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The Clinton High School Army JROTC is accepting flags for proper disposal. The Flag Retirement Ceremony will be March 29, 2 pm at CHS. The public is invited to watch the annual ceremony, in which flags are reverently folded and burned. Anyone who has a tattered, faded flag - and wants it disposed...
Two school districts in Laurens County, along with districts in Richland and Calhoun Counties, are in the 3rd year of a 7-year college readiness federal grant called Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs—or GEAR UP.  The program aims to increase college readiness among...
Gestamp North America expanding existing Union County operations   Company investing $129 million to create 130 new jobs     UNION – Gestamp, an international manufacturer of metal automotive components, is expanding its existing facility in Union County in an effort to meet increased demand from...
Clinton City Council will have 2 new members based on a very small turnout for today's municipal elections. Robbie Neal won the District 3 seat with 44 votes. Incumbent Mary Byrd got 39 and Sasha Cotton got 4 votes. The 43 votes for Byrd and Cotton were not enough to force a run-oof against Neal's...
  Lake Greenwood gets signage for its Laurens County “gateway”   Laurens and Greenwood counties now have complementary signs that welcome visitors to the body of water that divides the two communities. Lake Greenwood at the bridge on Hwy 72, the connection road between Clinton and Greenwood, has...
She wasn't expecting a birthday gift like this. Clinton High Principal Maureen Tiller was guest rider on the shoulders of Mark Lippard this morning in the CHS gym. Lippard was the Day 2 speaker for the 39th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast, conducted for the second year at Clinton High School. The...
After 8 years service to the City of Clinton, Frank Stovall is leaving the city manager's position to accept a job as deputy director for administration of the Jamestown Yorktown Foundation in Virginia. Stovall said the position has come open for the first time in 20 years, and it was too good an...
Piedmont Tech To Host Emergency Drill   In a continued effort to have emergency response plans in place, Piedmont Technical College is gearing up for an event which will test the college’s ability to respond to an active shooter situation. On Friday, March 10, Piedmont Tech’s Office of Campus...
“OPERATION NEW YEARS RESOLUTION” is sprung in Laurens County   On March 6, 2017 at 5:30 a.m., Deputies from the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office along with Officers from the Clinton City Public Safety, Laurens City Police Department and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) came...
Voters in all Laurens County municipalities will go to the polls March 7 to decide who will lead their cities for the next four years. Voters in Laurens will also choose two members of the Commission of Public Works. Some Clinton residents will choose city council members. Seats in Wards 1, 3 and 5...

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