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When Clinton City Council meets this Monday, it will approve miniutes from Budget Meetings of April 24 and 27, the Council Meeting of May 1, and the Council Meeting Workshop of May 15. Then, it will …

Signing & Walking

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Clinton High School was a beehive of activities on campus and around District 56 as the 2023 Academic Year concluded with June 1 Commencement. These are just 3 of the activities (which also include …

On November 20, 1780 following a fierce battle late in the day, General Thomas Sumter gave the feared Lt. Colonel Banastre Tarleton his first defeat during the Revolutionary War. On every second …

Ware Shoals, SC - The O'Dell Corporation, a dedicated member of the Ware Shoals community, is pleased to announce a generous donation of $10,000 to provide 'Back to School' supplies to students at …

South Carolina lawmakers split 6-3 on the important question of whether or not the United States would, on Monday, default on its debt. President Biden address the bipartisan agreement extending the …

Clinton High School’s 176 graduates entered their gym to “Pomp and Circumstance” and exited through a gauntlet of faculty during Thursday morning’s 2023 Commencement. …

COLUMBIA, S.C. –  Governor Henry McMaster today directed the deployment of South Carolina National Guard troops to help secure the U.S. Southern border in Texas amid the ongoing national …

The Clinton City Council will again on June 1 try to come to an understanding and ordinance first reading approval about a proposed development of 300 acres - 44 acres in the city limits - envisioned …

You are cordially invited to the New Beginning Missionary Baptist Church Men's Day Program on Sunday, June 4, at 2:30 pm. Our theme is "Let Us Run the Race with Patience Setting Aside the Weights …

May 26, 2023 Presbyterian College has advanced this spring to the First Scholars phase of the First Scholars Network – a prestigious national recognition of the college’s commitment …

Clinton High Earns National Spirit Award at Science Olympiad   The incredible year Clinton has had this year is one for the record books. Athletic teams have excelled throughout the year …

Clinton's Rhythm Is Back

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Carolina Coast Band brings the rhythms Thursday evening at The Depot in Uptown Clinton for Town Rhythms. The popular, free concerts series is back for the summer on the final Thursdays of each …

The community is invited to attend the Ribbon cutting Ceremony for the new Loop Trail, the official beginning of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail (SRT) in Laurens County, on Thursday, June 8 at 4 …

• Newly implemented production line is ready as part of the $200 million investment in Gray Court, SC manufacturing facility • Production slated to begin Fall 2023 and will primarily …

First reading of the School District 56 FY 2023-2024 Proposed Budget is on tap for this Monday, along with Clinton High Teams recognitions and end-of-the-academic-year activities. The board's …

The City of Clinton on Facebook: In preparation for Gleaning Day (June 27), The City of Clinton, Thornwell, LushAcres Farm, Presbyterian College, and Food Lion are partnering to service families …

SOUTH CAROLINA – The U.S. Postal Service is asking all South Carolina homeowners to inspect and repair their mailboxes during Mailbox Improvement Week, May 21–27, says District Manager …

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE HOLDS 140TH COMMENCEMENT FOR COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES May 13, 2023 Presbyterian College presented the Class of 2023 with wisdom, encouragement, and congratulations …

The University of South Carolina Union held Commencement Exercises on Saturday, April 29 th on the grounds of USC Union’s Patrons Park and welcomed Dr. Ann Carmichael as the commencement …

Sit around any table at a summer social gathering and the talk will eventually turn to fire ants.   Everyone has their own idea about how to kill fire ants, including folk remedies and …

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