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Trail kiosks set for installation
December 4, 2018 – 12:33 am | No Comment
Trail kiosks set for installation | Test

A total of six kiosks pertaining to the Green Crescent Trail will be installed throughout the City of Clemson within the next week.

City council holding signage workshop
December 4, 2018 – 12:09 am | No Comment
City council holding signage workshop | Test

A proposed text amendment that could create definitions and establish a maximum size for wall-mounted signs will be up for discussion at a Clemson City Council workshop scheduled for 5 p.m. on Dec. 17 at City Hall.

Additional Infinity arrest made
December 4, 2018 – 12:07 am | No Comment
Additional Infinity arrest made | Test

Douglas Jonathan Burrell, of West South Broad Street, is charged with one count of distribution of methamphetamine.

Clemson notes parade road closures
December 4, 2018 – 12:04 am | No Comment
Clemson notes parade road closures | Test

Participants for tonight’s Clemson Christmas parade will line up on Highway 93 from the president’s house at Cherry Road to Bowman field as in the past.

Pressing pause: Commerce park future unclear
December 4, 2018 – 12:01 am | No Comment
Pressing pause: Commerce park future unclear | Test

Plans to build a 50,000-square-foot speculative building in the Golden Corner Commerce Park have been put on hold as a potential buyer for the property eyes the land.

Two say no to PMPA extension
December 4, 2018 – 12:00 am | No Comment
Two say no to PMPA extension | Test

Two Westminster City Council members said they don’t want to extend the city’s agreement with the Piedmont Municipal Power Agency after meeting with representatives ast week.

New mixed-use development proposed on Keowee Trail
December 1, 2018 – 1:28 am | No Comment
New mixed-use development proposed on Keowee Trail | Test

Nearly a year after a controversial mixed-use development on Keowee Trail in Clemson was scrapped, another is on the table for consideration.

Woman dies 2 weeks after wreck
December 1, 2018 – 1:26 am | No Comment
Woman dies 2 weeks after wreck | Test

A 79-year-old Walhalla woman died this week, a little more than two weeks after she was injured in a single-vehicle wreck. 

Process begins in search for next TCTC president
December 1, 2018 – 1:25 am | No Comment
Process begins in search for next TCTC president | Test

Officials have named the members of a committee tasked with finding the fourth president in the 56-year history of Tri-County Technical College, and guidelines for the search will be presented to the college’s commission at its meeting Monday afternoon.

Norris fire chief retiring after 40 years with department
December 1, 2018 – 1:25 am | No Comment
Norris fire chief retiring after 40 years with department | Test

Joe Bracken may be a Liberty native, but he says his heart has been in Norris for 40 years. 

Public’s help needed solving Seneca hit-and-run
December 1, 2018 – 1:24 am | No Comment
Public’s help needed solving Seneca hit-and-run | Test

The Journal staff
SENECA — The public’s help is being sought in solving an August hit-and-run incident that caused damage to a car at a store in Seneca.
Crimestoppers and the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office are hoping …

County council plans public hearings
December 1, 2018 – 1:20 am | No Comment
County council plans public hearings | Test

At its next-to-last meeting of the calendar year, the Oconee County Council has three public hearings and grant fund usage on its plate.

Construction of new career center to begin in February
December 1, 2018 – 1:19 am | No Comment
Construction of new career center to begin in February | Test

School District of Oconee County officials say visible signs already exist for what will eventually be the future home of the new Fred P. Hamilton Career and Technology Center beside the Tri-County Technical College facility on S.C. Highway 11.

Clemson council approves firm to lead community capital campaign
December 1, 2018 – 1:15 am | No Comment
Clemson council approves firm to lead community capital campaign | Test

With Clemson City Council approving the firm to provide consulting services, the city is embarking on its first-ever capital campaign.