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For the second time in its history and first since 2006, the Clemson Parks and Recreation Department has been named the South Carolina Athletic Department of the Year for the 10,000-25,000 population.
A new home for the Arts Center of Clemson could take another step forward Monday night when Clemson City Council is scheduled to consider a letter of intent between the city and Clemson United Methodist Church for a possible property sale.
After more than a decade, the bridge replacement project at the intersection of U.S. Highway 123 and S.C. Highway 133 in Clemson is nearing completion.
According to retired Clemson University economist Bruce Yandle, the U.S. is currently enjoying a “Goldilocks economy.”
More than 30 Seneca firefighters, city officials and community residents officially welcomed the city’s newest fire engine to the department on Thursday afternoon with a tradition Chief Richie Caudill says goes back to a time when steam engines were pulled to fires by horses.
Projects improving water, sewer and electrical infrastructure in three Oconee County cities could benefit from a proposal that the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority return approximately $8 million of its more than $13.1 million in reserve funds to those cities.