The Laurens Commission of Public Works answered the call for assistance from another public power city this weekend.
Laurens Academy captured a second straight S.C. Independent School Association (SCISA) Region 2 volleyball championship in the tournament hosted by the Crusaders on Saturday.
On Oct. 5, Stephanie Gamble of Clinton was recognized by the South Carolina American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (SCAAIDD) as the Direct Support Professional of the Year.
The Presbyterian College women’s golf team is set to host the 1st annual Blue Hose Match Play Tournament from Oct. 14-16 at The Patriot Golf Club (par-72, 6,121 yards) in Ninety Six.
The general difference in the football game at Bailey Memorial Stadium on Saturday – and it wasn’t much – was that Hampton, a first-time caller, could run the ball and Presbyterian could not.
The Woodlawn Ramblers Riding Club and the Whitten Center Parents’ Club are teaming up, once again, to host the annual Bub Lollis Fall Memorial Ride through the SCDDSN – Whitten Center facility.
Piedmont Technical College (PTC) is seeking thinkers, tinkerers and fixers for its Workforce Pathways Scholarship program, which offers tuition assistance for individuals who desire training in the high-demand fields of information technology, advanced manufacturing or health care.
BLACKVILLE – Laurens Academy quarterback Thomas Lowry threw six touchdown passes, but it was far from enough to prevent powerful Jefferson Davis Academy from running away in the second half of an 83-44 win over the Crusaders.
Laurens County Treasurer Cynthia Burke announced on Thursday that a team of field agents will be visiting all mobile homes in the county in order to gather critical data for ensuring all county departments operate more efficiently.
Led by Eric Newton, Clinton’s boys’ cross country team won the so-called “pre-region meet” in Region 3-3A, installing the Red Devils as a favorite when they host the official meet on Tuesday afternoon at 5.
Team Laurens County welcomed Dale Satterfield, the City of Clinton’s public works director, to the team at Tuesday night’s County Council meeting.
Hurricane Michael, widely described as a bowling ball by meteorological observers, had to settle for a spare in Laurens County on Thursday.
A week ago, not only were all the high school football teams of Laurens County playing at home; they were all observing Homecoming.
- CPW lends a helping hand
- Crusaders dominate region volleyball tournament
- Raider Band continues successful run
- Arrest Report for October 14
- Pumpkin Fest to be offered at Laurens, Clinton libraries
- LDHS to host meeting on athlete recruitment process
- Laurens County Sports Schedule for Oct. 14-20
- LCDSNB employee receives statewide honor
- Arrest Report for October 9
- Arrest Report for October 13
- Arrest Report for October 12
- Arrest Report for October 10
- Arrest Report for October 8
- LCSO seeks help from the public in finding suspect
- Arrest Report for October 11
- Arrest Report for October 14
- Jones honored in District 55's Alumni Spotlight
- Arrest Report for October 7