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Razors pick up road win at Gaffney Razors pick up road win at Gaffney

The Walhalla High School boys’ soccer team hit four goals past Gaffney in a shutout win on Friday night.

Inmate labor to repair damage at Walhalla pool Inmate labor to repair damage at Walhalla pool

After an act of vandalism, the hope of many community leaders is for the Walhalla pool to open as scheduled this year, and Oconee County inmates are now working to help repair damage at the facility.

State official: No threat of drought State official: No threat of drought

South Carolina hasn’t had a drought of epic proportions in several years. However, several months ago, the state was under what South Carolina state climatologist Hope Mizzell called an incipient drought.

Army Corps of Engineers spokesman: Lake levels up Army Corps of Engineers spokesman: Lake levels up

As far as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is concerned, the drought is officially over.

Painting a bright future Painting a bright future

Student Painters brings business to college entrepreneurs

To sort or not to sort is a question? To sort or not to sort is a question?

I’ve asked this question several times and I’ve never got an answer. I’m on Stribling Shoals Road.

Going out: March 6 weekend events calendar Going out: March 6 weekend events calendar

Andy Cooney’s Irish Cabaret 8 p.m. at Walhalla Civic Auditorium. Tickets are $30; children under 12 $15. Walhallacivic.com

Beasley, Tiger prospects show out at pro day Beasley, Tiger prospects show out at pro day

It was a day to showcase one of the strongest defensive lines Clemson has ever produced, which made it slightly ironic when the main attraction wanted to show everyone how well he could play linebacker.

Passport to the Arts celebrates fifth year with sellout event Passport to the Arts celebrates fifth year with sellout event

Passport to the Arts, which is now in its fifth year, will take place tonight with four locations in Clemson providing an evening of art, live music, entertainment, food and drinks. However, if you don’t already have a ticket, you won’t be able to go.

The price is right for spay/neuter program The price is right for spay/neuter program

Oconee councilman Paul Cain joked at a recent meeting he felt a little like “The Price is Right” host Bob Barker when reminding the county’s citizens to help control the pet population by having their animals spayed and neutered.

Clemson briefs: Hernesman named new volleyball coach Clemson briefs: Hernesman named new volleyball coach

The Clemson baseball team will get conference play underway today when it opens a three-game set at N.C. State.

High school roundup: Tournament delayed by rain High school roundup: Tournament delayed by rain

Due to inclement weather, Seneca High School has moved the final two games of The Journal’s Mountain Lakes Preseason Baseball Tournament to Saturday.