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Lions fall short of region crown against Wren Lions fall short of region crown against Wren

POWDERSVILLE — The game plan was solid, but the execution just wasn’t there when it mattered most for the Daniel High School girls’ basketball team Friday night.

Police: Felon had gun, drugs in car Police: Felon had gun, drugs in car

Carey Joe Tollison, of Green Acres Road, is charged with distribution of meth, possession of a firearm by a felon and violation of parole.

Architects of Clemson offense hit $1M salary Architects of Clemson offense hit $1M salary

After a second national championship in three years, it came as little surprise when the Clemson football team’s assistant coaches received pay bumps during the quarterly meeting of the school’s board of trustees Friday.

Hundreds attend Black History Month luncheon Hundreds attend Black History Month luncheon

On a sunny Friday morning, hundreds gathered in the Seneca River Family Life Institute gym to celebrate Black History Month.

County council wants seat on sewer authority board County council wants seat on sewer authority board

Oconee County Council wants a seat on the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority Board of Commissioners as a contingency for approval of an agreement in which the county would turn over control of about $9 million worth of Sewer South lines and equipment to the sewer authority.

Journal seeing circulation growth Journal seeing circulation growth

The Journal reported its highest number of new subscriptions in January for any one-month period in the past four years.

I don’t know about your Pappy’s cows … I don’t know about your Pappy’s cows …

Willie: I want to share some background information about myself.

Wren too much for Razorbacks in regular-season finale Wren too much for Razorbacks in regular-season finale

WALHALLA — There’s a reason why the Wren High School boys’ basketball team finished Region I-4A play as unbeaten champions, and unfortunately for Walhalla, it was on the receiving end of the Hurricanes’ offensive onslaught on Thursday night.

Signing day particularly sweet for Swords family Signing day particularly sweet for Swords family

CENTRAL — National signing day was a balancing act for Daniel High School’s Andy Swords on Wednesday, and he didn’t get out of it without shedding a few tears along the way.

Disco, dinner and a comedic mystery Disco, dinner and a comedic mystery

Dr. Disco has an evil plan, and it’s one that goes far beyond the dance floor. 

Razorbacks fall just short against Wren Razorbacks fall just short against Wren

WALHALLA — The Walhalla High School girls’ basketball team fought back from an 11-point third-quarter deficit Thursday against Wren to have a chance to send the game to overtime, but the Razorbacks fell just short in their regular-season finale.

Clemson briefs: Tigers’ Davidson named to Golden Spikes watch list Clemson briefs: Tigers’ Davidson named to Golden Spikes watch list

CLEMSON — Clemson shortstop Logan Davidson was one of 55 players named to the Golden Spikes Award preseason watch list on Thursday.

Collier leads Tigers past Wake Forest Collier leads Tigers past Wake Forest

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Clemson women’s basketball team tallied an emphatic 69-53 road victory over Wake Forest on Thursday night.

Officials: Taxpayers bear opioid cost Officials: Taxpayers bear opioid cost

Pickens County officials hope a lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturers will enable the county to recoup some of the costs it has incurred as a result of the opioid epidemic.