PICKENS COUNTY — Just off South Fish Trap Road, down S.C. 123, where Anderson, Greenville and Pickens counties come together, there is a small corner lot surrounded by a wrought iron fence.
CLEMSON — Clemson University students have published a new issue of Decipher magazine to highlight research performed by students in the Creative Inquiry program. Each year, Creative Inquiry engages more that 3,500 undergraduate students in...
POWDERSVILLE — With the season drawing to a close, the Powdersville Marching Band has walked away with top honors, placing no lower than third in every competition entered and finishing the year up by taking home first place in the state's...
CENTRAL – When Krystal Pearce entered Southern Wesleyan University as a freshman in August 2013, few could have realized the impact that she would have during the brief period of time she was a student.
CENTRAL – Golf teams teed off Oct. 13 at Pickens Country Club for Southern Wesleyan University's annual P. B. Wood Golf Tournament, sponsored by First Citizens Bank.Prizes were awarded as follows:
EASLEY — Nov. 13 saw the end of a local adopted legend when Alvin Dark passed away in Easley at the age of 92 after years as one of the best multi-sport athletes the United States has ever seen.
CLEMSON — Clemson University officials and Tiger Band directors, alumni and friends today dedicated the John H. Butler and Bruce F. Cook Tiger Band Plaza.
EASLEY — The Dream Center in Easley is now the beneficiary of the memory of Don Jones, a name you might not know, but a man who has affected the lives of countless children in Pickens County, even in memorial.
EASLEY — Robinson Memorial Gardens hosted one of the largest crowds to date for Tuesday's Veteran's Day ceremony as families, friends, active and retired service men and women showed up to solemnly offer thanks to our nation's...
WEST PELZER — The S.C. Department of Education announced that West Pelzer Elementary School in Anderson District One has been awarded a Distinguished Schools Reward for Performance grant.
CLEMSON — Sigma Chi Fraternity at Clemson University recently hosted its annual Derby Days, one of the largest charitable events by a Greek organization in the Southeast.
CLEMSON — The Pickens/Oconee/Anderson Master Gardener Program will begin Jan. 26 and last until May 18 with weekly meetings taking place on Mondays from 9 a.m. to noon.
CLEMSON — Clemson University and the University of South Carolina are competing to see who can sign up more organ and tissue donors leading up to the big football game on Nov. 29.
PICKENS — Residents of Pickens County will get a sneak peek of the Town Creek Bike Park in Pickens this weekend when the City of Pickens hosts a ribbon cutting to open the new venue.
Shelby Brown was crowned Wren High School's 2014 Homecoming Queen on Oct. 17 in front of a capacity crowd as the Golden Hurricane continued the regular season campaign. Brown is a senior at Wren and was escorted by her grandfather, Ralph...
PICKENS — Robert Burns from Taylors received $400 and a first place trophy in the S.C. Fiddling Championship held at Hagood Mill.
PENDLETON – If you were a child in the 19th century, what kinds of toys and games would you find in your toy chest? Video games? Nope. Monopoly? Most definitely no. But you also wouldn't find yourself being bored, either.
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College has filled three key leadership positions by hiring Grayson Kelly as executive director of the Foundation, Dan Cooper as director of economic development and government relations and promoting Galen DeHay...
PICKENS COUNTY — The board of trustees for the School District of Pickens County will have two new faces at its next meeting with Phillip Bowers and Henry Wilson becoming the newest members following the election Nov. 4.
CENTRAL – This Veterans Day, Southern Wesleyan University is inviting the public to come and be part of a patriotic ceremony to dedicate their new flag plaza.
PICKENS COUNTY — In what was a trend on Nov. 4 with Pickens County voting almost exclusively Republican, the three national seats on the local ballot were no different, with two incumbents and an appointee getting the nod from local...
PICKENS COUNTY — The Pickens Women Association presented checks to eight local charities at their September meeting including Family Promise, Gleaning House, Meals on Wheels, Prevent Child Abuse, Feed a Hungry Child in Pickens County,...
COLUMBIA — Following the midterm election Nov. 4, the executive branch of South Carolina's government will remain the same as Gov. Nikki Haley and Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster won re-election handily.
The United Daughters of the Confederacy Robert E. Lee Chapter No. 146 in Anderson celebrated the chapter's 117th birthday during their regular meeting Oct. 4. Seated are Jeane Zorn, Regina Orzechowski, Pam Durham (UDC Piedmont assistant...
ANDERSON — The 15th annual Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Crime will be held at the New Life Christian Center, 603 Pearman Dairy Road in Anderson, at 6:30 pm. Nov. 10.
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