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Bobcats stymie West-Oak in road victory Bobcats stymie West-Oak in road victory

For much of the season, it’s been a struggle for the Seneca High School football team’s defense.

Crosby, Hamilton connect at last second as Lions get past Wren Crosby, Hamilton connect at last second as Lions get past Wren

After weeks of everything going right for the Daniel High School football team, things started to go very wrong at the end of Friday’s contest against Wren.

This just disgusts me This just disgusts me

Willie: Short statement and to the fact. After seeing Miss Pelosi all day yesterday, it confirmed my suspicion.

Musicians ready for Anderson Bluegrass Festival Musicians ready for Anderson Bluegrass Festival

You’d be hard pressed trying to find another festival to get your bluegrass fix as a three-day Upstate event later this month. 

Palmer to hold book signing Palmer to hold book signing

“The Lady of Cofitachequi: A South Carolina Native American Folktale” is a children’s book about an important part of Native American history, South Carolina history and women’s history.

Outdoors: Baiting vs. food plots for deer hunting Outdoors: Baiting vs. food plots for deer hunting

This weekend marks the opening of the firearms season for whitetail deer hunting in the Upstate.

Tigers clash with Florida State today Tigers clash with Florida State today

All aboard — the ROY bus has rolled back into town.

High school roundup: Seneca tennis falls on road High school roundup: Seneca tennis falls on road

The Seneca High School girls’ tennis team dropped a 4-3 decision at Powdersville on Thursday night.

Toddler’s death ruled a homicide; two arrests made Toddler’s death ruled a homicide; two arrests made

 
The mother of 14-month-old Rhyder Ford Peay, who died Oct. 1, and her boyfriend have been charged with unlawful neglect of child/helpless person.
Molly Morgan Spivey and Ronnie Glenn Christen have been charged with unlawful neglect …

2 longtime Tri-County Tech buildings up for renovations 2 longtime Tri-County Tech buildings up for renovations

Oconee Hall and Miller Hall, two buildings that have stood for around half a century on Tri-County Technical College’s Pendleton campus, are among four capital projects termed  “significant” by the school’s building committee.

Does Walhalla need a new mayor? Does Walhalla need a new mayor?

Willie: In an editorial in The Journal, it was indicated that the newspaper wants to know how much taxpayer money was spent on protecting the city of Clemson during the Hells Angels visit.