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Wine bar coming to Walhalla Wine bar coming to Walhalla

Faith Cooper and Lisa Wessendorf hope their business, Partners in Wine, gives Walhalla residents a place to relax after work, a concert or a day spent mountain biking or hiking.  

Clemson prepares for latest Dixie Youth Baseball tourney Clemson prepares for latest Dixie Youth Baseball tourney

CLEMSON — For the fifth time in its history, and the first time in three years, Clemson will play host to a Dixie Youth Baseball tournament — this time a machine-pitch event for 7- and 8-year-olds.

Man found in Lake Keowee Man found in Lake Keowee

A 21-year-old Greenville man was recovered from Lake Keowee early Wednesday evening after Oconee County emergency responders were alerted to a drowning near Fall Creek Landing.

Westminster PD receives Narcan, training Westminster PD receives Narcan, training

The officers of the Westminster Police Department have an extra tool in their belt for saving lives after receiving Narcan spray after a June 21 training.

Going out! Going out!

Use our calendar to make your weekend plans.

Have a safe and happy holiday, and God bless America! Have a safe and happy holiday, and God bless America!

Willie says: The older I get, the more Fourth of July memories I have to relish.

Tribble Center holds annual parade to kick off Fourth of July fun Tribble Center holds annual parade to kick off Fourth of July fun

For the past 10 years, the Tribble Center has kicked off its Fourth of July celebration on July 3 with a parade in front of its South Cove Road location, and this year was no different.

Lawson faces crucial training camp with Bills Lawson faces crucial training camp with Bills

It’s not a secret, and there’s no sugarcoating it. In the kindest terms, Shaq Lawson knows it’s now or never if he wants to stay with the Buffalo Bills.

Official: Storms last week left ‘wide path of destruction’ Official: Storms last week left ‘wide path of destruction’

Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative spokesman Terry Ballenger said last week’s spate of storm-related outages “were quite unusual.”

Making America great again? Making America great again?

Editor: On behalf of the 4th, I want to make this statement.

Clemson representatives fare well in pageants Clemson representatives fare well in pageants

Miss Clemson and Miss Clemson Teen fared well in the Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen pageants in Columbia over the weekend.

West Union getting community center West Union getting community center

Mayor Linda Oliver said council met last week and voted to purchase the property at 1210 W. Main St. for $25,000.