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When Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce president David Lane announced this year’s recipient of the Duke Energy Citizenship Award during a recent Clemson City Council meeting, councilwoman Crossie Cox was shocked to hear her name called.
Social media challenges can work for the greater good, and Clemson University researchers hope a new study will lead to new ways of protecting young people from participating in the dangerous, or even deadly, ones.
For employees and volunteers of the Oconee Humane Society, July 4 is “one of our most dreaded times of the year,” director Angel Newman said.
South Carolina drivers won’t have to worry about lane closures on interstate highways as they hit the road for July 4.