Cody tabbed to lead PC wrestling programs

Presbyterian College announced Monday the addition of Mark Cody as the inaugural Director of Wrestling. Cody, who most recently served as head wrestling coach at University of Oklahoma, will oversee both the men’s and women’s wrestling programs.

Clinton Family YMCA now registering for youth basketball, cheerleading

The Clinton Family YMCA is offering open registration for youth basketball and cheerleading for six playing divisions through the December 12 registration deadline.

Presbyterian College's full accreditation reaffirmed through 2027

Presbyterian College’s accreditation has been reaffirmed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) at its annual meeting this week in Dallas, Texas. The reaffirmed full accreditation for Presbyterian College continues for a 10-year period through 2027.

Red Devils even season series with Raiders

JD Payne torched the Laurens Raiders for 31 points to lead the Clinton Red Devils to a 70-53 win on Friday night at Clinton High School.

Lady Raiders make it two in a row over Clinton

The Laurens Lady Raiders completed the season sweep of the Clinton Lady Red Devils with a 39-25 win on Friday night at Clinton High School.

Main Street Clinton hands out Christmas parade, window wonderland superlatives

The City of Clinton has selected winning entries for the Clinton Christmas Parade and the Window Wonderland contest.

City of Clinton annexes property for new Arby's

Clinton City Council gave unanimous approval on Monday night to the annexation and zoning of a parcel of property on Highway 72 at I-26.

PC adds Division I men’s and women’s wrestling

Presbyterian College Director of Athletics Danny Sterling announced Thursday the addition of men’s and women’s wrestling programs to the college’s athletic department. Furthermore, the men’s wrestling program has accepted an invitation to join the Southern Conference (SoCon) as an associate member beginning with the 2019-20 academic year.

Thornwell Family Teachers receive highest award for their profession

Thornwell Family Teachers Adam and Leah Hucks were selected from among thousands of eligible practitioners nationwide to receive the Lonnie and Elaine Phillips award, the highest award in the Teaching-Family Association.

Clinton High students attend Newberry College Honor Band Clinic

Four Clinton High School students attended the 1st annual Newberry College Honor Band Clinic on Saturday, Dec. 2. 

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