City of Clinton considers options for recreation development

The City of Clinton collects a two-percent hospitality tax within its city limits. The avowed intent of the assessment was to boost the city’s recreation programs, specifically, a baseball complex.

Clinton High School wins SC Science Olympiad

For the third consecutive year, Clinton High School scientists are champions of the South Carolina Science Olympiad, contested Saturday at Newberry College.

Steelman resigns as PC women’s basketball coach

Presbyterian College Director of Athletics Danny Sterling announced Tuesday that women’s basketball head coach Todd Steelman has resigned, effective immediately.

Jacks crowned Miss Clinton High School

Calleigh Jacks was crowned the first-ever Miss Clinton High School in the March 10 pageant at CHS. Seventeen students competed to be crowned Miss Clinton High School 2018. 

Simmons recalls 40 years of Clinton prayer breakfasts

When the Clinton Family YMCA began a yearly series of youth prayer breakfasts, it wasn't Gene Simmons' idea, but he was at the meeting.

Changes could be coming to MS Bailey Municipal Building

Some changes could be forthcoming to the MS Bailey Municipal Building in Clinton.

Garrick returns to Blue Hose Football as assistant coach

Presbyterian College and Head Football Coach Tommy Spangler announced Tuesday the addition of former Blue Hose football player and 2015 graduate Tamyn Garrick as assistant coach. He will direct the quarterbacks.

Sixteen and counting: Another Science Olympiad state championship for CMS

Clinton Middle School held off a challenge by Green Charter School to claims its 16th consecutive South Carolina Science Olympiad Championship on Saturday at Newberry College.

PC baseball splits doubleheader with La Salle

Presbyterian College baseball split Saturday’s doubleheader with La Salle, falling in game one, 5-4, before taking game two, 13-4, to take a 2-1 series lead. PC goes to 2-1 on the year, while La Salle is now 1-2 on the season.

Red Devils’ hopes die hard in Camden, 65-61 in OT

CAMDEN – Getting beaten in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs in overtime was hard. One defining characteristic of Clinton High’s boys’ basketball team was that everything was hard, almost all season long. The Red Devils played hard. Watching most of the games was a frantic experience.

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