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Teacher: Osborne a ‘very good student’ Teacher: Osborne a ‘very good student’

Greenville County Schools juvenile detention center teacher Chrissy Cato testified at Tuesday’s sentencing hearing that convicted school shooter Jesse Osborne was a “very good student” who made the honor roll during their time together.  

Tigers’ Etienne continues to chase history Tigers’ Etienne continues to chase history

CLEMSON — With each passing week, Travis Etienne is rewriting the record books of Clemson football.

Osborne back in court — Testimony: School shooter charged with attempted escape last month Osborne back in court — Testimony: School shooter charged with attempted escape last month

Less than a month before the start of the hearing that will determine if he spends the rest of his life in prison, convicted Townville Elementary School shooter Jesse Osborne was charged with an attempted escape from his Anderson County jail cell.

Local financial planner’s assets seized in federal case Local financial planner’s assets seized in federal case

J. Chris Dixon, co-founder of Black Harbor Wealth Management, had more than $258,000 in monetary assets seized — along with a 2014 Maserati and a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado — in June, according to federal court filings.

Clemson women’s hoops falls to Alabama Clemson women’s hoops falls to Alabama

CLEMSON — The Clemson women’s basketball team fell to 1-2 on the young season Tuesday night with a 67-54 loss to Alabama at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Safe Harbor accepting holiday donations Safe Harbor accepting holiday donations

For a few days in December, Safe Harbor sets up locations to accept holiday gifts for the women and children using the domestic abuse shelter through Christmas.

Disc golf booming in Oconee County Disc golf booming in Oconee County

WALHALLA — About five years ago, Drew Durham was taking part in a baseball tournament in Charleston that didn’t go so well — his team was knocked out on the opening day.

Walhalla High JROTC joins fight against world hunger Walhalla High JROTC joins fight against world hunger

The Walhalla High School JROTC Battalion recently raised money and packaged food items to help fight hunger as part of this year’s service learning project.