Article Archive for 21 April 2018
Willie: I was wanting to know — maybe Seneca High School athletics can answer me — why it is OK for the coach’s kids, grown kids, to come to the Seneca facilities and wash their clothes.
Clemson’s spring game last weekend reaffirmed something that was already pretty well known across the country — the Tigers are, again, loaded with talent.
This year marks a year of milestone anniversaries for Special Olympics, both internationally and locally.
A pet adoption program held by Tri-County Technical College’s Veterinary Technology Department has been giving the public an opportunity to adopt pets for the past 14 years, and officials say they’re pleased with the response.
Clemson University trustees have signed off on several new athletic facilities, as well as a center that will explore why business is essential for the success of individuals and communities.
A total of five high school students — three from Pickens County and two from Oconee — are among 92 throughout South Carolina who were recently recognized by Boeing, BMW and the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance for their efforts in science, technology, engineering and math.
The new Hobby Lobby in Seneca got a head start on its grand opening next week when the store opened Friday morning to welcome customers.
Former Walhalla police chief Ronald Wilbanks has been indicted by a state grand jury on three counts of official misconduct in office, according to documents released Friday.