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Will Main Street Walhalla ban political signs? Will Main Street Walhalla ban political signs?

A ban on political signs on city-owned properties and rights of way along parts or all of Main Street are among changes to be considered in Walhalla in 2020.

Tigers’ Robinson named award finalist Tigers’ Robinson named award finalist

CLEMSON — Robbie Robinson of the Clemson men’s soccer team has been named a finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy, it was announced Thursday.

Warriors earn hard-fought win over Easley Warriors earn hard-fought win over Easley

The West-Oak High School girls’ basketball team opened its regular season with an eight-point loss at Easley earlier this month, but on Thursday night, the Warriors returned the favor on their home court.

Two injured in accident on Wells Highway Two injured in accident on Wells Highway

Two people were taken to hospitals on Thursday after a collision on Wells Highway near Seneca between a car, pickup truck and a school bus.

High school roundup: West-Oak basketball to host youth camp High school roundup: West-Oak basketball to host youth camp

The West-Oak High School girls’ basketball team will host a free youth basketball camp on Saturday morning at West-Oak Middle School.

MIT, Clemson University announce partnership MIT, Clemson University  announce partnership

Clemson University is partnering with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to roll out educational modules for advanced manufacturing students that will involve augmented and virtual reality.

Fraud hotline suggested in school district’s annual audit report Fraud hotline suggested in school district’s annual audit report

The School District of Oconee County received a “clean” opinion during its annual audit report — along with the recommendation to start a hotline for people to call and report fraud.