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Walls work, socialism does not Walls work, socialism does not

Editor: I watched President Donald Trump recently as he spoke of securing the southern border. He recommended building more of the wall.

Rain slows new career center site work Rain slows new career center site work

Construction of the new Fred P. Hamilton Career and Technology Center is less than two months away, while long-awaited renovations to Walhalla Elementary School and West-Oak High School have been completed, according to School District of Oconee County associate superintendent of administration Steve Hanvey.

Tigers hope to turn fortunes around soon Tigers hope to turn fortunes around soon

Facing a difficult frontloaded schedule, it’s been a rough start to conference play for the Clemson men’s basketball team.

Grants administrator ‘fired’ by Oconee County Grants administrator ‘fired’ by Oconee County

Oconee County is now without a grants administrator as Sharon DeRidder’s employment was terminated Thursday afternoon.

Good luck to your friend Good luck to your friend

Willie: I’m sitting here wondering if the senators are getting their paychecks.

High school roundup: Warriors roll to road victories High school roundup: Warriors roll to road victories

The West-Oak High School wrestling team closed out region competition with an unblemished record Thursday night with a 66-12 win at Liberty.

Southern comedy opens tonight at CLT Southern comedy opens tonight at CLT

With nine people in and out of one residence in Texas’ smallest trailer park, the laughs are nearly non-stop at Clemson Little Theatre’s latest production.

The year for education reform: Teacher pay, SROs priorities The year for education reform: Teacher pay, SROs priorities

Calls for improvements in education were one of the recurring themes at the annual Oconee County Legislative Delegation meeting on Thursday at the Walhalla Performing Arts Center.