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Administrator: Central sanitation budget deficit due primarily to repairs Administrator: Central sanitation budget deficit due primarily to repairs

Addressing concerns over a continued deficit in the town’s sanitation budget, Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe told council members Monday night that he doesn’t expect it to continue.

Warriors come up short at Liberty Warriors come up short at Liberty

It was a rough go on the gridiron for the West-Oak High School football team against Liberty coming out of halftime on Friday night.

Tigers prepare to face much-improved Louisville Tigers prepare to face much-improved Louisville

The Clemson Tigers scored 77 points against Louisville when the two teams met last season, and not on the basketball court.

Clemson Elementary students learn bike safety through special program Clemson Elementary students learn bike safety through special program

Approximately 260 Clemson Elementary students recently learned the rules of the road for bicyclists — including some who had never ridden a bike before the special training program.

Hold your nose if you have to Hold your nose if you have to

Editor: I continue to read with dismay the letters to the editor written by people whom you would think know better.

Annual Habitat build kicks off CU homecoming week Annual Habitat build kicks off CU homecoming week

Clemson University’s homecoming week is filled with traditions, but perhaps none more important than one that benefits families experiencing housing instability. 

Seneca bridge closed indefinitely Seneca bridge closed indefinitely

The Oconee County Roads and Bridges department issued a release announcing the bridge on Dyar Road, crossing the Norfolk Southern railroad line, will be closed indefinitely “pending a decision on repairs.” 

Salem biker dies hours after crash into tree Salem biker dies hours after crash into tree

Freddie Ray Goins was pronounced dead at 10:46 a.m. at Greenville Memorial Hospital’s intensive care unit.

Graham: ‘Radical Islam is not going to surrender’ Graham: ‘Radical Islam is not going to surrender’

While crediting President Donald Trump with Thursday’s agreed-upon cease-fire with Turkey and the Kurdish people in Syria, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said Friday more needs to be done to prevent groups like ISIS and al-Qaida from strengthening again.

Drought status heightened for Oconee, Pickens counties Drought status heightened for Oconee, Pickens counties

Climate officials across South Carolina have heightened the drought status of Oconee and Pickens counties after a Thursday committee meeting.

SUV hits Walhalla home SUV hits Walhalla home

No one was injured in a collision in which an SUV hit a house in Walhalla late Wednesday afternoon, damaging a garage attached to the home.

Tuskegee Airman still going strong at 94 Tuskegee Airman still going strong at 94

The Tuskegee Airmen are well renowned today as a group of African-American pilots who made a significant contribution to the United States victory in World War II.