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Students describe move-in struggles at Epoch Clemson Students describe move-in struggles at Epoch Clemson

Two Clemson students living at the new Epoch Clemson complex near Hartwell Village in Seneca say there are several issues with housing units and amenities being unfinished at the property.

Probably just a coincidence Probably just a coincidence

It’s probably just a coincidence that Walhalla City Council started talking about changing its tough-on-the-customer water billing system at the same time that candidates are filing for municipal elections. 

The Democrats’ 2020 presidential candidates The Democrats’ 2020 presidential candidates

Editor: I am not a Democrat. But I’ve been trying to sort out some of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates’ platforms

City to take next step after meetings City to take next step after meetings

Now that a series of six community meetings and community input over the past six months have been completed, Clemson City Council is ready to take the next step to address the issues and concerns presented.

Get ready to dig Get ready to dig

Editor: The various “green” plans out there would require the biggest mining expansion in world history.

Bentley, Lawrence named to award watch list Bentley, Lawrence named to award watch list

Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and South Carolina’s Jake Bentley were among the 30 quarterbacks named to the Manning Award watch list on Wednesday.

Former Tiger Pagano now on staff at Daniel Former Tiger Pagano now on staff at Daniel

Not long after fall practice began, Daniel High School defensive end Jared Kirksey was asked about his outlook for the Lions’ defensive line after some glowing words from head coach Jeff Fruster.

Incumbent, two challengers file for Walhalla council Incumbent, two challengers file for Walhalla council

One incumbent and two challengers have filed so far for the three seats on Walhalla City Council.

114 Earle problems are the ‘tip of the iceberg’ 114 Earle problems are the ‘tip of the iceberg’

Editor: While it is unfortunate that so many students have been displaced from the 114 Earle apartments on such short notice, these types of student housing problems are just the beginning of what is expected to be years of problems for numerous student housing projects across the country that have been rushed to be constructed to meet minimum code requirements.

What has Lindsey Graham done for rest of state? What has Lindsey Graham done for rest of state?

Editor: “At the end of the day you’re another day older, and that’s all you can say for the life of the poor ….” That’s the opening lines from a song from “Les Miserables.”

Woman charged in jewelry theft Woman charged in jewelry theft

Ann Marie Brown Wood, 33, of Jay Lane in Fair Play was arrested Friday and charged with grand larceny with a value between $2,000 and $10,000.

County creates app for data collection — Staff finds most Utica houses in ‘excellent’ condition County creates app for data collection — Staff finds most Utica houses in ‘excellent’ condition

After indexing nearly 400 homes in the Utica area, Oconee County officials found that nearly two-thirds of the homes in the area are in excellent condition.