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Proud of our Nation

7/5/2022
Residents on and around the 300 block of Hickory Street in Clinton gathered Monday for the Independence Day parade and potluck lunch as a way to celebrate the Nation’s Independence. Everybody …

The Music Is Back

4/15/2022
  Vic MacDonald photos.     With guest artist Dr. James Buckland (guitar), the PC Wind Ensemble & Chamber Winds performed the April 12 evening concert “Sounds from the …

Lighting The Way

4/15/2022
  Vic MacDonald Photos   Since 1875, Thornwell has stood for its commitment and Clinton’s commitment to children - to “suffer the little children to come to me,” as The …

Cleaning South Carolina

3/31/2022
South Carolina Citizens Join Statewide Pickup Challenge     Columbia, SC (March 30, 2022) – Lt. Governor Pamela Evette kicked off the Grab A Bag SC spring campaign with a litter …

Tchaikovsky with Basketballs

3/7/2022
Students of School District 56 - Clinton, Joanna, and Cross Hill -- showed their artistic talents March 5 during the 4th ArtsMix 56 program at Clinton High School. Performances by choral and …

Templeton Takeover

2/23/2022
The Presbyterian College Acrobatics & Tumbling Team came back to the mat for Templeton Takeover (Feb. 17) after a long Covid absence. They followed up the exhibition with a win 3 days later …

Good to see everyone again

2/14/2022
In a covid weary world, the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce took time Thursday night (Feb. 10) to sponsor a much-needed gathering to receive inspiration, award community involvement, and remind …

Spring in their step

2/14/2022
PC Softball Splits Pair to End Weekend (Feb. 11-13)     The Presbyterian College softball team wrapped up the Blue Hose Invitational Sunday splitting their two games, falling to Northern …

ICE STORM and then snow

1/19/2022
Clinton was socked in tight by ice on Sunday (Jan. 16 and had snow Jan. 21-22) as the aftermath of a winter storm that put more than 50 million Americans under winter storm alerts blew through …

Transformative

11/3/2021
The Weekend of Oct. 22 - 23, 2021 in Clinton could go down in history as the most Transformative in the city's history. Along with the Inauguration of Dr. Matt vandenBerg as the 19th President of …

Running for a Cause

10/10/2021
The 12th Annual Run Like a Mann 5K and 1-Mile Run/Walk - named for the late Tim Mann - is contested again Oct. 9 in the Professional Park, between Laurens and Clinton and home of the Laurens County …

Keep on Rollin’

10/4/2021
  The Clinton Red Devils keep rolling to the end zone this season, whether it’s touchdowns, a 2-point conversion (pictured) or pick-sixes on defense. This is action from Clinton varsity …

Squealin' Again

10/4/2021
  The Square is a-Squealin’.   For its 20th year, Squealin’ on the Square is a very well-attended festival Oct. 1 and 2 on the Square in downtown Laurens. The traditional BBQ …

Employment

10/4/2021
  AWARENESS: Students and teachers, staff and officials of School Districts 56 and 55, disabilities and vocational agencies representatives, and the mayors of four Laurens County towns join …

The Century Mark - the No. 3 in the State Clinton Red …

9/22/2021
The Clinton Red Devils are clicking on all cylinders so far in the 2021 high school football season - winning 100-7 over their previous two opponents, Calhoun County and Blue Ridge. The Red Devils …

New Educators

5/18/2021
The Presbyterian College Department of Education on May 14 inducted graduates into the teaching profession. The graduating educators are: Shelby Allan, Samantha Calais, Lexi Dickerson, Vanessa …

New Second Lieutenants

5/18/2021
The Highlander Battalion on May 14 commissioned 14 Second Lieutenants in the United States Army, at Edmunds Hall, Presbyterian College. The Battalion includes PC, Newberry College and Lander …

Color Blind

5/14/2021
The families of Jasmine Peake and Madison Simmons release balloon clusters, which flew away together, on Friday, May 7, at the Color Blind program at the Clinton High track. The two teens died …