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Volunteer hours abound on community service day
August 23, 2010 – 6:00 pm | No Comment
Volunteer hours abound on community service day | Test

 
Southern Wesleyan University student Ethan Bourne of Denton, N.C., prunes shrubbery on the grounds of the Central History Museum during a community service project Aug. 16.

Walhalla DAR chapter recognized at state event
August 23, 2010 – 6:00 pm | No Comment
Walhalla DAR chapter recognized at state event | Test

The Walhalla Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution has received a one of a kind honor — the first ever Golden Toilet Paper Award.

Native fruit now ripening
August 23, 2010 – 6:00 pm | No Comment
Native fruit now ripening | Test

Local growers report that Muscadines, a native grape with a distinctive flavor and aroma, found only in the Southeastern United States, are now ripening.

Duke assessment climbs $15 million
August 23, 2010 – 1:02 pm | No Comment
Duke assessment climbs $15 million | Test

Oconee County may see slumping residential and commercial values on the horizon but it would appear that industrial assessments, particularly that of Duke Energy, will likely help offset that loss of tax base.

Peddling the penny
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | One Comment
Peddling the penny | Test

At least one Oconee County elected official took note when the SC Association of Counties named Orangeburg County as the winner of its prestigious J. Mitchell Graham Memorial Award.

‘Information is power’
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
‘Information is power’ | Test

What exactly makes a smart phone? And what exactly makes a smart phone so smart? Cell phones used to do mainly one thing. Make phone calls.

Pathway to prosperity?
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Pathway to prosperity? | Test

By the winter of 2012 Sheep Farm Road should be a wider, longer thoroughfare used as a catalyst for growth across the county.

Corontzes dies at age 56
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Corontzes dies at age 56 | Test

Nick Corontzes, who along with his family has been a vital part of the culinary scene in Clemson and, most recently, Seneca for years, has died.

PC School Board races see fresh faces
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
PC School Board races see fresh faces | Test

Jimmy Gillespie of Central and Roy Costner III of Liberty are first-time candidates for two of the three Pickens County School Board seats voters will fill in November.

Edwards Middle gym to reopen
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Edwards Middle gym to reopen | Test

R.C. Edwards Middle School students should be able to return to the gymnasium for physical education classes Monday as the process of cleaning up mold and mildew is nearly complete.

Clemson Downs nurse saves 99-year-old
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Clemson Downs nurse saves 99-year-old | Test

Judy Porter had never met Rodney Hollingsworth prior to this month. But, after witnessing the Clemson Downs nurse save her 99-year-old mother’s life, neither she nor the rest of her family will ever forget him.

Seneca’s evolution of alcohol laws
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Seneca’s evolution of alcohol laws | Test

Days after the city of Seneca passed ordinance amendments relaxing restrictions of alcohol sale and consumption in the city, business owners and city officials alike lauded the city’s decision …

Saving historic oaks in Walhalla
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Saving historic oaks in Walhalla | Test

The founding fathers of Walhalla quickly agreed upon a centerpiece look for downtown when it became an established city.

Clemson students to aid Fair Play
August 21, 2010 – 1:00 am | One Comment
Clemson students to aid Fair Play | Test

Over the next several months, Clemson University students will be on a mission to determine how Fair Play area residents want to handle impending development that was described Thursday evening as being in a “temporary lull.”