Article Archive for 19 February 2018
Oconee County Council members urged Clemson City Council Monday night not to annex a 7.667-acre tract of land in Oconee County for Lakeside Lodge Clemson, saying it would adversely affect the large investment the county has already made in the project.
Townville Elementary School is not the same school it was before the deadly shooting on its grounds on Sept. 28, 2016.
Like most students entering middle school, 11-year-old Emmalee “Emmy” Budrevich spent part of her sixth-grade year trying to find her place.
After a few hours of talking, planning and identifying problems on Saturday morning, the Westminster City Council was short a strategic plan but opted to move forward with looking into options for a new City Hall in a joint effort with Oconee County.
Fresh off winning its second straight Class 3A state championship, the West-Oak High School wrestling team saw seven of its grapplers earn individual Upper State championships over the weekend.
Two-time NCAA champion and Clemson wrestling great Sammie Henson will be inducted into the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame, the organization announced Monday.
It may not have been able to successfully defend its region championship, but the Seneca High School girls’ basketball team once again finds itself on the cusp of making a coveted trip to Columbia.
Clemson University president Jim Clements told attendees at the annual State of Clemson luncheon last week the university is continuing to see growth in applications and student population.