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Police: Man dragged woman by hair
May 3, 2019 – 12:43 am | Comments Off on Police: Man dragged woman by hair
Police: Man dragged woman by hair

Louie Lamarkus Gilliam, of West Spearman Road, is charged with second-degree domestic violence.

Legislators recognize Pickens County responders
May 3, 2019 – 12:36 am | Comments Off on Legislators recognize Pickens County responders
Legislators recognize Pickens County responders

State legislators recently honored the members of the Pickens County Emergency Management Response Team for helping victims of Hurricane Florence last year. 

When the time arrives, just lay low and pray
May 3, 2019 – 12:35 am | Comments Off on When the time arrives, just lay low and pray
When the time arrives, just lay low and pray

Willie: Well, I see the papers are merging.

It’s a ministry; it’s a calling
May 3, 2019 – 12:33 am | Comments Off on It’s a ministry; it’s a calling

In 2013, Haley’s path brought her to Tamassee DAR School’s residential program as a student from a nearby small town in Georgia.   

CLT play to showcase phases of parenthood
May 3, 2019 – 12:31 am | Comments Off on CLT play to showcase phases of parenthood
CLT play to showcase phases of parenthood

“Rated P for Parenthood” makes its stage debut tonight — along with Dave DiGeronimo’s directing debut — with a variety show-type musical that follows the path of parenthood from birth to empty nest.

Moving the middle ground
May 3, 2019 – 12:28 am | Comments Off on Moving the middle ground
Moving the middle ground

I’m finally making some progress with my garden this year, which feels incredibly late compared to last year. 

Former Clemson All-American to speak at annual Ripple of One fundraiser
May 3, 2019 – 12:00 am | Comments Off on Former Clemson All-American to speak at annual Ripple of One fundraiser
Former Clemson All-American to speak at annual Ripple of One fundraiser

Michael Dean Perry is scheduled to speak in the Burton Gallery at Littlejohn Coliseum on May 18 for the “Rock the Boat: Sailing away from government assistance” fundraiser for Ripple of One. 

County parks receive $550K grant for 218-acre property
May 3, 2019 – 12:00 am | Comments Off on County parks receive $550K grant for 218-acre property
County parks receive $550K grant for 218-acre property

The Oconee County Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department is closer to securing funding to buy 218 acres of property adjacent to Chau Ram Park in Westminster after getting a grant for more than $500,000.

Officials say third gym needed for increased demand
May 2, 2019 – 12:29 am | Comments Off on Officials say third gym needed for increased demand
Officials say third gym needed for increased demand

Since its opening nearly 20 years ago, the Central-Clemson Recreation Center has been an example of two municipalities working together.

Few positions added in early Walhalla budget
May 2, 2019 – 12:27 am | Comments Off on Few positions added in early Walhalla budget
Few positions added in early Walhalla budget

Although Walhalla Police Chief Sean Brinson has asked for more officers in the city’s fiscal 2020 budget, the only new positions contained in an early version of the document are water plant operators. 

Proposed career center changes removed from bill
May 2, 2019 – 12:27 am | Comments Off on Proposed career center changes removed from bill
Proposed career center changes removed from bill

An education reform bill proposal to consolidate adult education and career centers into the state technical college system is apparently off the table, at least for now.

Clemson Farmers Market set to kick off 10th season today
May 2, 2019 – 12:27 am | Comments Off on Clemson Farmers Market set to kick off 10th season today
Clemson Farmers Market set to kick off 10th season today

In 2010, then-Clemson city planner Arzu Yilmaz established the Clemson Farmers Market at CrossPoint Church with the support of city council, city administrator Rick Cotton and the planning office.