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Tigers win fourth straight, top Georgia Tech Tigers win fourth straight, top Georgia Tech

CLEMSON — Returning home after a successful two-game road trip, the Clemson women’s basketball team extended its winning streak to four games with a 71-61 victory over Georgia Tech on Thursday at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Interesting tidbits from Clemson’s national championship win Interesting tidbits from Clemson’s national championship win

There is only one Tim Bourret — the retired sports information director at Clemson — and I would never even attempt to paint myself in the same light. But there is one thing we do share, and that’s a love of statistics and interesting facts.

Whitehurst focusing on budget, roads this year Whitehurst focusing on budget, roads this year

The county budget, roads and fire service are among Pickens County Councilman Trey Whitehurst’s priorities for this year. 

Clary: State DOT officials looking at alternatives for Clemson median Clary: State DOT officials looking  at alternatives for Clemson median

State Rep. Gary Clary said Thursday that South Carolina Department of Transportation officials are looking at alternatives that don’t involve a concrete median to curb traffic accidents on Tiger Boulevard.

Council, planning commission talk county comp plan Council, planning commission talk county comp plan

Members of the Oconee County Council met with the planning commission and Alta Planning and Design representatives Thursday night to make sure everyone is on the same page with the rewriting of the county’s comprehensive plan.

Southern Wesleyan special-needs housing project showing signs of progress Southern Wesleyan special-needs housing project showing signs of progress

The Jericho Project, a housing project at Southern Wesleyan University designed to serve those with special-needs and student mentors, is showing visible signs of progress.

Walhalla council approves change to zoning rules Walhalla council approves change to zoning rules

A newly approved amendment to Walhalla’s zoning ordinance allows the city’s zoning official to look at lot sizes before they are recorded with the register of deeds to make sure lots are in compliance with the ordinance.

University official says growth rate ‘not outrageous’ University official says growth rate ‘not outrageous’

Clemson University director of planning and design Gerald VanderMey said the university is growing at a normal rate and he doesn’t envision a time when it will evolve into a mega campus.