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When Hometown Heroes band together ...

7/13/2024
In Case You Missed It ... Last Friday afternoon, a driver on Hwy 76 / East Carolina Drive in Clinton - beside the railroad tracks that separate Tapestry and Cooper Motor Company -- clipped a power …

Our City's Artists (a gallery)

6/21/2024
Art at the Uptown Square -- Artists battle it out Friday morning at the Uptown Clinton Square as part of the first ART Clinton program, June 18 - 21. The artistic community had another ART …

A PHOTOS GALLERY: When you do it right, this is what …

6/9/2024
So, absolutely out of the blue, I got this e-mail: The South Carolina Science Olympiad has found its new permanent home at Presbyterian College. Really, it took a Cross Hill minute for it to …

PHOTOS: Congratulations to the Class of 2024

6/7/2024
It is hard to believe our eighteen-year-old students graduated this past Friday, May 31st. It is funny how time slips away. I believe Monte Dutton can verify or refute that he and I graduated on May …

IN PHOTOS: a rousing romp back in time

6/7/2024
Laurens County Community Theater   · Step back in time with 'Breaking Up Is Hard to Do,' a dazzling musical journey set to …

We honor The Ultimate Sacrifice

5/27/2024
All gave some. Some gave all. -- Army CW4 (Ret) Mike Dunkin, of Clinton, right, accepts a slow salute fromAmerican Legion Post 56 Historian Burt Harter during a Memorial Day Observance on Monday …

On the Road, Looking for (another) Championship

5/22/2024
Blue Hose Nation sends its diamondmen off to the Big South Baseball Tournament this morning (May 22) with a send-off at the Elton Pollock Baseball Complex. Presbyterian College enters the …

Losing Steam, a tribute in photos

5/22/2024
We tried to keep going, but on Saturday, we just ran out of steam. Randy “Steam” Stevens was remembered Saturday as a radio journalist, a friends to the underdog, one of those who …

Do Not drive and park in the park, photo gallery

5/19/2024
If you want to be a “hard head” and park your car INSIDE the Shirley Jenkins Park, expect a ticket. Retired council member Shirley Jenkins issued the warning - and made a request for …

Red Devils head to college baseball

5/10/2024
Winners of nearly 80 games over the past three seasons and contributors to region title-winning seasons, three Clinton High baseball standouts - Zane McLendon, Carson Glenn and Harrison Moore - made …

Madame President's photo gallery

5/2/2024
PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE INAUGURATES DR. ANITA OLSON GUSTAFSON AS 20TH PRESIDENT April 29, 2024 Dr. Anita Gustafson took the oath of office as Presbyterian College’s 20th president …

These Olympians are special

5/1/2024
PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE STUDENT VOLUNTEERS DEMONSTRATE HEARTS OF SERVICE DURING AREA 5 SPECIAL OLYMPICS April 12, 2024 On a cloudy, overcast morning, in the shadow of the world’s largest …

Our New Coach

4/26/2024
Tiffany Sardin said Friday she will build on the success of the 2023-24 PC women’s basketball team in making the NCAA Division I National Championship Tournament. The Blue Hose won 8 of …

Go Rest High Upon That Mountain

4/6/2024
“Hmm, I guess you’re going to have to do your job now.” It was the good-natured reaction of Michael Mike Mike Vinson to any of his fire colleagues messing up or trying to get …

ROAR for Reading! a photos gallery

3/10/2024
Read 20 minutes a day. Play outside 60 minutes a day. Eat your school breakfast to fuel your day - and lunch and dinner to maintain energy. Sleep 9 hours a night. Whoa! …

Retiring #22, out of Joanna

2/29/2024
If they can’t be called The Indians anymore, can Todd Frazier still be called The Chief? OK, just for the sake of argument, say he can’t. Now that Newberry College goes by the name …

It's Opening Night! - 2nd Weekend Upcoming

1/26/2024
Disney’s The Little Mermaid - a production of the Laurens County Community Theater - will be in performance Jan. 26 & 27, Feb. 1 & 2, 7:30 pm; and Jan. 28 & Feb. 3 @ 3 pm, in the …

"Give people a chance because they deserve it"

10/19/2023
A mighty coalition of people who want to see the differently abled students of School Districts 56 and 55 employed and self-sufficient gathered Tuesday and part of the program was a lesson about ice …