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Clemson provost says fall enrollment numbers on target Clemson provost says fall enrollment numbers on target

While final enrollment numbers won’t be ready until the Clemson University Board of Trustees’ summer meeting, provost Bob Jones told the board’s educational policy committee this week goals for new students will likely be met.

Walhalla Police Department ready to establish K-9 unit Walhalla Police Department ready to establish K-9 unit

There will be a new addition to the Walhalla police force soon — a K-9 unit.

A tale of two marriages: Oconee theater offers dinner by Vangeli’s for latest show A tale of two marriages: Oconee theater offers dinner by Vangeli’s for latest show

Most 15-year-old girls have, at some point in their life, either said aloud to their mother or in their heads that they’ll never grow up to be like mom.

Your landlord doesn’t want to spend any money Your landlord doesn’t want to spend any money

Willie: By now even the most ardent fan of the current president realizes his scattershot approach to governance.

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Clemson announces more days for Abernathy project Clemson announces more days for Abernathy project

More workdays have been set for the boardwalk redecking project at the Larry W. Abernathy Waterfront Park in Clemson, and city officials hope volunteers who came out last month will participate along with new volunteers in an effort to improve the facility.

SLED visits Walhalla as police chief quits SLED visits Walhalla as police chief quits

Agents with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division were at the Walhalla Police Department on Tuesday — the same day Ronald Wilbanks resigned as the city’s police chief.

Walhalla man pleads guilty to obstruction in 2015 killing Walhalla man pleads guilty to obstruction in 2015 killing

Judge Scott Sprouse sentenced Andy Steve Cobb to up to six years under the Youthful Offender Act, suspended to two years probation.

Crime briefs: Police: Woman dumped drugs, bullets in patrol car Crime briefs: Police: Woman dumped drugs, bullets in patrol car

Amber Katlin Boylston, 23, of Kirk Drive, was arrested Monday and charged with giving false information to an officer, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and a second offense of distribution of methamphetamine.

Walhalla alum Norizsan set to lead Razorbacks Walhalla alum Norizsan set to lead Razorbacks

A familiar face is returning to the basketball head-coaching ranks of Oconee County.

Hundreds participate in Area 14 Special Olympics Hundreds participate in Area 14 Special Olympics

The track and field complex at Southern Wesleyan University was abuzz with activity Wednesday as more than 650 athletes from Anderson County took part in the annual Area 14 Special Olympics spring games.