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Not voting means ‘yes’ in Clemson Not voting means ‘yes’ in Clemson

In football, there has been considerable debate in recent years about what constitutes a catch. Apparently, the same thing is true in government when it comes to abstaining from a vote.

‘One bad thorn’ ‘One bad thorn’

Owner considered closing after 4 burglaries in 3 weeks

School district recognizes retirees School district recognizes retirees

A total of 36 School District of Oconee County employees recently gathered together to reminisce, laugh and even shed a few tears at the annual retirement celebration sponsored by the district office leadership.

Loan payment restructured, more improvements planned Loan payment restructured, more improvements planned

The Seneca Facilities Corporation approved a $3.144 million loan refinancing for the Seneca Industrial Complex on Shiloh Road — including $1 million for improvements to the building and property — at its annual meeting Tuesday at city hall.

City eying sewer grant work City eying sewer grant work

The city of Westminster is eligible to apply for grant money through the South Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority for an infiltration and inflow project beginning next month, according to the city administrator.

Changes coming to Clemson traffic signals Changes coming to Clemson traffic signals

The process of adjusting traffic signals to coordinate the U.S. Highway 123 and S.C. Highway 133 intersection is starting in Clemson after longtime complaints about the stacking of cars in left turn lanes.

Time to wake up Time to wake up

In the last couple of years, it seems like there is a growing contempt for human life; more despair, anger, hatred and violence. What gives?

Miracles around us Miracles around us

We have miracles around us that we take for granted daily. In winter, you get up and look out the window just after sunrise. You see there has been an ice storm overnight.

City administrator contract vote roils Clemson council City administrator contract vote roils Clemson council

Clemson City Council recently voted 4-1 to give city administrator Rick Cotton a contract extension and salary increase.

Community First reports 2nd quarter results, ‘additional expenses’ Community First reports 2nd quarter results, ‘additional expenses’

Community First Bancorporation, Inc., the parent of company of Community First Bank, Inc., reported total consolidated earnings of $268,000 for the second quarter of 2019, compared to earnings of $454,000 for the second quarter of 2018.

Man arrested in burglary, theft Man arrested in burglary, theft

Incentive offered for return of stolen items

Tigers productive in Tuesday scrimmage Tigers productive in Tuesday scrimmage

As the Aug. 29 season opener against Georgia Tech draws closer, the Clemson football team continues to take steps forward on the practice field, and coach Dabo Swinney liked what he saw on Tuesday.