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Officials are treating the ‘attractive nuisance’ for what it is Officials are treating the ‘attractive nuisance’ for what it is

Willie,
On response to your reply about the multiple drownings at Jumping off Rock, you missed an important fact. Yes, it’s great for everyone to know how to swim, but in reality that’s not going to …

Tigers’ Simmons continues to elevate his game Tigers’ Simmons continues to elevate his game

When Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney was asked on Tuesday morning if Tigers linebacker Isaiah Simmons reminded him of anyone else he’s ever coached, Swinney’s answer was quick and simple.

Central studying water loss with radio read meters Central studying water loss with radio read meters

Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said the town is looking at proposals for a study of the town’s water meters in an effort to ensure they are providing accurate readings.

Seneca girls’ golf qualifies for state Seneca girls’ golf qualifies for state

The Seneca High School girls’ golf team will vie for the state championship for the first time since 2009 following a seventh-place finish on Tuesday at the Class 3A Upper State qualifier at Carolina Springs Golf Club.

Deputies put on paid leave after deadly shooting Deputies put on paid leave after deadly shooting

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating the death of a 61-year-old man who was shot to death by two Pickens County Sheriff’s Office deputies after he reportedly pointed a gun at them.

Clemson, Oconee planners talk traffic issues, student housing Clemson, Oconee planners talk traffic issues, student housing

Planning groups from the city of Clemson and Oconee County got together Monday afternoon to discuss big issues connecting the two entities — namely, traffic.

County to host open house at future site of magistrate office County to host open house at future site of magistrate office

After years of squeezing into a tight space lacking a jury room or conference room, the cramped Oconee County magistrate courtroom’s days are numbered in Westminster.

Council OKs department expansion firm Council OKs department expansion firm

Clemson City Council has locked in on an architectural firm that will handle the expansion of the Clemson Police Department.

American is still land of the free and home of the brave American is still land of the free and home of the brave

Editor: I usually stay out of politics when writing, however I want to say something to both sides of the political field.

Tigers working on California receiver Tigers working on California receiver

Last May, Clemson picked up a commitment from the top-rated quarterback in the 2020 class in D.J. Uiagalelei from Bellflower, Calif.

Bobcats top Liberty, advance to postseason Bobcats top Liberty, advance to postseason

The play was befitting of a tiebreaker match Monday night, as the Seneca High School volleyball team found itself locked in a back-and-forth battle with Liberty with a playoff berth on the line.

School board gives final approval on staff leave and absences policy School board gives final approval on staff leave and absences policy

The Oconee County School Board has a new policy in place to keep employees from taking inordinate amounts of time away from school to keep from losing their accumulated leave.