It was called the war to end all wars, World War I. The day we celebrate as Veterans Day, Nov. 11, was established in its remembrance.
The annual ritual of holiday overeating is just around the corner, and it would seem the Oconee County Council is trying to get a jump on its caloric intake.
It’s hard to argue with success and both the city of Clemson and the folks at Clemson Area Transit routinely realize plenty of it.
Would we be asking too much to hope for a little bipartisan decorum in Washington, D.C., now that the electoral bloodletting is over?
It’s bad enough that the United States is the world leader in terms of locking people up.
The following content summarizes The Journal’s recommendations of candidates for many of the races to be decided in Tuesday’s elections.
Even when she was a virtual unknown trying to spread her message of fiscal conservatism and pragmatic governance, Nikki Haley’s message resounded with us.
The voters of Pickens County are fortunate this fall. They have good candidates seeking election to the County Council.
When it comes to selecting the next probate judge for Oconee County we believe the old adage applies — “If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.”
Frank Holleman knows South Carolina education about as well as anyone can.
No one could accuse city officials in Clemson of going about something halfway. And that’s a good thing.
On the surface, the suggestion that Oconee County taxpayers pay to have thousands of dogs and cats spayed and …
This election cycle has given rise to a host of special interest groups unlike any election in recent history.
In the midst of a red-hot election campaign and with another drought knocking on our door the issue of protecting South Carolina’s water resources …