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  Trash may swallow City of Clinton surplus   Clinton residents pay Laurens County $60 a year for a trash collection and elimination method. And yet, hauling trash the way it’s done now might break the bank for a city government expected to generate a $47,956 surplus fund in its FY19-20 budget. The...
  THIS MORNING - Retired Brigadier General to Speak About Business Ethics at Presbyterian College    Retired Brigadier General E. Eric (Rick) Porter will discuss the role of ethics in business during his talk, “Building Trust ..... from my Foxhole,” at Presbyterian College on Thursday, April 4. ...
Speaking In A Threatening Tone.   It was a routine, business-as-usual meeting of Clinton City Council Monday night until a retired Clinton police officer came very close to threatening a council member. Retired Capt. Jerry Campbell said Council Member Shirley Jenkins accused him of stealing some of...
  Steve Evans: Embracing New Mercies   Relationships. Rev. Steven Evans forged many all across racial lines growing up in Greenville. But that’s a big city; how can relationships work in tiny Clinton? Evans mapped out that course for young people on the final morning of the 41st Annual Clinton YMCA...
  School districts leave economic development board   A seat on the Laurens County Development Corporation board has opened, for a mere $10,000 donation to the county’s designated industry-seeking agency. School Districts 56 and 55 will no longer contribute, or have a designated representative on...
  Piedmont Tech Educator, Clinton Native Releases New Children’s Book   “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a common childhood query. Familiar answers might include race car driver, firefighter, ballerina or even superhero. But what if a child simply wants to be kind when he grows up?...
  PC Student's Artwork Challenges, Heals     An exhibit featuring the artwork of Presbyterian College senior art major Lauren Adkins, of Simpsonville, is now on display at the Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery.  The exhibit will run until Saturday, April 27.Adkins, who was diagnosed with depression...
  FIFTH ANNUAL GALA SET BY THE LAURENS COUNTY MUSEUM ASSOCIATION   The month of April is fast approaching, and the Laurens County Museum Association has announced plans for LCMA’s Fifth Annual Gala, one of the signature events of spring in the Laurens County Community. The Gala will be held at the...
  Laurens Rotary Club to Host Night of Singing   The Laurens Rotary Club announces it will be hosting a Rotary Night of Singing at Laurens District High School’s Gymnasium on Thursday, April 4. The event begins at 6:30 p.m., and the community is encouraged to attend. The Night of Singing will...
Upper Savannah Helps Region Receive Disaster Supplemental Funding, including Laurens County water and sewer   The Upper Savannah COG has helped region secure $5.6 million to improve critical infrastructure in Laurens and Abbeville counties through the Economic Development Administration's 2018...

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