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While October is often the time families are thinking more about pumpkins and cooler weather, the first few days of the month have brought temperatures that may call more for shorts and flip-flops.
After unsuccessful efforts to build a new fire substation on the Hamilton Career Center campus, Oconee County Emergency Services and School District of Oconee County officials are working out an agreement to use an old building on campus to house two firefighters.
Work is already beginning to find a new leader for Tri-County Technical College after Monday’s announcement that longtime president Ronnie Booth will retire next year.
A Tuesday morning gas leak originating from a main natural gas line on Clemson University property near U.S. Highway 76 brought the Clemson University Fire Department and city and university police to the scene, where they remained for more than two hours before the line was repaired.
When 21-year-old Geneva Hutchinson began working on her latest art class assignment, she didn’t realize it would spread so quickly across campus.
Clemson City Council candidate Fran McGuire says the biggest issue facing Clemson is “development of a community identity.”
Ronnie Booth, just the third president in the 56-year history of Tri-County Technical College, announced Monday that he plans to retire effective June 30, 2019.
An agreement in which Oconee County would turn operation of sewer services in the southern area of Oconee County over to the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority will likely have to go through at least one more round of negotiations.
At its first October meeting tonight, Oconee County Council is scheduled to hear public comments on three ordinances before discussing the current body camera contract for the sheriff’s office.