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Clemson gains pledge from defensive back Clemson gains pledge from defensive back

Highly recruited defensive back Sheridan Jones (6-1, 165) of Virginia Beach, Va., announced a commitment to Clemson on Friday night.

County tax hike likely County tax hike likely

While the $46 million budget presented to Oconee County Council earlier this week is currently balanced without a tax increase, council requests for nearly $3 million in additional projects that are not yet in that budget would likely require a tax increase to fund them.

Fire claims 4 dogs Fire claims 4 dogs

A fire that is believed to have started from an electrical source outside a home before spreading inside took the lives of four dogs Friday morning in the Crossroads community.

House committee OKs medical marijuana bill House committee OKs medical marijuana bill

A bill legalizing medical marijuana passed a state House committee Thursday and is on its way to the floor of the full state House of Representatives.

Residents to help clean up SC 11 Residents to help clean up SC 11

Oconee County residents have a chance to pitch in and clean up a stretch of S.C. Highway 11 this morning.

Clemson briefs: Tigers rally to beat Wake Forest Clemson briefs: Tigers rally to beat Wake Forest

Logan Davidson hit a solo home run in the eighth inning to break a tie and lift the Clemson baseball team to a series-opening 7-5 victory at Wake Forest on Friday night.

Mill owner had big plans for Keowee — Part 2 of 2 Mill owner had big plans for Keowee — Part 2 of 2

By the early 1900s, it finally appeared that better days were coming for the former farming folk.

Walhalla Farmers Market to hold vendor interest meeting Walhalla Farmers Market to hold vendor interest meeting

A meeting for those interested in being a vendor at the Walhalla Farmers Market this year is scheduled for 6 p.m. May 8 at the Walhalla Performing Arts Center.

Group shows support for sexual assault survivors Group shows support for sexual assault survivors

Local men endured some temporary discomfort Thursday evening in an effort to raise awareness about a serious cause.

Talks between Seneca, Pioneer continue Talks between Seneca, Pioneer continue

Negotiations over a new water contract between the city of Seneca and Pioneer Rural Water District will continue after Seneca City Council voted Thursday to send a counter offer to Pioneer.

Anyone else shaking their head in disbelief? Anyone else shaking their head in disbelief?

Willie: The S.C. Legislature is considering a secession bill!