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City of Clemson announces new fire service contract with Clemson University
April 7, 2018 – 12:37 am | No Comment
City of Clemson announces new fire service contract with Clemson University | Test

Clemson city administrator Rick Cotton told city council recently negotiations on a new fire service contract with Clemson University have been completed.

Scott: Tigers’ receiver Rodgers ‘practices like a pro’
April 7, 2018 – 12:35 am | No Comment
Scott: Tigers’ receiver Rodgers ‘practices like a pro’ | Test

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.

Time to move all elections to November
April 7, 2018 – 12:34 am | No Comment
Time to move all elections to November | Test

On Tuesday, 11 of the 168 registered voters in West Union came out to vote in the municipal election for mayor and town council — a turnout of just 6.55 percent.

Are guns the problem, or is it people?
April 7, 2018 – 12:32 am | No Comment
Are guns the problem, or is it people? | Test

People are killing other people with guns. So which is to blame? Guns or people?

Oconee school officials give update on building projects
April 7, 2018 – 12:31 am | No Comment
Oconee school officials give update on building projects | Test

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.

Animal behavior expert speaks at Garrison Arena
April 7, 2018 – 12:28 am | No Comment
Animal behavior expert speaks at Garrison Arena | Test

Members of the S.C. Cattlemen’s Association heard a presentation this week from author and animal behavior expert Temple Grandin, who is known as the “woman who thinks like a cow.”

Sheriff’s office charges three teens in Doodle Trail vandalism
April 7, 2018 – 12:27 am | No Comment
Sheriff’s office charges three teens in Doodle Trail vandalism | Test

Austin Daniel Burnett of Easley and Marc Anthony Brayboy of Greenville, both 17, were each charged with malicious damage to real property.

Henned up: Clemson-based wildlife biologist hunts in Oconee
April 7, 2018 – 12:25 am | No Comment
Henned up: Clemson-based wildlife biologist hunts in Oconee | Test

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.

Former SDPC boss gets job in Anderson
April 7, 2018 – 12:25 am | No Comment
Former SDPC boss gets job in Anderson | Test

Former School District of Pickens County superintendent Kelly Pew, who also served as a principal at both Seneca Middle School and Seneca High School, is returning to her roots in Anderson School District 1.

Council to take up Pioneer contract
April 7, 2018 – 12:24 am | No Comment
Council to take up Pioneer contract | Test

Seneca City Council is expected to discuss a draft of a new long-term water contract with Pioneer Rural Water District at its regular meeting Tuesday.

Walhalla group reaches downtown tree-planting fund goal
April 7, 2018 – 12:23 am | No Comment
Walhalla group reaches downtown tree-planting fund goal | Test

Walhalla Partners for Progress members had something to celebrate during their April meeting.

City’s search for administrator nearing an end
April 7, 2018 – 12:23 am | No Comment
City’s search for administrator nearing an end | Test

Mayor Dan Alexander plans to update and seek input from Seneca City Council on the search for a new city administrator that he hopes to announce this month.

Man charged with trafficking meth
April 7, 2018 – 12:21 am | No Comment
Man charged with trafficking meth | Test

Matthew Travis Lear, of 750 Frenge Branch Road, is charged with trafficking meth weighing more than 10 grams but less than 28 grams.

Secession bill not likely to make it through legislature
April 7, 2018 – 12:21 am | No Comment
Secession bill not likely to make it through legislature | Test

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.