Monday, Sept. 24 – volleyball – Anderson Montessori at Laurens Academy, 5; Clinton Middle at Southside Christian, 5; golf – Laurens at Lady Eagle Invitational (Stoney Points), 12:30.
For the second week in a row, Laurens Academy’s youthful football team pulled away in the second half to win a South Carolina Independent Schools Association eight-man game at home over Calhoun Academy of St. Matthews by a score of 52-32
Do you enjoy driving along back roads and discovering new things and places? Have you ever driven along Hwy. 76 and wondered what surrounds you?
On Sept. 20, investigators of the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people in relation to a burglary and theft on Hwy. 72 W. in Clinton.
PENDLETON – The distance from Clinton to Pendleton, a place the Red Devils had never visited, was 73 miles. After the Bulldogs demolished the Red Devils, 39-6, on Friday night, the bus ride home must have seemed like Constantinople to Kingdom Come.
The Clinton High School girls’ tennis team battled the Vikings of Emerald on Thursday evening, but most of the blows, not to mention serves and volleys, were landed by the Red Devils. Clinton won, 7-0.
Evan Prince won the individual race, and Laurens’ boys’ cross country team finished second to Dixie High School on Tuesday at home.
Every varsity football team in Laurens County enters the weekend feeling as if it has something to prove, a bar to cross and a form to mold.
Another confirmed case of West Nile Virus has been found in Laurens County, and the Emergency Management Director, Joey Avery, has again ordered precautionary mosquito spraying at the recommendation of the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.
After just his first semester studying at Piedmont Technical College (PTC) in Greenwood, Austin Morris began working as an apprentice at Burnstein von Seelen Precision Castings in Abbeville while continuing to work toward his machine tool technology degree at PTC. It was a bit of a risk in t…
Destruction and delay stemming from Hurricane Florence has led the S.C. High School League to extend football season for the third time in four years.
Eighth Circuit Solicitor David M. Stumbo and Laurens County Sheriff Don Reynolds announced Tuesday morning that the State has served formal notice that it intends to seek the death penalty against William Ryan Looper for the murder of 2-year-old Brantley Justin Smith.
The Presbyterian College football team has added a game to its 2018 schedule as the Blue Hose will welcome in Lindsey Wilson College on Thursday, Sept. 27, at Bailey Memorial Stadium.
- Laurens County Sports Schedule for September 24-30
- Blue Hose reach a milestone with 41-10 win over Bluefield
- Piedmont Tech opens specialized advising center for health science, nursing students
- Arrest Report for September 22
- Resurgent Laurens Academy wins, 52-32
- Author to unlock the key to state's back roads
- Three arrested in Clinton burglary, theft
- Eagles celebrate homecoming with win over Raiders
- Looper to face death penalty in murder case involving 2-year-old Clinton child
- Arrest Report for September 18
- Arrest Report for September 19
- Arrest Report for September 17
- Second case of West Nile Virus found in northern part of Laurens County
- Suspects sought in Hickory Tavern break-ins
- Arrest Report for September 16
- Arrest Report for September 20
- Arrest Report for September 21
- Law enforcement seeking car theft suspects