The relationship between the city of Clemson and Clemson University weighed heavily on the minds of city residents attending the sixth and final installment in a series of community meetings, held last week at the Ernie Corley Center at Clemson Downs.
When he took the reins as executive director for Clemson Downs 12 years ago, John LeHeup said he wanted to appreciate the past and present while looking to the future, especially when it came to being on the cutting edge of technology.
Sharing a few laughs and some football knowledge along the way, Jarvis Jenkins, Shaq Lawson and DeShawn Williams yet again returned home over the weekend to mix it up with some of the younger members of their community.
Longtime Florida State fan Sage Ennis (6-4, 225), a tight end from Tallahassee, Fla., camped at Clemson earlier this month and earned an offer from the Tigers, changing his entire approach to his recruiting.
As summertime heat and recreational boat traffic make the daylight hours less than hospitable to the serious angler, many turn nocturnal in pursuit of crappie, stripers, catfish and other fish that readily bite after hours.
Heightened security measures and construction of a new sport’s stadium at Clemson University are set to take away around 100 total parking and tailgating spots for the upcoming football season, according to a university official.
About 35 “warriors” who have served in military combat deployments through the Marines, Air Force, Army and Navy are scheduled to arrive in Oconee County on Monday for a few days of rest and relaxation in appreciation for their service to their country.