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Deputies investigating possible kidnapping Deputies investigating possible kidnapping

By Justin Lee Campbell
The Journal
OCONEE COUNTY — Officials are investigating an alleged kidnapping or carjacking that Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw said happened Sunday in Pickens County before a vehicle involved in the crime was …

Quarterbacks, defense highlight Tigers’ spring game Quarterbacks, defense highlight Tigers’ spring game

CLEMSON — There were fireworks early in Clemson’s spring game on Saturday afternoon, likely a preview of what’s to come for the Tigers this fall.

‘Good teachers don’t teach for the income …’ ‘Good teachers don’t teach for the income …’

Willie: The teacher that called in about all the days she never has a break and all this stuff.

Study looks at mass transit options Study looks at mass transit options

Clemson officials recently sat in on a presentation regarding a feasibility study to examine potential use of automated transit networks and aerial trams as options to alleviate congestion in the Clemson area near Highpoint.

Superintendent talks to chamber Superintendent talks to chamber

School District of Pickens County superintendent Danny Merck told members of the Clemson Area Chamber of Commerce during their recent quarterly luncheon he considers the school district to be a partner with business and industry in the county.

Shining through art Shining through art

Ravenel’s ‘Artists on the Green’ celebrates 25 years

‘Bouncing back’ ‘Bouncing back’

Peg Myers pitched employment at a fiber optic and copper assembly company to job seekers Friday at S.C. Works in Clemson.

A plausible use for Kellett A plausible use for Kellett

In the fall of 2013, residents near the former Kellett School building in Seneca reacted angrily and passionately to news that Seneca Light and Water was making plans to move its operation to the school building — and to the quiet residential neighborhood around it

Bob Campbell Geology Museum reopens Bob Campbell Geology Museum reopens

The Bob Campbell Geology Museum at the S.C. Botanical Garden is open again, several months after a leak caused a portion of the museum’s ceiling to collapse.

Hurricanes top Clemson in extra innings Hurricanes top Clemson in extra innings

CLEMSON — Miami overcame an eight-run deficit entering the ninth inning to tie the game, and Freddy Zamora hit a run-scoring single in the 12th inning in the Hurricanes’ 12-11 win over third-ranked Clemson on Friday night at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

City moves on short-term rental regulations City moves on short-term rental regulations

An ordinance regulating short-term rental properties in Seneca cleared its first hurdle when Seneca City Council unanimously approved first reading Tuesday.

Seneca man arrested for burglary Seneca man arrested for burglary

A Seneca man was arrested Thursday by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office on a warrant for first-degree burglary and a number of other warrants issued by the Seneca Police Department in February.