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Whitten Center names Employee of the Quarter

SCDDSN Whitten Center recently recognized Debbie Smoak, Registered Dietician, as the April – June 2015 Employee of the Quarter. 

Greer routs Clinton, 40-8

CLINTON – The magic wore off in week two for Clinton. Greer brought the magic in evidence at Wilder Stadium, and the Red Devils’ game went up in a puff of smoke Friday night.

Clinton family struggles amid tragic loss; survivor’s fund established to help

The Anderson family of Clinton is still reeling from the shock of losing their loved one, David Anderson, who was shot multiple times and killed on August 16, while filling his truck up with gas.

Laurens County Humane Society continues Bricks for Best Friends fundraiser

Time is running out to order a commemorative brick to support the Laurens County Humane Society’s Bricks for Best Friends fundraiser. 

CHS students will soon start their day with FLEX time

Clinton High School has decided to flex its academic muscles. Students, starting Sept. 1 for 10th through 12th and Sept. 14 for 9th grades, will have the chance to enter the school building at the start of the day for FLEX time.

Clinton pulls out opener in overtime, 30-29

CLINTON -- When a high school football team that has opened one season with six straight losses and the next with eight, upsets a highly regarded opponent to open the third season, it is big news.

Monte Dutton to cover Red Devil football for GoClinton.com

Who says you can’t come back home? Clinton native and national sports writer Monte Dutton will do just that, covering the Red Devils during the 2015 football season for GoClinton.com.

Chapin-Newberry Post 193 wins American Legion World Series title

There was no need for any late-game miracles this time.

First day of school a success for District 55 and 56

Today marked the first day of school for students in District 55 and 56 and other than a few early morning jitters and a little bit of traffic, the first day of school is another one for the books.

City of Clinton working to help residents with skyrocketing power bills

For over three hours on Monday night, Clinton citizens and electrical rate payers heard a city official and the director of the agency from which the city buys its power talk about the high bills that have stunned residents in recent weeks.

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