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Beginning on Saturday, approximately 120 high school students will spend a week at Presbyterian College during the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s 35th Annual Business Week. The annual event gives students exposure to the business industry and workforce.

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Presbyterian College and head women’s soccer coach Brian Purcell have announced the 2018 schedule. The season will consist of two exhibition matches and a 16-game regular season that consists of eight home matches and eight road games.

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MONCKS CORNER – Clinton’s AAA All-Stars (9-10 age group) ended their season on Sunday, but the team coached by Jeremy Campbell, Jayson Glenn and Billy Glenn certainly went out with a bang.

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Jonathan Putnam, author of the Lincoln and Speed Mystery Series, will be at the Laurens County Library on Tuesday, July 17 at 7 p.m., to sign books and speak on the topic “How the Young Lincoln Became Our Lincoln.”

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Since signing 21 student-athletes on National Signing Day on Feb. 7, the Presbyterian College football team has added another 44 student-athletes to its 2018 signing class over the last five months, including 15 in June to bring the total up to 65 for this coming season.

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UNION – Hartsville National scored a run in the top of the seventh inning, and Clinton left runners on second and third base in the bottom half, enabling Hartsville to advance to the Dixie Youth O-Zone (11-12 age group) state finals with a 6-5, extra-inning victory on Wednesday afternoon at …