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The Oconee County Planning Commission will sit down with a planning firm and the public next week to discuss the county’s 2020 comprehensive plan.
Clemson University professor emeritus Romando James was among 15 people from throughout the nation honored Friday for lifetime contributions and achievements during induction into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.
A 28-year-old man hired as a railroad crossing attendant on a private roadway leading to a construction site was struck and killed by a train on his first day at the job.
The city of Clemson is planning to approach the Pickens County C Fund for $1.6 million in funding for a pair of street projects.
More than 7,000 utilities accounts are read monthly by Clemson officials, a sizable task in itself, but one made even more difficult by the number of obstructed or “hidden” meters throughout the city.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Smith and running mate Mandy Powers Norrell made a campaign stop in downtown Walhalla on Thursday afternoon, talking to business and community leaders and saying he is optimistic about his support in the Upstate in the Nov. 6 general election.