Article Archive for 13 January 2018
As the nation celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday nearly a half century after the slain civil rights leader’s death, local African-American leaders said this week progress has been made in fulfilling King’s dream, but the work isn’t finished.
Tri-County Technical College officials saw a longtime dream become reality Friday when a formal dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for the school’s new Student Success Center — the first new building on the Pendleton campus in 20 years.
The bass fishing community suffered a tragic loss following a week of search-and-recovery efforts after a boat in the FLW Costa Series Open Bass Fishing Tournament on Lake Okeechobee in Florida went missing last week.
A proposed text amendment that would provide relief to a list of specified properties deemed to be culturally significant to the city of Clemson will be the topic of a public hearing set for Tuesday night.
Nominations for the 2018 Abernathy-Cox One Clemson awards, to be presented at next month’s State of Clemson program, are being accepted now through Jan. 26.
Heading into Monday, there wasn’t a lot for me to get excited about with the College Football Playoff national championship game.
COLUMBIA —South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp has promoted Kyle Krantz into the newly-created 10th on-field assistant coaching position, and he’s named former Gamecock standout Marcus Lattimore to a support position, it was announced Friday.
The Daniel High School boys’ basketball team picked up a 56-39 victory over West-Oak in non-region action Friday night.