Laurens County Memorial Hospital receives Safe Surgery Hospital Designation

GHS Laurens County Memorial Hospital has received the Safe Surgery Hospital Designation awarded by the South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA) and Safe Surgery: SC Leadership Team.

Late rally by Radford ends season for PC

LEXINGTON, S.C. – The Radford Highlanders (18-38) used a 10-run eighth inning to defeat the Presbyterian College baseball team (27-30), 16-8, on Wednesday afternoon at the Big South Championship. The loss ends the season for Presbyterian after its first Big South Championship appearance.

McHam alone at the top among Red Devil athletes

Cynthia McHam, a three-sport star headed for Limestone College, was honored as Clinton High School’s Athlete of the Year on Tuesday night at the Spring Sports Awards Ceremony, a two-hour affair at the gymnasium.

Fans get a glimpse of things to come at Clinton spring game

Clinton High School’s Red and White football squads gave each other a competitive spring run, and the Red’s 40-27 margin at the end Monday night was misleading.

Rhythm on the Rails survives soggy start

The familiar sound of a train whistle bellows as a train clatters down the track.

PC falls to Charleston Southern in regular season finale

The Presbyterian College baseball team (27-28, 12-12 Big South) fell to Charleston Southern (19-34, 6-18 Big South), 9-4, in the final game of the regular season for both teams. The Blue Hose will open play in the Big South Tournament on Tuesday.

Lt. Goggins named Laurens County Officer of the Year

Tyrone Goggins had a job, but he was looking for something more; he wanted to find a way to make a difference in his hometown.

Jones, Smaltz named to SCBCA All-State teams

Thomas Jones and Tristan Smaltz were named to the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association All-State baseball teams that were released on Thursday.

Presbyterian College hosts 133rd commencement

Presbyterian College held its 133rd commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 14. At the ceremony, the college granted 184 undergraduate degrees.

Webb impressed with what he’s seen in the Red Devil spring

In parts of two weeks of spring football practice, Clinton High School head coach Andrew Webb has seen what he hoped to see from his Red Devils.

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