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  Kudos to Presbyterian College for another very successful Commencement. Hundreds of visitors experienced Clinton on May 10-11 - we hope they were enticed to return, like May 17-18 for Rhythm on the Rails. The schedule for Commencement Friday was action-packed, and we were able to make it to most...
  Next week, the Clinton Middle School Science Olympiad team will board a bus and head to Cornell for the National Science Olympiad competition, the 35th competition. Founded in 1984, Science Olympiad is one of the premier science competitions in the nation, providing rigorous, standards-based ...
  To the Editor: To all of Clinton City Council,   I am grateful for the time and commitment you have given to serve the City of Clinton. Some of you have served for a very long time and your dedication and love for this town is noted. I was present at the May 6th Council meeting. I was shocked,...
  EDITORIAL: Bring Back the Derby   Now that Presbyterian College is going to hire a new athletics director, it’s time to have serious discussions about the Blue Hose playing football against the Newberry College Wolves. This coming season would have been ideal - Newberry is at North Greenville...
  LETTERS: Hold manager to a standard - Why is he different?     To the Editor: Let’s see. The city manager has cussed out a reporter (that would be me) following a city council meeting while still in the council chambers with the mayor and members of council present. He then stormed out of the...
  EDITORIAL: Pray for us, we need it   Kudos to Pastor Kenny Moore and the congregation of Davidson Street Baptist Church for a fine National Day of Prayer May 2 observance. Moving the observance to evening perhaps gave some people a better chance to attend (it used to be a City of Clinton, mid-day...
  VIC's View: Wasting Away - that’s somebody else   Against my better judgment I did not work the evening of April 25 and the daytime of April 26. It was not something I had planned, and when I was told I was going to miss work that Thursday night, I was a little annoyed. My faithful, but sometimes...
  Amanda F. Whittle to Lead the New S.C. Department of Children’s Advocacy   COLUMBIA – Governor Henry McMaster has announced that Amanda F. Whittle will be the first person to fill the position of South Carolina’s State Child Advocate, which was created by S.805 during last year’s legislative...
  The scariest thing about the May 1 #SCforEd March on Columbia is the mobilization of South Carolina teachers. Lawmakers are complaining about the temerity of leaving the plantation to participate in a MLK-style march for attention. It’s right there in the Bill of Rights - the redress of...
  On January 16, 1941, Franklin Delano Roosevelt stood before Congress. The Second World War, which would eventually lure the U.S., was raging across Europe. The President stood to offer a vision like only good leaders are able to do, and must do. He offered a vision for all, a vision to unify, to...

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