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Tigers play host to Notre Dame this weekend Tigers play host to Notre Dame this weekend

The Clemson baseball team, which has lost four of its last five games, will return to conference play today when it opens a three-game series against Notre Dame at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Seeds of spring Seeds of spring

Woman’s club hosting planting festival

That’s not how journalism works — but try the ‘National Enquirer’ That’s not how journalism works — but try the ‘National Enquirer’

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Call of the wild? Call of the wild?

DNR: Coyotes are proliferating in county

Groups host Tillman Hall teach-in, debate in Clemson Groups host Tillman Hall teach-in, debate in Clemson

Two Tillman Hall-themed events shook Clemson University on Tuesday night as students, faculty and community members came together to learn and debate about Ben Tillman and the controversial legacy he left behind.

Football ops complex slated for completion in 2017 Football ops complex slated for completion in 2017

Clemson University’s ongoing athletic facilities initiative has plenty of moving parts, and that means the total price tag has changed quite a bit, as well.

Officials: New Walhalla High months ahead of schedule Officials: New Walhalla High months ahead of schedule

During a tour Wednesday of the new $55 million Walhalla High School on S.C. Highway 11, School District of Oconee County officials said the facility is well ahead of schedule for its official August opening.

Seneca planning new public park Seneca planning new public park

The city of Seneca could soon have a little more than an acre of property for a public park after council members voted on the matter following an executive session at a scheduled council meeting Tuesday night.

Future of black doctor’s home pending Future of black doctor’s home pending

The future of a home that once belonged to Oconee County’s first African-American doctor is up in the air after its owner failed to appear before a scheduled court hearing this week regarding the stay she received to salvage the property.

Community oriented policing working in Clemson Community oriented policing working in Clemson

In recent years, law enforcement officials have worked with citizens in an effort to build relationships and, therefore, trust, through what is known as the community oriented policing concept.

Tigers’ rally falls short against FSU Tigers’ rally falls short against FSU

Xavier Rathan-Mayes piled up a bunch of points again for Florida State. The Seminoles needed just about all of them.

Community First Bank lawyers heading to court Community First Bank lawyers heading to court

Community First Bank is looking to distance itself from a former executive’s failed motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a woman alleging she had more than $1.7 million raided from her account.

Oconee sheriff’s office warns public of scam Oconee sheriff’s office warns public  of scam

The Journal staff
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by a management employee from The Journal on Tuesday concerning a possible scam. The sheriff’s office would like to remind local residents to …

9/11 memorial receives $10K matching grant 9/11 memorial receives $10K matching grant

Fundraising for a 9/11 memorial in Oconee County took a major step forward this week when organizers of the project announced a $10,000 matching grant has been obtained.