will go back into session next month, and legislators have another opportunity to do something simple and make mopeds more visible to other drivers.

Local holiday shopping season a success in Seneca
December 29, 2017 – 9:39 pm | No Comment

Local business owners said the recent Christmas holiday shopping season was a successful one in the area.

Pinckney to speak at Clemson MLK service
December 29, 2017 – 9:37 pm | No Comment
Pinckney to speak at Clemson MLK service | Test

Jennifer Pinckney is the keynote speaker at the 36th annual MLK Commemorative Service. The service will be held at 6 p.m. Jan. 16 at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.

Changes in Clemson permit procedures go into effect Monday
December 29, 2017 – 9:36 pm | No Comment
Changes in Clemson permit procedures go into effect Monday | Test

The city of Clemson’s Planning and Codes Department will be going to a one-permit system beginning Monday.