Mike Huey managed to turn back Tony Quarles’ best challenges to pick up the victory in the main event at Laurens County Speedway in Saturday night’s regular weekly program.
COLUMBIA – Young women from Laurens and one from Clinton are among the contestants later this month in the Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen pageants.
Dr. Austin Shull, assistant professor of biology at PC, was one of 10 professors in South Carolina to be recently awarded a South Carolina IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research (SC INBRE) 2019 Developmental Research Project Program award.
Allen Simmons, a former Clinton High and Furman University tennis standout, won the prestigious 2019 Atlanta City Open Southern Doubles Championship this past week in the “Open” Doubles division.
Presbyterian College women’s basketball coach Alaura Sharp announced the promotion of Brooke Rhodes to the position of associate head coach on Monday.
The American Legion Auxiliary’s Palmetto Girls State program culminated with a parade through downtown Columbia and an inauguration at the State House on Friday, June 13.
ITHACA, N.Y. – Clinton Middle School’s Science Olympiad team, S.C. state champions 17 years in a row when one includes its Bell Street predecessor, finished 28th in a field of 60 at the 35th National Science Olympiad at Cornell University on May 31-June 1.
Monday, June 17 – football – Laurens at FCA camp, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, N.C.; baseball – Laurens at Little League (9-10) district tournament, Easley.
After two weeks of practice, the Clinton High School boys’ basketball team began its “summer season” with what head coach Eddie Romines described as “two very competitive games” against Airport and Swansea in the Mid-Carolina Shootout in Prosperity on June 14.
M. S. Bailey Child Development Center is home to the 4K program in Laurens School District 56. Stop by the school and register now for the few spaces still available for the 2019-2020 school year.
Counties are anything but just alike, and the guest speakers at Thursday evening’s Ten at the Top County Workshop, the 10th, came from Greenville, Spartanburg and Greenwood to tell the leaders here they can be what they want to be.
How do economically disadvantaged students begin to believe they can go to college? The Presbyterian College CHAMPS program plays a role.
While preparing for another season, the Clinton High School cross country team is again holding a canned-food drive to keep the shelves filled at the Open Door Christian Center.
The weather was cool and pleasant. Most of the fans wore T-shirts, old ones, because a dirt track is not a place for new clothes, especially white ones. Their heroes were not the ones who race on asphalt tracks on TV.
- Huey wins caution-free feature at LCS
- No new taxes in Laurens ... but no pay raises, either
- Rawl, Wilson, Burns preparing for Miss SC, Miss SC Teen pageants
- Arrest Report for June 18
- Grant enables PC professor to continue breast cancer research
- Laurens Minors wins opener in Little League district play
- Piedmont Tech alum transfers to Harvard
- Clinton native Allen Simmons wins prestigious doubles title
- Laurens County deputy saved by his daughter in flash fire
- Arrest Report for June 14
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- Burger King returning to Clinton
- Arrest Report for June 18
- Laurens' new Dollar General to hold Grand Opening on June 15
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