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Arrests for December 4
Nearly a year after a controversial mixed-use development on Keowee Trail in Clemson was scrapped, another is on the table for consideration.
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.
Joe Bracken may be a Liberty native, but he says his heart has been in Norris for 40 years.
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.
With Clemson City Council approving the firm to provide consulting services, the city is embarking on its first-ever capital campaign.