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Bobcats top Crescent, eye shot at region crown
October 20, 2018 – 1:41 am
Bobcats top Crescent, eye shot at region crown

It was a tale of two halves Friday night for the Seneca High School football team, as a mistake-riddled second half marred a brilliant first half from running back Jeremiah Mackey against Crescent at Tom Bass Field.

Warriors fall just short against Powdersville
October 20, 2018 – 1:39 am
Warriors fall just short against Powdersville

Emotions were high, and some tears were even visible on the faces of a few West-Oak High School football players Friday night as first-year Warriors coach Tim Carson addressed his team after the game.

Lions top Pickens, eye region championship
October 20, 2018 – 1:38 am
Lions top Pickens, eye region championship

The Daniel High School football team entered Friday’s matchup at Pickens firing on all cylinders. However, the Blue Flame, who played spoiler to Walhalla just two weeks earlier, gashed the Lions and entered the second quarter driving once more.

Razorbacks defeat Palmetto with run attack, solid defense
October 20, 2018 – 1:36 am
Razorbacks defeat Palmetto with run attack, solid defense

It was easy to see the difference Zaire Scotland makes for the Walhalla High School football team on Friday night.

Outdoors: Venison-free fall hunting opportunities
October 20, 2018 – 1:35 am
Outdoors: Venison-free fall hunting opportunities

With October in full swing, most hunting talk is centered around whitetail deer. After all, deer hunting is the second largest attraction in the outdoor sports arena in the Upstate, trailing only fishing as the region’s favorite outdoor pastime.

Unbeaten Clemson, NC State square off today
October 20, 2018 – 1:29 am
Unbeaten Clemson, NC State square off today

It takes a lot for Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney to break character and speak to the magnitude of any one game — at least when a championship isn’t on the line.

Think, Oconee
October 20, 2018 – 12:52 am
Think, Oconee

Editor: Friends and neighbors, it’s time to “Think, Oconee!” 

Meeting set Tuesday for input on county’s 2020 comprehensive plan
October 20, 2018 – 12:37 am
Meeting set Tuesday for input on county’s 2020 comprehensive plan

The Oconee County Planning Commission will sit down with a planning firm and the public next week to discuss the county’s 2020 comprehensive plan.

Booth: Partnerships key to Tech’s success
October 20, 2018 – 12:34 am
Booth: Partnerships key to Tech’s success

Tri-County Technical College held its annual Report to the People Luncheon Thursday, and for president Ronnie Booth, it marked his final time attending the event in the role in which he has served for nearly 16 years.

Walhalla approves sewer system study 
October 20, 2018 – 12:32 am
Walhalla approves sewer system study 

Walhalla officials took the first step this week toward addressing needed repairs to the Cane Creek sewer basin. 

Clemson man inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame
October 20, 2018 – 12:30 am
Clemson man inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame

Clemson University professor emeritus Romando James was among 15 people from throughout the nation honored Friday for lifetime contributions and achievements during induction into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.

Crossing guard killed by train on first day on job
October 20, 2018 – 12:29 am
Crossing guard killed by train on first day on job

A 28-year-old man hired as a railroad crossing attendant on a private roadway leading to a construction site was struck and killed by a train on his first day at the job.

Clemson to ask county for help with road safety projects
October 20, 2018 – 12:29 am
Clemson to ask county for help with road safety projects

The city of Clemson is planning to approach the Pickens County C Fund for $1.6 million in funding for a pair of street projects.

Utilities workers look for help with blocked meters
October 20, 2018 – 12:28 am
Utilities workers look for help with blocked meters

More than 7,000 utilities accounts are read monthly by Clemson officials, a sizable task in itself, but one made even more difficult by the number of obstructed or “hidden” meters throughout the city.