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Southern Wesleyan appoints vice president for Adult and Graduate Studies Southern Wesleyan appoints vice president for Adult and Graduate Studies

Southern Wesleyan University announces the appointment of Dr. Gary Carr as its vice president for Adult and Graduate Studies.
Dr. David Spittal, university president, said, “Dr. Carr has a distinguished military and professional career that includes outstanding administrative leadership, proven ability and excellent team-building skills.”

Don’t be a square … dance! Don’t be a square … dance!

You can’t bottle it up and plan to take it each day with your vitamins. You can’t find it in the neighborhood pharmacy, and a doctor isn’t going to prescribe it as a cure-all. However, more and more doctors are backing a type of therapy that can add years to the lives of senior citizens while making their quality of living that much better. Use the term “therapy” lightly, because square dancing is more about fun and being social, second only to the health benefits it offers.

Robert Pierce Upton Robert Pierce Upton

Robert Pierce Upton
May 31, 2010
SENECA, S.C. — Robert Pierce Upton, 88, of 236 Dickard Road, died Monday, May 31 at his residence.
Memorial services will be conducted at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 3 from Mountain Rest …

Purnell receives law degree from Wake Forest University Purnell receives law degree from Wake Forest University

Lindsay V. Purnell has received a Juris Doctor from the Wake Forest University School of Law.

Farm fresh dining a new treat at Upstate Farm Tour Farm fresh dining a new treat at Upstate Farm Tour

Visitors to the 4th Annual Upstate Farm Tour will not need to depend on the drive-thru for filling hungry bellies this year, as families travel the Upstate discovering local farms.

Pearly whites can be pricey… Pearly whites can be pricey…

Willie,
As a 73-year-old Christian woman who got “saved” 60 years ago, I’ve never tired of attending Sunday school and church because I’m awed by God’s love and the fact that I’m still learning. But I’m …

Tigers look to duplicate ’09 run Tigers look to duplicate ’09 run

Clemson baseball coach Jack Leggett knows experience always counts for something, and his Tigers are looking to reach down and rekindle some of the magic they mustered this time a year ago.

Tigers back in National Tournament field Tigers back in National Tournament field

If there were any doubts about the Clemson golf team’s chances of making a deep postseason run this year, those thoughts were quickly silenced at the NCAA Southeast Regional nearly two weeks ago.

Kornblut: Clemson, USC make the cut for massive O-lineman Kornblut: Clemson, USC make the cut for massive O-lineman

Offensive lineman Brandon Shell (6-7, 310) of Goose Creek last week reduced his list of nearly 30 offers down to a final five.

Clemson rowing finishes 15th at NCAAs Clemson rowing finishes 15th at NCAAs

The Clemson rowing team finished their 2009-10 season with a 15th-place finish as a team at the NCAA Rowing Championships on Lake Natoma in Sacramento, Calif.

Make your summer sweeter with honey Make your summer sweeter with honey

With summer in full swing, outdoor chefs are fine-tuning their grilling game and looking for creative twists on back­yard food favorites. But most cooks often overlook a classic pantry staple that’s a great secret ingredient and unlikely ally when entertaining outdoors: 100% pure honey.

VT ends Clemson’s title game hopes VT ends Clemson’s title game hopes

Call it bad timing, call it bad luck or call it something a bit harsher, the fact remains the Clemson baseball team lost its second straight game despite scoring eight runs against a team it swept during the regular season at the ACC Tournament on Friday.

Weather drowns out Post 124 home opener Weather drowns out Post 124 home opener

What started out as a beautiful day for baseball quickly turned into a monsoon during the fourth inning of Walhalla American Legion Post 124’s home opener.

Mauldin O-lineman commits to Tigers Mauldin O-lineman commits to Tigers

Longtime Clemson lean Ryan Norton (6-4, 275), an offensive lineman from Mauldin, formally committed to the Tigers on Friday night following his spring game.