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Baptist brotherhood president remembers the night King died Baptist brotherhood president remembers the night King died

Henry Jenkins Jr. remembers where he was when he learned the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated.

Clemson briefs: Tigers return to action tonight at Florida State Clemson briefs: Tigers return to action tonight at Florida State

Six days removed from its most recent action, the Clemson men’s basketball team will return to the court tonight when it travels to face Florida State in Tallahassee, Fla.

Public safety on county council radar Public safety on county council radar

Following a Law Enforcement, Public Safety, Health and Welfare Committee meeting at 4 p.m., Oconee County Council will convene at 6 p.m. tonight with two public safety items on its agenda.

Collins’ bill would eliminate LIFE, HOPE scholarships, assist teachers Collins’ bill would eliminate LIFE, HOPE scholarships, assist teachers

State Rep. Neal Collins is cosponsoring a bill that, if passed, would use lottery funds for helping teachers, instead of funding HOPE and LIFE scholarships. 

Police: Pickens County teen shot to death Police: Pickens County teen shot to death

Pickens County Deputy Coroner Gary Duncan identified the victim as 16-year-old Robert Tyler Butler of Dayton Drive. 

Sheriff’s Office investigating after body found in Easley Sheriff’s Office investigating after body found in Easley

The Journal Staff
EASLEY — The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office and the South Carolina Highway Patrol are investigating after a man’s body was found in Easley Saturday afternoon.
According to a release from Chief Deputy Creed Hashe, …

Westminster boil advisory lifted Westminster boil advisory lifted

A boil-water advisory has been lifted for Westminster water system customers after a second set of water samples taken from the water system on Thursday indicated “the system is now safe to use for drinking and cooking purposes,” according to officials.

Council members concerned about effects of closures Council members concerned about effects of closures

The three newly elected Clemson City Council members said this week they want to see something done to alleviate the problems road closures are causing for businesses along S.C. Highway 93 from Palmetto’s Smokehouse to the Esso Club.