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Razorbacks hold off West-Oak in penalty kicks Razorbacks hold off West-Oak in penalty kicks

WESTMINSTER — The Walhalla and West-Oak boys’ soccer teams went back and forth Tuesday night in a well-played game that went the distance, ending in penalty kicks.

Developer excited to get started on Lakeside Lodge Developer excited to get started on Lakeside Lodge

Oconee County Council’s vote Tuesday night on an ordinance providing $2 million in tax incentives to Lakeside Lodge brought an official end to efforts to stop the proposed annexation of the development property into the city of Clemson.

Tigers’ running backs help, push one another in practice Tigers’ running backs help, push one another in practice

CLEMSON — In a sense, it feels like ages ago when the Clemson football team came off the field in New Orleans following its loss to Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.

City eyes $890K in utility system upgrades City eyes $890K in utility system upgrades

The city of Seneca is facing a possible price tag of almost $900,000 to replace its load management generator control system.

High school roundup: Bobcats top West-Oak High school roundup: Bobcats top West-Oak

SENECA — The Seneca High School softball team scored twice across the first two innings en route to a 3-1 victory over West-Oak on Tuesday night.

Clemson briefs: Tigers fall to Georgia in North Augusta Clemson briefs: Tigers fall to Georgia in North Augusta

NORTH AUGUSTA — Tenth-ranked Georgia scored five runs in the third inning and held on for a 6-3 victory over No. 3 Clemson in the inaugural game at SRP Park on Tuesday night.

Chamber plans ribbon cutting for Seneca Hobby Lobby store Chamber plans ribbon cutting for Seneca Hobby Lobby store

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of Hobby Lobby in Seneca is scheduled for April 23 in the Applewood Shopping Center.

Twelve Mile Beach Park bridge completed Twelve Mile Beach Park bridge completed

Clemson city engineer Kent Guthrie told city council recently construction of a pedestrian bridge at Twelve Mile Beach Park “is done.”

Tips for shopping the 123 Yard Sale Tips for shopping the 123 Yard Sale

With the first-ever 123 Multi-Mile Yard Sale just days away, event organizer Carmen Kisner is offering a few tips to those who are new to the art of yard sale shopping.

Blue Ridge Bank to host shredding event Friday, April 27 Blue Ridge Bank to host shredding event Friday, April 27

Willie says: Do we live in a community where neighbors reach out to help neighbors? You betcha!

Hodge’s hat trick leads Bobcats past Crescent Hodge’s hat trick leads Bobcats past Crescent

SENECA — In its first game back after a spring break tournament in Myrtle Beach, the Seneca High School boys’ soccer team took care of business at home on Monday.

Tigers begin to set sights on spring game Tigers begin to set sights on spring game

CLEMSON — Donning pads for the final time prior to its annual spring game, the Clemson football team worked its way through a half scrimmage Monday afternoon.