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Lions squeak by Travelers Rest in opener Lions squeak by Travelers Rest in opener

All the Daniel High School softball team needed Wednesday was a two-run spurt in the first inning to guide it to victory in its playoff opener against Travelers Rest.

State party honors Oconee Democrats State party honors Oconee Democrats

The Oconee County Democratic Party won the 2018 County Party of the Year Award at the S.C. Democratic Party annual convention Saturday, while chairwoman Paulette Keffas-Chassin received the 2018 Chair’s Award.

Woman charged with selling meth Woman charged with selling meth

A Seneca woman was arrested Tuesday as a result of an undercover operation in which police allege she sold methamphetamine to a confidential informant.

Oconee school board OKs new administrative hires Oconee school board OKs new administrative hires

Barring anything unforeseen, the School District of Oconee County has filled its last two open principal positions and an assistant principal position for 2018-19.

Clemson president highlights recent university accomplishments Clemson president highlights recent university accomplishments

Clemson University has been recognized recently for several of its programs, as well as employee satisfaction.

Westminster Street Fest kicks off tonight Westminster Street Fest kicks off tonight

Despite a rainy kickoff forecast, the organizers of the first-ever Westminster Street Fest are optimistic for a fun weekend that will showcase local talent, business and the spirit of the city.

First Stumphouse Music Festival a hit First Stumphouse Music Festival a hit

The inaugural Stumphouse Music Festival was a success, and organizers are already looking ahead to next year.

School district to replace longtime driving program School district to replace longtime driving program

Alive at 25, the longtime safe driving skills class Oconee County high school students are required to take before being allowed to park on school grounds, will soon be replaced with the Drive Smart program.

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I predict the anger will spread until the injustices are made right I predict the anger will spread until the injustices are made right

Willie: In Tuesday’s edition, you answered a letter with information I presented during a previous council meeting.

Tigers blow by Presbyterian Tigers blow by Presbyterian

The Clemson baseball team set a season high for runs in its 14-4 win over Presbyterian College on Wednesday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.