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On Wednesday afternoon, approximately 15-20 city employees were hard at work in downtown Seneca hanging lights on existing trees and bushes, getting wiring and other projects done and coming back to the design of a plan they say will give the downtown area a brand-new look this Christmas season.
For the Seneca High School girls’ cross-country team, it was five runners earning all-state honors. For the Daniel girls’ team, it was a sweep of the top three spots, with Ally Wilson finally breaking through to lead the way for the Lions.
Local residents will have the opportunity today to help Toys for Tots in its efforts to collect more than 5,000 toys expected to meet the needs of families in the area this Christmas season.
South Carolina is among the leaders in the nation when it comes to domestic violence, and a group of actors from California spent day and evening in Walhalla on Thursday hoping to emphasize ways to address the problem.
CLEMSON — The Clemson Tigers know better than to judge a team based solely on its record, especially when that team is Florida State.
SENECA — The Seneca High School football team struggled early in the season, and while hardly ideal, it was expected to some degree.
WALHALLA — Depending on what happens over the course of the next two days, there are a number of possible fates awaiting the Walhalla High School football team.
CLEMSON — On more than one occasion already this season, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has broken out his impersonation of freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence — speaking with a low, nonchalant, unenthusiastic voice — that has drawn plenty of laughs.
With the long-anticipated $8.4 million Foothills YMCA facility moving closer to reality, officials say they are looking to get 1,425 membership units in the first full year of the building’s operation as part of a projected $2.1 million budget for on-site and off-site programs and services.