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Advancements abound in pediatric cardiology Advancements abound in pediatric cardiology

Some of the most gut-wrenching experiences parents can face are health issues with their children, including heart problems that often require open heart surgery.

Mayor to update power substation location Monday night Mayor to update power substation location Monday night

Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook said this week there have been no new developments on efforts to relocate the Duke Energy electrical distribution substation set to be built at the former National Guard Armory baseball field on Pendleton Road.

We’d better pray they don’t succeed We’d better pray they don’t succeed

Willie: First off let me apologize for what I am about to say, “I’m sorry.”

County employees … County employees …

It’s time for someone to step up.

Gamecocks fall to Liberty on opening day Gamecocks fall to Liberty on opening day

COLUMBIA — The South Carolina baseball team held a 5-4 lead with two outs in the top of the ninth inning over Liberty on Friday, but a solo home run sent the game to extra innings.

Salary proposal concerns superintendent Salary proposal concerns superintendent

School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland says teachers deserve a salary increase, but is concerned Oconee and other school districts may have to pay the bulk of the funds to make it a reality.

Traveling exhibit makes stop at 2 Seneca museums Traveling exhibit makes stop at 2 Seneca museums

Two Seneca museums are coming together to showcase a traveling exhibit from the South Carolina State Museum remembering a league of African-American baseball players from a little more than two decades ago.

South Carolina granted NCAA waiver request South Carolina granted NCAA waiver request

The University of South Carolina has been granted a waiver by the NCAA Division I women’s basketball committee to host the 2019 NCAA women’s basketball tournament first and second rounds in Charlotte, N.C., should the Gamecocks receive a top-16 seed in the tournament, athletic director Ray Tanner announced Wednesday.

Tigers open season against South Alabama Tigers open season against South Alabama

Baseball is officially back, and the No. 14 Clemson Tigers are more than ready to take the field.

Hope for the survival of our democracy Hope for the survival of our democracy

Editor: Recently, a friend of mine made this remark to me:

Kendrick, LeRoy lead Bobcats in blowout over Chapman Kendrick, LeRoy lead Bobcats in blowout over Chapman

The Seneca High School girls’ basketball team is undoubtedly at its best when it’s balanced, which it was Thursday night against Chapman.

Protect your heart Protect your heart

In today’s issue of The Journal, there is an eight-page special section as part of our recognition of Heart Health Awareness Month in February.

Central sewer project making progress Central sewer project making progress

A recent stretch of dry, warmer weather has enabled the $1.5 million project rerouting an existing sewer line from Southern Wesleyan University around the town of Central to move forward.

Police: Mountain Rest woman missing since January Police: Mountain Rest woman missing since January

Laura Ann Anders, 45, was last seen by her husband at a home on Bauknight Road in Mountain Rest, according to a sheriff’s office report.