PIEDMONT – An Upstate Korean War Army veteran, declared Missing in Action for nearly 64 years, was finally laid to rest.
EASLEY – A U.S. District Court judge for the District of South Carolina signed an order last week permanently banning Robert Stanley Harrison of Easley from engaging in commodity-related activity.
ANDERSON — The Anderson County Sheriff's Office, along with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, seized approximately 40 illegal gambling machines and $2,258 in illegal proceeds.
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office and Crime Stoppers of Oconee County, Inc. announced that an anonymous reward of $20,000 is being offered for information that helps lead investigators to solving the ongoing death investigation...
PICKENS COUNTY — Have you ever wondered why April 1 has always been referred to as April Fool's Day, or been the butt of a classic prank, all because of the date on the calendar?
PENDLETON — Loretta Cappiello of Six Mile had no idea it would be so tough getting back into the workforce full time when she began her job search in 2009.
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University's Division of Religion welcomed Dr. Karl Westfall and the Rev. Sharon Butcher Westfall as pastors-in-residence in January.
PICKENS COUNTY — Visitors to South Carolina's highest peak will soon have access to a spectacular panorama of the surrounding countryside thanks to a $350,000 gift from Duke Energy.
PICKENS – Three instructors at the Pickens County Career and Technology Center have been singled out for their contributions to the community.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina agribusiness professionals took to the Statehouse recently to tell lawmakers how vital Clemson University is to the revenue and jobs they bring to the state.
GREENVILLE — Clemson University and Greenville Technical College officials broke ground Monday for a $25 million center that will advance the manufacturing workforce and serve the automotive, transportation and other high-tech...
PICKENS COUNTY — Every Wednesday, Randall and Marcia Kelley load up their SUV and head out to deliver hot meals to elderly and disabled residents of Pickens County.
SUMTER — “Making It Grow” has unveiled a brand-new set, replacing the “country store” scenery used for more than a decade.
Barbara and Jerry James recently celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary and to celebrate, Barbara presented her veteran and husband, Jerry, with a Quilt of Valor, commemorating his service to our country. The presentation took place at the Jo Brown...
NEWBERRY – Tri-County Technical College placed second overall as a college and all five team members placed in at least one event in the 2015 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association's College Festival.
OCONEE COUNTY — Cliff Roberts, principal of Seneca High School in Oconee County School District, has been named the 2015 South Carolina High School Principal of the Year by the S.C. Association of School Administrators.
CLEMSON – Four people have been named recipients of Clemson University's Martin Luther King Jr. Award for Excellence in Service.
CLEMSON — Clemson University's Student Organic Farm ranks among the best college farms in the nation, according to the journal Best College Reviews.
CLEMSON – Rhondda Robinson Thomas, associate professor of English at Clemson University, has received $100,000 for her research about African Americans who lived and labored on Clemson land during the pre-1963 integration period. James E. Bostic...
Ethan McClain, left, an eighth grade student at Pickens Middle School, won the school competition of the National Geographic Bee on Feb. 2. The school Bee, at which students answered numerous questions on world geography, was the first round in the...
CLEMSON — Your phone, computer, TV — all are modern-day technologies made possible largely by light-based technologies. With materials as the technology enabler within all devices and components, Clemson University is uniquely positioned...
CLEMSON — In the most closely watched test so far this semester, all the students passed with flying colors. Then they were sold.
December 2014 high school graduates through the Connect to College (C2C) program at Tri-County Technical College are, from left to right, Brittney F. Scurry, Easley High School; Orell J. (Ques) Galloway, Pendleton High School; Briana S. Ferguson,...
PENDLETON — In 2013 Nikki Giba was one of 30 seniors who graduated from Cherokee High School in Cherokee, Ala., population 1,031.
COLUMBIA — The South Carolina Legislature ratified a constitutional amendment March 5 to allow nonprofit organizations to conduct raffles in South Carolina.
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