The Clinton-Laurens-Newberry Tennis Association will hold its 4th annual Mac Harrison Memorial Round Robin Doubles Tournament, Saturday, May 30, at Newberry High School from 9:00am to 12:00pm.
Monday’s Memorial Day observance in Clinton was the 8th time the community has come together at the Veterans’ Monument for a time of honor and reflection.
Damarcus Wright, an 11-year-old fifth grader at Joanna Woodson Elementary School, won first place at the USA Wrestling Southeast Regional Championships this weekend at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga.
The City of Clinton is one of 191 of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities to earn the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3®) designation from the American Public Power Association for providing consumers with the highest degree of reliable and safe electric service.
The Clinton Red Devils hit the field on Friday night for the first annual spring football game under new head coach Andrew Webb.
Sixth graders from Bell Street Middle School spent part of their school time Friday at the City of Clinton Public Works Department learning how the city’s sanitation, electrical, water, sewer and maintenance operations work.
Kids will soon be out of school for the summer, and the Laurens and Clinton YMCA has plenty for them to do to keep them occupied and having fun.
Beginning early Thursday morning, about 750 fifth grade students in District 55 and 56 toured the Presbyterian College campus as a part of 5th to the Future and ended the day with a motivational speech by local world record holder Cameron Dorn.
Clinton High School hosted a Ladies’ Football Night on Thursday, May 21 at the CHS Gymnasium, where ladies ages nine and up were shown the basics of football as well as participated in games and door prizes.
Imagine flipping on a switch and there is no light. Or turning on the faucet and getting nothing but air. Or having a mountain of garbage piled in front of your house because there is no one to haul it away.