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Editor: The storms that hit our area Sunday did extensive damage across the Southeast region of the United States, resulting in death and destruction.

Tigers’ Henry made most of redshirt year Tigers’ Henry made most of redshirt year

CLEMSON — Following the departure of the winningest senior class in ACC history — which tied for the nation’s winningest class of all time as well — the Clemson Tigers have turned their focus to the future.

Graham, Duncan voice support for Trump, slam Democrats at annual Oconee GOP convention Graham, Duncan voice support for Trump, slam Democrats at annual Oconee GOP convention

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan told Oconee County Republicans on Saturday President Donald Trump deserves a second term in the White House. 

New Clemson electric buses under repair New Clemson electric buses under repair

Half of the 10 new Clemson Area Transit electric buses set to serve the Clemson area have been sent back to Proterra, where they are undergoing repairs after issues were discovered during the testing phase.

Police: Man sexually assaulted 4-year-old girl Police: Man sexually assaulted 4-year-old girl

Dustin Stuart Reif, of Peek Lane, is charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor, failure to stop for blue lights and disregarding a stop sign.

High school roundup: Razorbacks fall in Easley tourney High school roundup: Razorbacks fall in Easley tourney

EASLEY — The Eastside High School baseball team broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the top of the seventh inning Monday to down Walhalla by a final score of 7-2 in the Anchor Bat Easter Invitational in Easley.

Nice lot. Trashy trailers. Not a good match! Nice lot. Trashy trailers. Not a good match!

Willie: Why are they parking those old, used trailers on that nice lot where they used to have the Heritage Fair?

Clemson briefs: Tigers look to get back on track at Georgia Clemson briefs: Tigers look to get back on track at Georgia

After a rough weekend, the Clemson baseball team will step out of conference play tonight for a challenging midweek contest at Georgia.

Clemson public hearing set for proposed amendment on bed and breakfast inns Clemson public hearing set for proposed amendment on bed and breakfast inns

A proposed text amendment for an added use of bed and breakfast inns that would offer more non-traditional events in the city of Clemson is scheduled to be the topic of a public hearing next month.

Westminster could charge more for services Westminster could charge more for services

Westminster City Council agreed raising garbage collection rates by more than $2 per month could be a route to help balance the city’s general and utility fund budgets for the upcoming fiscal year.

E911 changes give first responders more information  E911 changes give first responders more information 

Improvements to Pickens County’s E911 system have made the system more efficient and allowed dispatchers to provide first responders with needed information before they arrive on a scene, according to county staff. 

It just depends on where you’re standing … It just depends on where you’re standing …

Willie: What frightens, astonishes, disgusts the majority of Americans and the civilized world is all Trump supporters who so easily ignore, hence accept, all his lies, blatant corruption, fake religiosity and allegiance to tyrannical world leaders.

Nonprofits receive $110K for children’s well-being Nonprofits receive $110K for children’s well-being

April marks National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and three organizations in Oconee County announced a coalition Friday to improve children’s well-being countywide. 

Hundreds participate in annual Special Olympics Hundreds participate in annual Special Olympics

Area 13 Special Olympics organizer Dianne Russom had her typically hectic Spring Games — making sure schools lined up for the parade of athletes, getting volunteers to assigned stations and having opening ceremonies go off as smooth as possible.