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Legendary musician marks birthday in Walhalla Legendary musician marks birthday in Walhalla

Legendary musician Dr. Ralph Stanley made a historic stop at the Walhalla Civic Auditorium Feb. 26 where he was feted the day after his 83rd birthday with a special cake and a standing ovation from a packed house.

Willie agrees – the older ya’ get, the more complicated finances seem Willie agrees – the older ya’ get, the more complicated finances seem

Willie,
I was reading your Willie article and telling my husband that the same thing happened to my mother.

Mefleh flag essay takes prize Mefleh flag essay takes prize

Ahmed Mefleh, West-Oak High School ninth-grader, presented his award-winning essay “The United States Flag” to the Wizard of Tamassee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at its Feb. 16 meeting.

Time to digest some knowledge about Crohn’s Disease Time to digest some knowledge about Crohn’s Disease

If you’ve gone through the pain of being diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease, you know it’s nothing to take lightly.

Green laying the groundwork at Seneca Green laying the groundwork at Seneca

Even on crutches, there’s no keeping Wayne Green down when it comes to talking football.

Two Warriors, one Razorback win State Two Warriors, one Razorback win State

Three senior area wrestlers walked into Rock Hill High School over the weekend as favorites to capture the state title in their respective weight classes, and each one of them lived up to the billing.

Kornblut: Clemson DB commit back on the market Kornblut: Clemson DB commit back on the market

One of Clemson’s early commitments for the 2011 class backed off that pledge Saturday, as defensive back Cortez Davis (6-5, 180) of Daytona Beach, Fla., attended Florida State’s junior day and left there open once again with his recruiting.

Tigers’ Booker, Potter look to finish strong Tigers’ Booker, Potter look to finish strong

With any luck, Trevor Booker won’t take the floor of Littlejohn Coliseum again after tonight against Georgia Tech.

OCA repeats as JV state champs OCA repeats as JV state champs

The Oconee Christian Academy junior varsity boys’ basketball team (20-1) took home its second straight SCACS JV State Basketball Tournament championship over the weekend.

Clemson’s Hardy named second-team All-ACC Clemson’s Hardy named second-team All-ACC

Clemson senior Lele Hardy was among 15 players named to the 2010 All-ACC Women’s Basketball team on Monday by the ACC. Hardy was named to the second-team after earning third-team honors last season.

Tigers stay perfect, jump to No. 13 Tigers stay perfect, jump to No. 13

After running its win streak to six to open the season with a three-game home sweep of Wright State over the weekend, the Clemson baseball team rose two spots to No. 13 in Monday’s Baseball America poll.

Clemson women take ACC indoor title Clemson women take ACC indoor title

Clemson captured the school’s second-ever ACC indoor championship for women’s track & field on Saturday by blowing away the competition.

High school roundup: Razorbacks take down Lions High school roundup: Razorbacks take down Lions

The Walhalla High School baseball team didn’t allow any earned runs on Monday night en route to a 7-4 victory over Daniel.

Lady Tigers to meet NC State in ACC tourney opener Lady Tigers to meet NC State in ACC tourney opener

The Clemson women’s basketball team will square off with N.C. State in the first round of the ACC Tournament on Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Greensboro Coliseum. The Atlantic Coast Conference made the announcement after the conclusion of Sunday’s games.