University may take $135M hit from COVID-19

Clemson University is preparing for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to deliver a staggering blow to its budget for the current fiscal year — between $70 million and $135 million.

Rise to the challenge

Editor: Why we are even having to debate the issue of masks is a mystery to me, when virtually every health care professional on the planet, including me (a retired RN), advocates their use.

Clemson may use antibody testing

No plans have been implemented, but Clemson University officials are considering whether to require COVID-19 antibody test results from students before they can return to campus.

Crime briefs: Police say man threatened to burn down occupied house

  The Journal staff WALHALLA — A Walhalla man faces several charges after police said he threatened to burn a house down while holding a gas can — and knowing there were people inside. Terry Shane Crawford, 53, of Little River Lane, is charged with second-degree domestic violence, unlawful neglect of a child and pointing […]

Walhalla toddler dies after being found in pool

Autopsy scheduled for Friday The Journal staff WALHALLA — A 3-year-old Walhalla girl died in the hospital Wednesday after being found unresponsive in a neighbor’s pool. Robbie Prang, of Our Road, died in the intensive care unit at Greenville Memorial Hospital on Wednesday afternoon, Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said in a release. The death […]