Article Archive for 7 April 2018
Clemson city administrator Rick Cotton told city council recently negotiations on a new fire service contract with Clemson University have been completed.
CLEMSON — When wide receiver Amari Rodgers came to Clemson last year, coaches were quick to praise him for his maturity and willingness to learn as a freshman.
School District of Oconee County officials updated several ongoing building projects, as well as a future building project, during a recent meeting with local media members.
Austin Daniel Burnett of Easley and Marc Anthony Brayboy of Greenville, both 17, were each charged with malicious damage to real property.
What does a bear biologist who spends most of her time at work outdoors investigating bears do when she has a few hours off? She goes turkey hunting.
Walhalla Partners for Progress members had something to celebrate during their April meeting.
A bill introduced in the S.C. House of Representatives Thursday allowing lawmakers to debate seceding from the United States “if the federal government confiscates legally purchased firearms in this State,” has “no chance” of becoming law this year, according to State Rep. Bill Sandifer.