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Greenville tops Daniel in region clash Greenville tops Daniel in region clash

CENTRAL — The Daniel boys basketball team fought back hard in the second half against visiting Greenville on Friday night, but couldn’t overcome a slow start and fell to the Red Raiders, 62-48.

Seneca blisters Pendleton to stay perfect in region Seneca blisters Pendleton to stay perfect in region

SENECA — Until Friday night there might have still been some debate over who the best team in Western 3A was. The Seneca Bobcats put that conversation on ice with an electric performance in a 77-45 victory over the Pendleton Bulldogs.

With hopes and fears, a divided America watches With hopes and fears, a divided America watches

In living rooms, cafes and offices, people across America watched Donald Trump become the nation’s 45th president on Friday, with many eagerly anticipating the historic transition and others deeply fearing it.

Clemson commemorative rock on display Clemson commemorative rock on display

— A 7-ton rock commemorating Clemson football’s national championship that is being donated to Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney is now on display in Clemson.

Officials hear glowing reviews for championship viewing party Officials hear glowing reviews for championship viewing party

Clemson city officials said earlier this week they have received nothing but positive reports in the wake of the downtown viewing party for the national championship football game between Clemson and Alabama nearly two weeks ago.

Walhalla council recognizes local cheerleading squad Walhalla council recognizes local cheerleading squad

Walhalla City Council recognized local cheerleaders for their recent achievements at a cheer competition during council’s meeting on Tuesday.

Trial planned for man charged in deadly wreck Trial planned for man charged in deadly wreck

Judge D. Garrison Hill will preside over the trial of Liberty resident Timothy Adam Hester, who faces charges of felony DUI resulting in death, habitual traffic offender causing death and driving under suspension in connection with the 2015 wreck that killed 23-year-old Alanah Holcombe.

3 arrested after search warrant executed 3 arrested after search warrant executed

Three people were arrested Thursday after the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at an address in the Cheohee Valley area of Oconee County.

Bridge installation for Tottie’s Place in the works Bridge installation for Tottie’s Place in the works

Clemson city horticulturist Tony Tidwell said recently that April 10 is the deadline for installing the north bridge at Tottie’s Place. However, he anticipates it will be completed even earlier.

Pioneer general manager clarifies rate increases Pioneer general manager clarifies rate increases

Pioneer Rural Water District general manager Terry Pruitt clarified the expected figures for water bill increases as a result of Pioneer’s new water plant on Friday.

SC congressmen looking forward to administration SC congressmen looking forward to administration

Third Congressional District U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan and U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham responded Friday to the inauguration of President Donald Trump with eyes to the future.

It’s never too late to say ‘thank you’! It’s never too late to say ‘thank you’!

Willie, Given the deluge of tweets from Trump, I just need to comment.

‘Firewise’ meeting to be held at Devils Fork State Park ‘Firewise’ meeting to be held at Devils Fork State Park

Friends of Jocassee, a nonprofit group, will host a “Firewise” meeting at 2 p.m. Feb. 7 in the Holcombe Room at Devils Fork State Park to help community members learn to protect their homes from wildfires.

City accepting nominations for 2017 Abernathy-Cox One Clemson awards City accepting nominations for 2017 Abernathy-Cox One Clemson awards

Late Clemson Mayor Larry Abernathy and late Clemson University president Walter Cox have long been recognized as sowing the seeds for the town-gown relationship the city and university enjoy today.