The City of Clinton’s Utilities and Fire Divisions combined their education efforts Thursday to produce the 3rd Annual FirePower event.
Musgrove Mill State Historic Site will offer visitors a perspective on the past at the park’s Archaeology Day on Saturday, October 17 at 1:00 PM.
Presbyterian College’s Homecoming Weekend is right around the corner, and the two days are teeming with various festivities to celebrate current students, faculty, and staff; the return home of alumni; and the continuation of PC tradition through this historic weekend.
The Presbyterian College football team rallied late in the fourth quarter to push top-ranked Coastal Carolina but the upset bid fell just short as the Chanticleers held on for the 24-17 on Saturday evening at Brook Stadium in Conway, S.C.
CLINTON – Donovan Blackmon, Clinton’s all-purpose back, ran a kickoff back 90 yards, and junior quarterback Donte Reeder scored a touchdown and ran in a pair of two-point conversions, but a strong effort wasn’t enough to knock off the state’s eighth-ranked 3A school, undefeated Lancaster.
Clinton City Council, by a 5-2 vote Monday, authorized a $60,000 study of the city’s electrical rate system.
By 8 a.m. Monday, the American Red Cross Disaster Assistance Shelter in Clinton was closed, as Laurens County did not have the emergency housing need that other areas of SC is experiencing.