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Communities thrive at your library Communities thrive at your library

National Library Week at OCPL, April 11-17

Students ‘jump’ at chance to help others Students ‘jump’ at chance to help others

Students at Clemson Elementary School jumped at the chance to fight heart disease and stroke and raised $3,520 during the weeklong event.

Club awards Miss Oktoberfest scholarship Club awards Miss Oktoberfest scholarship

Walhalla Junior Woman’s Club presents reigning Miss Oktoberfest Julianne Quarles of Seneca with a $1,000 scholarship to be used for post-secondary education.

Does anybody out there want to live in Willie’s world? Does anybody out there want to live in Willie’s world?

Willie,
I am outraged at Clemson University giving Coach Swinney over a $1 million dollar raise to coach football when some of our poor teachers and school workers don’t make $25,000. I think it’s a shame and disgrace that they did such a thing.

Lions are looking for litter Lions are looking for litter

Salem Lion George Blanchard stops to greet a motorist and discuss his presence on Rte. 130 early one morning.

Second-graders experience different culture Second-graders experience different culture

Japanese artist Yoshiko Moon demonstrates how to wear a kimono.

Salt Sense for deli lovers Salt Sense for deli lovers

Love the taste of deli meats and cheeses but wonder how it fits into a salt sensible lifestyle? The answer is, easily! Like much of the advice regarding the food we eat – from fats to sugars to salt – most nutrition experts will agree that the best approach to healthful eating is moderation.

Terrific Kids are on the march Terrific Kids are on the march

Orchard Park Elementary announces its Terrific Kids for March

Boyd given golden chances Boyd given golden chances

Tajh Boyd wants nothing more than to go out on the football field and prove that he’s the best. At this point, he’s not lacking for opportunities.

Hopkins’ bids goodbye to hardwood Hopkins’ bids goodbye to hardwood

DeAndre Hopkins never claimed a State title in football during the three years he played at Daniel High School. Twice, his team fell in the Upper State championship game, leaving Hopkins short of the hardware he desperately wanted.

Maness changes culture, relishes victory Maness changes culture, relishes victory

It’s usually about this time of year that Daniel High School boys’ basketball head coach Jeff Maness is thinking about the loss that ended his team’s season. Or, he’s thinking about how to correct what happened and trying to determine what the outlook is for next year’s team.

Walhalla runs past tired West-Oak Walhalla runs past tired West-Oak

On a cold, windy night, the Walhalla Razorbacks ran past a tired West-Oak Warrior team 4-0 in boys’ soccer Friday night at West-Oak High School. Playing in their fourth game in five days, the typically slow starting Warriors never found their stride in losing to their cross-county rivals.

Header gives Walhalla win over West-Oak Header gives Walhalla win over West-Oak

A fortuitous bounce and the quick head of Tessa Moxley was all the Walhalla High School girls’ soccer team needed to defeat West-Oak by final score of 1-0 on Friday night.

High school roundup: Bobcats take down mighty B-HP High school roundup: Bobcats take down mighty B-HP

Nick Mitchell hit his team-leading sixth home run of the season as the Seneca High School baseball team defeated defending State Champion Belton-Honea Path by a score of 6-3 on Friday ni