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Clemson briefs: Beer’s bomb helps carry Tigers past Furman Clemson briefs: Beer’s bomb helps carry Tigers past Furman

Seth Beer went 3-for-3 with a grand slam and five RBI to lead Clemson to a 10-5 victory over Furman on Tuesday night at Fluor Field.

Two arrested in large-scale meth operation Two arrested in large-scale meth operation

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office made two additional arrests Monday in its Operation Avalanche drug sweep.

‘Selling customer service’ — Bob Hill Realty ‘Selling customer service’ — Bob Hill Realty

A business that began in a Toccoa, Ga., garage continues to grow. Bob Hill Realty continues to serve the needs of its customers.

BRAC to host artists’ workshop BRAC to host artists’ workshop

The Blue Ridge Arts Center in Seneca is hosting an Afternoon with an Artist on Wednesday with printmaker and ceramic artist Wendy Converse.

Stop the presses!! You just made a huge mistake! Stop the presses!! You just made a huge mistake!

Willie: In a recent edition of The Journal there was an article about Hope Ciara Stone being arrested for having a gun at Hamilton Career Center.

Tigers’ Smith learned from O’Daniel’s patience Tigers’ Smith learned from O’Daniel’s patience

When Shaq Smith came to Clemson as a five-star recruit, rated as one of the top 10 high school players in the country, he brought with him a lot of expectations.

City attorney retires after three decades City attorney retires after three decades

Seneca city attorney Mike Smith was sitting in court with his client, city administrator Greg Dietterick, about 20 years ago as a judge chewed Dietterick out and threatened him with contempt of court, fines and even jail time.

New events center planned for Central  New events center planned for Central 

Pickens County planning commissioners have approved a businessman’s plans for an event center on Pike Road in Central, provided certain conditions are met.

It’s time to come together It’s time to come together

On June 16, 1858, a candidate for the United States Senate representing Illinois quoted scripture from the Bible as he told Illinois Republican delegates at their state convention his concerns about the slavery issue dividing the United States. At that time, our nation was less than 100 years old.

Senate bill a tool for counties to address ‘dangerous’ properties Senate bill a tool for counties to address ‘dangerous’ properties

A bill in the South Carolina Senate could aid Oconee County and local municipalities in addressing public nuisance properties by shifting cleanup costs to property owners.

Officials: School safety incidents on the decline Officials: School safety incidents on the decline

Oconee County school officials and law enforcement said Thursday that while there have been a few student incidents that needed to be addressed, things have overall been much quieter recently than in the immediate aftermath of the February shootings at a Florida high school.