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Laurens County Council will hear Tuesday about 2017's Economic Development progress for the county. The council's meeting will be at 5:30 pm in the council chambers, second floor of the historic courthouse in downtown Laurens. The meeting is open to the public; register at the podium before the...
Members of the District 56 Board of Trustees will be recognized Monday as part of Board Appreciation Month. The school board will meet at 7:30 pm in the Clinton High School Auditorium. The meeting is open to the public. Board Appreciation will come under special recognitions, just before Audience...
  Laurens County Council takes a first look at the biggest “big-ticket items” coming up   The price tag (gulp!) 60 million dollars is intimidating. However, the cost of not looking at it will be worse than planning for it now, the Laurens County Administrator warned last Tuesday. Jon Caime gave...
  Whitmore is named publisher of The Clinton Chronicle   Brian Whitmore was named today as Publisher of The Clinton Chronicle. Whitmore has served as graphic designer for the paper since 2016. A resident of Laurens County for 12 years, and raised in Enoree “which should be part of Laurens County,”...
  Public is invited to learn more about Laurens County Museum   The Laurens County Museum Association will host a Membership Appreciation Drop-in on Sunday, Jan. 21, at the Witherspoon Building, located on the south side of the Public Square (116 East Main Street) in the City of Laurens.  The drop-...
  PC ARTS EVENTS: concert to mix old and new world sounds   The Presbyterian College Music Department welcomes Demeler, a husband and wife duo that blends their love of café and salon music with modern composed repertoire for a fusion of old and new world sounds.  This next performance in the PC...
  United Way to begin collecting “Bags of Love” for local senior citizens   United Way of Laurens County (UWLC) is collecting “Bags of Love” gift bags to provide to Meals on Wheels recipients and other senior adults in Laurens County.  They are looking for participation from local community members...
POWER RESTORED ABOUT 9 PM THURSDAY, SCHOOL IN SESSION - District 56 resumes classes today after 2 days out for snow and ice, the City of Clinton restored power to western area customers last night. Previous: District 56, Clinton, has cancelled classes, and Presbyterian College is closed TODAY (Jan...
The Laurens County Community Theatre’s production of David C. Hyer’s “Lying In State” opens this weekend at the Gillam Center on the Thornwell campus.   The show centers around the untimely death of a state senator who dies in a ridiculous accident making him a national hero. Zany characters weave...
At 4:39 Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service said Laurens County could get snow, with Red Cross safety tips. The Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 10 pm tonight until noon on Wednesday. A dusting to an inch is in the forecast, although the first phone message said "Heavy Snow Alert...

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