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State’s largest debt sparks battle State’s largest debt sparks battle

Is South Carolina employees’ public pension worth it?

Tigers’ NCAA run ends in penalty kicks Tigers’ NCAA run ends in penalty kicks

Full regulation and two periods of overtime weren’t enough to decide Friday night’s NCAA Tournament quarterfinal men’s soccer match between Clemson and Stanford, so the teams went to penalty kicks.

Happy to oblige ya with a listenin’ ear, Mr. Crank! Happy to oblige ya with a listenin’ ear, Mr. Crank!

You answered my cry for more addresses with the usual, modern day tech reply: Go to Google! Not everyone in the world has those expensive phones that do all of that for you. I do not.

Walhalla looks at options for trash pickup Walhalla looks at options for trash pickup

Hiring more employees and cutting services to some customers outside the city are options city officials are discussing to improve Walhalla’s trash pickup services.

City eyeing ways to spend sewer authority refund City eyeing ways to spend sewer authority refund

Westminster has taken a step to amend its budget to include several capital investment projects, along with the creation of an emergency appropriation account, thanks to refund dollars from the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority. 

Alumni to receive Clemson’s highest honor Alumni to receive Clemson’s highest honor

Two Clemson University alumni are set to receive the school’s highest honor — the Clemson Medallion — next year. 

Wonderful, indeed — CLT debuts holiday classic tonight Wonderful, indeed — CLT debuts holiday classic tonight

A true Christmas classic opens tonight at Clemson Little Theatre, and the popularity of the movie is sure to bring larger crowds — and a bit of added pressure for the actors.

Clemson to hold unveiling for new mayoral portraits Clemson to hold unveiling for new mayoral portraits

An oil painting of late Clemson Mayor Larry Abernathy has been hanging in Clemson City Council chambers for nearly six years.