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A meeting for those interested in being a vendor at the Walhalla Farmers Market this year is scheduled for 6 p.m. May 8 at the Walhalla Performing Arts Center.
A special request from a retail business seeking sewer capacity in the restricted area of Cochran Road has led Clemson City Council to unanimously approve an amendment to its wastewater capacity reservation agreement and policy passed two years ago.
Clemson University engineering students recently spent two days at Seneca Middle School, introducing middle school students to career opportunities for women in the field.
A few details were ironed out following Tuesday’s recreation task force meeting in Oconee County Council chambers.
Central town officials said plans to renovate the former Central Concrete and Plaster building on East Main Street apparently won’t take place after all.
While final enrollment numbers won’t be ready until the Clemson University Board of Trustees’ summer meeting, provost Bob Jones told the board’s educational policy committee this week goals for new students will likely be met.