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Barker to be sworn in tonight in Salem Barker to be sworn in tonight in Salem

After winning election to Salem’s vacant town council seat in January, Jimmy Barker is scheduled to be sworn in at tonight’s meeting.

Cookbook contest winner travels to Pigeon Forge Cookbook contest winner travels to Pigeon Forge

Agnes Carter still keeps a recipe box filled with her “tried and true recipes,” although she admits she sometimes looks for new recipes online.

District plans to add counselors District plans to add counselors

School District of Oconee County officials plan to add more mental health counselor positions in the future after meeting recently with officials from Anderson-Oconee-Pickens Mental Health Center (AOP).

Tigers’ Strider embracing road to recovery Tigers’ Strider embracing road to recovery

Before his first spring practice of his sophomore year could begin, Spencer Strider’s season was over.

Gamecocks close strong, top player visits Tigers Gamecocks close strong, top player visits Tigers

South Carolina made some noise on national signing day last week, adding two major targets to the class in defensive lineman Jaquaze Sorrells of Winter Park, Fla., and safety Jammie Robinson of Leesburg, Ga.

Are you volunteering yourself … ? Are you volunteering yourself … ?

Willie: This is Don, retired Air Force, living in Walhalla. I was reading your column about the individual inquiring about Tyndall.

Bobcats slam Indian Land, look for more Bobcats slam Indian Land, look for more

With three players scoring in double figures, the Seneca High School girls’ basketball team rolled to a 59-21 victory over Indian Land to open postseason play on Monday night.

I don’t really know what it is you’re asking I don’t really know what it is you’re asking

Willie: What’s the deal with the Department of Social Services?

Clemson president highlights recent academic successes Clemson president highlights recent academic successes

The Clemson football team’s recent national championship and other academic achievements continue to raise the university’s profile, according to Clemson president Jim Clements. 

South Cove hosting bass fishing tournament South Cove hosting bass fishing tournament

South Cove County Park in Seneca will see a big bump in visitors today as the host site for a Bass Fishing League tournament on Lake Keowee.

Bobcats ready to finish the job this season Bobcats ready to finish the job this season

SENECA — Individual honors are nothing new for Anne-Hamilton LeRoy, who’s piled up her fair share during her time with the Seneca High School girls’ basketball team.

Former Seneca pastor remembered for preaching the word, loving people Former Seneca pastor remembered for preaching the word, loving people

The Rev. Jim Stokes was larger than life, with a booming voice that commanded respect, humble attitude and sincere compassion for his congregation and community that made him a beloved figure to those with whom he came into contact.

Tigers look to even ACC record against Virginia Tech Tigers look to even ACC record against Virginia Tech

CLEMSON — In the midst of a three-game winning streak the likes of which hasn’t been seen in four decades, the Clemson men’s basketball team will look to extend its streak and even its record in conference play at home today against No. 11 Virginia Tech.

Clemson softball stadium construction underway Clemson softball stadium construction underway

CLEMSON — On Dec. 1, a fence was built and the site was cleared as construction began on a new stadium for the Clemson softball program, which will play its first game in February 2020.