Articles in Editorials
As we were growing up, we were taught to respect and trust those who held some kind of authority over us — parents, grandparents, babysitters, teachers, church leaders, neighbors, military servicemen and servicewomen, firefighters, law enforcement officers and others.
It probably sounded like a simple request when Clemson University Undergraduate Student Government president Mason Foley and Bubba Britton of the Clemson University Alumni Association asked city officials to give the go-ahead for a block party on College Avenue in Clemson.
For more than 35 years, the Rosa Clark Medical Clinic in Seneca has met a need in our community by offering affordable and accessible quality health care to those who need it.
For more than a day, Hurricane Florence has brought a deluge of rainfall and damaging winds to the coasts of North and South Carolina, and the storm is expected to have at least some impact later this weekend on Oconee and Pickens counties, as well as the rest of the Upstate.